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Former Portuguese international Paul Futre was hospitalized this Sunday in Lisbon on suspicion of suffering a stroke after feeling unwell after his mother’s funeral, according to local media reports.

The former player of Atletico Madrid56, was taken to the Hospital of Barreiroon the south bank of the Tagus, and later transferred to the hospital of saint maryin Lisbon, informs the sports Record. Although a medical part of his ailment has not been offered, the former soccer player appeared on his social networks to reassure his followers.

“Friends, thank you all very much for your support. I’m going to continue giving war, there are still many games to play. A big hug,” he said on his Twitter account.

The ex-soccer player is fine, as he explains in the video that he has uploaded to his social networks. “They have shown me a yellow card, but not a red one,” the Portuguese joked. In addition, he has requested “pajamas with red and white stripes” during his admission to the hospital.

Futre, 41 caps with Portugalplayed in the Atlético de Madrid forward in two stages, one between 1987 and 1993 and another in 1997 and after retiring he also served as the club’s sports director.

He also played in the three “greats” of Portuguese football -Sporting, Porto and Benfica-, in Olympique de Marseille, Reggiana, Milan, West Ham and Yokohama Flügels.

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