Manchester United’s coach, Mark Dempsey is “in a stable condition” after being rushed to the Royal Perth Hospital, as per reports.
The 55-year old reportedly fell in at the Crown’s Tower hotel where the squad stays and was carried out with a sheet of cloth over his head. He reportedly took ill due to lack of sleep and the intensity of training being undergone by Ole’s men in Perth.
His wife has however told The Sun that Dempsey is now in a stable condition.
“So, everything is fine,” said Susan Dempsey. “I’ve just spoken to him now. He’s still in hospital, but maybe he’ll be released in the morning.”
“They are keeping him for observation.”
Dempsey is believed to be a trusted member of manager, Ole Gunnar Solksjær’s coaching staff, having worked together with him at Cardiff and Molde.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, in an interview after United’s 2-0 win over Perth Glory, revealed:
“Mark has been assessed and he’s been discharged.
“I’ve been to see him and we agreed it’s best if he goes home and we’ll see him when we get back.”
Meanwhile, Manchester United also released a statement:
“Due to the intensity of the Tour schedule we have decided together it’s best for him to return home.”
Credits: The Sun
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