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TS Galaxy striker Bernard Parker has been discharged from the hospital after undergoing surgery for a broken shin.

Bernard Parker
TS Galaxy veteran attacker Bernard Parker is leaving the hospital alongside the club’s owner, Tim Sukazi, after successful surgery.

The veteran player suffered a serious injury in a Carling Black Label Cup match against Mamelodi Sundowns on October 17, 2023.

Parker thanks fans for support

Parker took to Instagram to share a video of himself walking with crutches and a cast on his leg.

He thanked his fans, friends, family, and teammates for their support and prayers. He also expressed his gratitude to the medical staff who treated him.

“I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been supporting me, praying for me, sending me messages of encouragement. I really appreciate it,” Parker said in the video.

Parker also vowed to make a comeback to the field as soon as possible.

He said he was determined to recover and help his team achieve their goals.

“I’m looking forward to getting back on the pitch with my teammates and doing what I love.

“I’m not giving up, I’m not quitting, I’m going to fight until the end,” he added.

Bernard Parker Leaves Hospital 

After spending the last two days in the hospital, Parker was discharged on Saturday, the 21st of October.

Galaxy president, Tim Sukazi shared a video clip of himself driving Parker out of the hospital using a wheelchair.

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