Tottenham Hotspur legend Glenn Hoddle is “responding well” to treatment after being taken to hospital on Saturday.
He was reportedly in a serious condition as he was rushed in for treatment.
The former Spurs player and manager collapsed while working at BT Sport on Saturday morning.
BT took the decision to cancel their ‘Score’ show after Hoddle fell ill.
It was Glenn’s 61st birthday on Saturday.
Hoddle is still Tottenham’s most capped England player, earning 44 appearances while on Spurs’ books.
He was capped 53 times in total, as well as earning almost 500 appearances for Tottenham.
His managerial career took him to Swindon, Chelsea, England and Southampton before returning to Spurs at the helm.
Best wishes to Glenn and his family.
Some former Spurs players reacted on Twitter.
OMG just seen the news about my hero, my thoughts and prayers are with you @GlennHoddle. In shock and waiting for more news, come on Ghod get those magic feet moving the football world is with you every step of the way #Hod #Hero #Genius #61Today #FIGHT #LOVEYA XXX
— Micky Hazard (@1MickyHazard) October 27, 2018
Get well soon Glenn our thoughts are with you.
— Chris Waddle (@chriswaddle93) October 27, 2018
Thinking of the greatest player I have ever played with we know you will be fine Glenn ?thinking of you mate x @GlennHoddle
— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) October 27, 2018
Chris Hughton on Hoddle: Glenn’s somebody I’ve known from the age of 12 or 13. He was a schoolboy when I was there and he was the star player we all looked up to and could never get near. I worked under him when he was manager, so certainly my thoughts and prayers are with him."
— Paul Hayward (@_PaulHayward) October 27, 2018
Worrying news about Glenn let’s all hope and pray it’s not to serious and he’s up and about ASAP God bless him. X
— Paul Miller (@PaulMaxiMiller) October 27, 2018
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