Injured star Bernard Parker delivers good news from the hospital

Since then, many fans, family and fellow players have visited him, wishing him a speedy recovery.

The worst news fans expected was that he would not play again, but here is the good news.

Parker is looking fine and told the fans he would be back on the field soon.


Sharing on his Instagram, he looked happy and confident that the future would be exciting.

He, however, did not have many words to caption his video as he said it all out.

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The talented midfielder was sitting on his bed, and he had a smile on his face, and fans loved it.

He thanked all the fans, players, family and his club, TS Galaxy, for the love they showed him in the past few days.

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He also thanked fellow player Mbunjana for the man-of-the-match performance that made them go through in the tournament.

Parker thanked other clubs, like his former Kaizer Chiefs, who wished him well.

Generally, his video was a message of hope to fans, assuring them he would return soon.

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After the TS Galaxy star shared his video in hospital, many fans loved it and continued wishing him well.

“U are a Lion ..U didn’t cry Like a Baby But held the pain like a Man❤️”

“Speedy recovery, Die Hond. Sending positive vibes, my brother…”

“Speed recovery lion 😢😢get well soon an back to where u belong 👏”

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“With God everything is possible ❤️Get well soon 🔥 keep the smile up🔥”

“Pure soul, humble man, dedicated player, and loving father. ❤️ you are a good example of Ubuntu and you deserve all what you have achieved , your situation now is just another experience and new way of life.Die hond🙌”

“🔥🔥🔥 get well soon our legend god is with u hope to see u in the pitch again”

“Wishing you a speedy recovery man 🙏🏾….from the Buccaneers