Mabbutt recovers from op – Leave your messages of support

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Former Tottenham captain Gary Mabbutt is recovering in hospital following emergency surgery.

The legendary Spurs defender was rushed to Kings College Hospital in London after suffering a circulation blockage in his left leg.

He will spend the next two weeks in hospital under observation as he recovers from the operation.  He was a rock in the heart of our defence for many years and lifted the 1990 FA Cup as our captain.

Mabbutt made 482 appearances for Spurs in a 16-year spell at White Hart Lane.

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  1. Gary I have watched your career for many years and you were a brilliant Captain and I have supported Spurs for over 50yrs.I just want to say I hope you make a speedy recovery and are back on your feet as soon as possible and you are a credit to all Diabetic sufferers.God speed.

  2. Gary. Sorry to hear about your ill health. Spurs supporter over 70 years and wish you a speedy recovery. Get well soon. Keith

  3. Dear Gary
    As a Spurs supporter a family man and a human being I join millions of Spurs and soccer lovers in wishing you a speedy recovery . You are a legend , a hero for millions and a South African through love.
    Get well soon .
    Evan Mantzaris , Cape Town

  4. Get well soon Gary,
    Proud to be a Spur who watched your stewardship of our club. Prouder to have you as our Captain. When the legends medals are handed out you will be among the first. All the very best Captain. #COYS

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