CAPS United fan is battling for his life in hospital after falling head-first, into the ground from the bay that houses the club’s fans as they celebrated Dominic Chungwa’s goal. Speaking to The Herald, CAPS United director Farai Jere said that they were waiting for update from board member responsible for supporters Abraham Kawadza, who was at the hospital last night.
CAPS United board member, Dr Mordecai Sachikonye immediately rushed to the ambulance before the supporter left the stadium. Said Jere:
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He was bleeding and according to Dr Sachikonye he was suspected of having cracked a bone in the head and has head injuries. But the doctor believes he didn’t break his neck which might be a good thing. He was rushed to the hospital and our supporters representative escorted him to the hospital. Our board member, Kawadza, went to the hospital after the match, so we will have a full update on his condition later in the evening.
Dominic Chungwa is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays for CAPS United Football Club as a striker. Read More About Dominic Chungwa
Farai Jere is a Zimbabwean-born businessman and majority shareholder of popular local football club CAPS United Football Club, who are the 2016 Castle Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League champions. CAPS United won the title on 26 November 2016, at Ascot Stadium in Gweru after defeating Chapungu... Read More About Farai Jere