Glenn Hoddle’s family say they have been overwhelmed by messages of support from Tottenham supporters after he suffered a heart attack at the weekend.
The former England boss, who spent 12 years as a player at Spurs and also managed the London club, collapsed at BT Sport studios on Saturday morning.
On Sunday, a spokesman for Hoddle said he remained “in a serious condition” but was responding well to treatment.
Reports emerged on Monday that he had been moved out of intensive care and was able to talk to his family.
Tottenham tweeted a family statement on their official Twitter account at half-time of their clash with Manchester City at Wembley on Monday evening.
It read: “Glenn and his family are overwhelmed by the best wishes sent from Tottenham Hotspur staff, players, ex-players and most importantly all our tremendous supporters since he was taken ill on Saturday.
"…It has been a huge comfort to have your support and memories to lift us all at such a difficult time, so thank you. Let's hope for a win tonight to make Hod smile. COYS"
“It has been a huge comfort to have your support and memories to lift us all at such a difficult time, so thank you. Let’s hope for a win tonight to make Hod smile. COYS.”
Tottenham’s four-match winning run was ended by City, who ran out 1-0 winners at Wembley after an early first-half strike by Riyad Mahrez.
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