Man United & # 39; OVERDOSE & # 39; shock: United backroom employee in the 50s is & # 39; stable & # 39; after being brought to the hospital ward in Australia on the eve of the club's first game prior to the season
- Male United backroom team member recovers in hospital after & # 39; overdose & # 39;
- A man in his fifties was rushed to the hospital from the team's hotel in Perth, Australia
- Reports in Australia claim that the male is now in a stable state
- United are on pre-season tour and are scheduled to play Perth Glory on Saturday
A member of the Manchester United back room team in his fifties is & # 39; in a stable state & # 39; and was rushed to the hospital after a suspected overdose at the club hotel in Perth.
United, currently on a pre-season tour of Australia, confirmed that a member of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's staff is receiving medical treatment at the hospital through a statement.
Australian news channel 9 News have reported that a man in his fifties was brought by an ambulance to Royal Perth Hospital from the Crown Towers hotel, where the United squadron is located.
A member of the Manchester United back room team in his & # 39; 50's stay in the hospital after a suspected overdose at their hotel during the pre-season tour in Australia. (Not shown)
The luxury Crown Towers hotel in Perth, where United stays during their pre-season tour
Further reports in Australia have emerged stating that the man is now stable, although the Royal Perth Hospital does not yet have to officially confirm his condition.
It remains unclear whether the suspected overdose of the man is the result of an unauthorized substance, prescribed medication or a medical condition.
Solskjaer's & # 39; s side arrived in Perth for the start of their pre-season tour on Monday and organized an open training session on Thursday evening at the WACA.
Reports in Australia claim that the man was rushed to Royal Perth Hospital and is now stable
A club spokesperson confirmed later that evening that a member of the back room team of United, currently unknown, was admitted to hospital after becoming ill.
The statement was: & # 39; A member of our back room staff became & # 39; sick at night and was taken to the hospital by our club doctor for further treatment.
& # 39; We request that medical confidentiality be respected. & # 39;
United takes on Perth on the local side of Perth Glory at Optus Stadium in a friendly city and then looks at Leeds before the tour continues to Singapore and China.
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