Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Micky Hazard has taken to Twitter for the first time since being released from hospital.
Spurs announced on Friday via their Twitter account that the 60-year-old had been in hospital and is now recovering from home after an illness.
His former team mate, Graham Roberts who lined up in the same Spurs side which lifted the UEFA Cup in 1984 confirmed that his friend had been laid low by ‘the virus’, in reference to COVID-19.
Hazard thanked all of those who had wished him well in what he admitted was a very worrying time for himself.
Hi All hope you’re all doing well. Just want to thank each and everyone of you for the messages of Love and support, trust me they were much appreciated at a very worrying time.We will get through this I’ve no doubt and we will get through it together. Love you all STAY SAFE XXXX
— Micky Hazard (@1MickyHazard) April 5, 2020
The coronavirus has seen 4,934 people already lose their lives in the UK during the pandemic with the Government’s chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance warning that the pandemic is likely to get worse over the next couple of weeks (Metro).
Tottenham have not taken to the field since suffering a 3-0 defeat at RB Leipzig in the Champions League on March 10th.
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