Graham Roberts has confirmed on Twitter that former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Micky Hazard has ‘the virus’ in reference to COVID-19.
The club yesterday revealed on social media that Hazard had been in hospital but had been released and is now recovering at home from illness.
The 60-year-old who still represents the club as an ambassador on match days is known for his passion for the North London club and regularly interacts with supporters on his Twitter account.
— The Spurs Web ⚪️ (@thespursweb) April 4, 2020
Hazard joined Spurs from his home town of Sunderland to join as schoolboy in 1976. He signed professional forms two years later and was part of the 1982 FA Cup and 1984 UEFA Cup-winning teams. He played 170 times for us in two spells, 1980-85 and 1994. (transfermarkt).
The former midfielder was one of the first players to grace the playing surface of the brand new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when he was included in the Spurs Legends side that faced their Inter Milan counterparts in North London last year (Football.London).
We would like to send our best wishes to Micky and wish him a speedy recovery.
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