- South African soccer player Zakhele Lepasa recently headed to Twitter to say that he is recovering from his sports injury
- Taking to the app, the Orlando Pirates player shared a picture of himself using crutches to help himself stand
- His followers were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts with the young player, many of them wishing him a speedy recovering
South African Orlando Pirates player Zakhele Lepasa shared a photo of himself recovering from a recent injury. The young player has been sitting out of the game after having received the injury that left him with a broken leg.
There seems to be some light at the end of the tunnel however as it seems he is in higher spirits and recovering. Taking to Twitter, the young man shared a photograph of himself using crutches to help stand. He captioned the picture of himself:
"Slowly getting there."
Soon his fans and followers were in the comment section sharing well wishes and messages of support with the Orlando Pirates player. Read a few of their comments below.
"Get well soon and bring some more magic"
"Eish, I got a feeling this injury was caused on purpose by a club we're playing with next week via brown envelope."
"Are you referring to your leg or the house, I'm confused."
"Will definitely come through to check up on you."
"Sundowns fans are relieved seeing this."
"Get well Champ... I miss watching you ndoda."
In other Briefly.co.za sports news, Pitso Mosimane is so quick he's even fast asleep. That's the vibe people got when they heard that the former Mamelodi Sundowns and now the head coach of Egypt's Al Ahly club had bagged the Most Successful Coach award.
He has had a fire season with the Egyptian outfit since joining them and has already raised eyebrows with his stunning performance. Even in the hospital, he is winning, he tested positive for Covid-19 and spent Christmas in hospital. He had tested positive for the virus last week.
Under Mosimane the Egyptian club has won their first CAF championship in seven years, they won the Egyptian Premier League, Mosimane was a bit late to the party for this one as the club had essentially bagged the cup already.
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