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His dad was sure concerning his recuperation.
A Brazilian football player who survived a plane crash in Colombia on Monday is recuperating and might have the capacity to resume his profession, his dad says.
Helio Hermito Zampier Neto, a 31-year-old safeguard for Chapecoense, was in a steady condition, specialists said, after surgery on a lung, a knee, a wrist and his head.
Neto's dad, Helam, said on Facebook that news of his recuperation was giving the family "recharged trust and confidence''.
"My child is improving and better. He has recently experienced surgery on his leg and specialists say he will come back to football," he said.

"We might keep supplicating in light of the fact that regardless we require his release from healing center to see him intently." Doctors have likewise said 24-year-old goalkeeper Jakson Ragnar Follmann would not lose his left leg, subsequent to having his correct one cut off.
Guard Alan Ruschel, 27, had spinal surgery, however his developments were not influenced, they included.
Writer Rafael Henzel was recorded as steady.
A significant number of the casualties were players and staff of Chapecoense, who were because of play in the last of the Copa Sudamericana against Medellin group Atletico Nacional.

In the squad's main residence of Chapeco, in southern Brazil, transitory structures have been set up in the football stadium for an outside wake on Saturday

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