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Nazier Jacobs of Polokwane City during the Absa Premiership match between Bidvest Wits and Polokwane City at the Bidvest Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa on January 22, 2016 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

Nazier Jacobs in his final phase of recovery

Polokwane City central Midfielder, Nazier “Kaka” Jacobs has been through a roller coaster of a year, but things are slowly falling back into place for the maestro in the midfield.

After signing his first professional contract with “Rise and Shine” his dim star took alight and he passed his way into the hearts of South African football fans. After a tough debut game Nazier shifted gears and earned the trust of his coaches and chairman, Jonny Mogaladi.

Shockingly on the evening of the 26th of February, Nazier was involved in a frightening car crash which was reported to have left him in a critical condition. Nazier received the best care possible from a private hospital in the province of Limpopo and was said to be in a critical but manageable state.

“The club would like to thank the staff, players, family and supporters for all the overwhelming supports Kaka has received. Nazier would also like to express his gratitude to the his team, Polokwane City, the medical team that brought him through the initial nightmare, and his family and friends for all the support they afforded him. “Lastly but most importantly i want to thank God for bringing me this far and also my praying mother for always pushing me.”

Kaka is back on the training field, getting put through his paces with Rise and Shine’s coach, Luc Eymael, but still awaits final clearance from the medical team to be available for match day selection.

We wait patiently for you to pick up were you left off.

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- November 17, 2016