Versatile utility player Godknows Murwira underwent a successful operation of his troublesome knee at a local hospital and was discharged yesterday.
The developments will certainly cheer the Dynamos family as the club went out of its way to fund the whole process
Murwira, who injured his knee late last year before the injury worsened during pre-season, went under the knife on Friday and will now need between six to eight weeks to fully recover.
The 26-year-old on-loan Murwira had been ruled out for the first half of the 2020 Premiership season.
However, the beginning of the competition was shelved due to the coronavirus and chances are now high the midfielder will be fit by the time the league kicks off.
ZIFA have set August/September as tentative kick-off dates.
With Murwira now on the path to recovery, the Harare giants’ camp was in high spirits yesterday.
“We are glad to announce that our player Godknows Murwira has been released from hospital after undergoing a successful knee operation,” Dynamos spokesperson Tinashe Farawo said yesterday
“The doctors are saying it will take at least six weeks for him to recover and we are hoping for the best.”
The Dynamos Executive led by banker Isaiah Mupfurutsa have brought a wholesome professional touch to the Harare giants, previously notorious for neglecting injured players.
A few days ago, Mupfurutsa had promised that they had booked Murwira for a knee operation at a local hospital.
True to their word, the process has been done.
Only recently, the club took full responsiblity for captain Partson Jaure’s medical expenses after he was injured in a road accident in March.