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Bernard Parker Spotted Training for First Time Since Horror Injury Against Sundowns, Video
- Bernard Parker has shared the latest update on his recovery on social media
- The TS Galaxy star was spotted working out for the first time since his injury
- The veteran's training video drew a lot of reactions from fans on social media
TS Galaxy midfielder, Bernard Parker was spotted in training for the first time since his horror injury against Mamelodi Sundowns in the Carling Knockout Cup.
The veteran South African midfielder suffered a leg break after a horror tackle by Bongani Zungu in the competition's quarter-final fixture against Mamelodi Sundowns.
The 37-year-old has since given a positive update on his recovery and was also seen in training for the first time since the unfortunate event.
Parker's training video stirred different reactions from fans, many of whom were surprised to see how fast his recovery was progressing.
Fans react to Parker's training montage
"That was very quick! It’s very good see him able to walk again and more determined to come back too. A good professional."
"The man’s discipline n commitment is on another level. Khosi should have kept this guy…I Salud him"
"I hope he is not rushing the healing process"
"I need this man to tell us which Dr he went to coz Thiago Alcantara needs to get the Dr soon"
"I hope South African players are watching this Professional mentality of being discipline and dedicated even if a player if injured body weight must always be at an optimal level….. Well döne for being an example even towards to end of your journey 🙏🙏🙏👌👌👌"
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Mokwena defends Zungu over Parker tackle
Sports Brief also recently reported on Rulani Mokwena's comments after Parker's horror injury.
The Sundowns coach did not condone the tackle but claimed fans' reactions were disappointing.
Mokwena relayed how Zungu, who has since apologised to Parker, was 'abused' on social media.