Van der Sar leaves ICU Hope to recuperate at home next week

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Former Windmill goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar has left the intensive care unit but remains in hospital. After having a brain hemorrhage, he hopes to return home next week.

Edwin van der Sar, the famous former goalkeeper of Manchester United and the Netherlands  national team , informed the good news that His condition improved until doctors allowed him to leave the intensive care unit ( ICU) after he suffered a brain hemorrhage and had to be taken to a hospital in Split, Croatia . During a vacation with family Since last Friday, July 7th

Van der Sar leaves ICU Hope to recuperate at home next week

Earlier, his wife , Anne-Marie , who was closely watching the patient, revealed the progress. Her husband’s condition stabilized. Not fatal and has a positive signal because while visiting Former Dutch defenseman will try to communicate. Until being able to move the hospital back to the Netherlands three days ago. But still have to stay in the ICU to wait and see further symptoms

Recently,   Van der Sar has come out to update the latest symptoms. By posting a message via his own Twitter, stating, “I’m happy to tell everyone that I am no longer in the intensive care unit (ICU). However, I continue to stay in the hospital. I hope to be able to go home next week and take the next steps in my recovery.”

For the 52-year-old former goalkeeper. He went through the post with many famous clubs in European leagues. Starting with Ajax Amsterdam, the team in his hometown league. Along with winning many trophies in a nine-year period before moving to Juventus in 1999. Then playing for Fulham and United in the English league. Making 266 appearances for the Red Devils helping the team win four Premier League titles and the UEFA Champions League in 2008.

After hanging up his gloves, he stepped up to work in the management department of The ทางเข้า ufabet team of the capital Amsterdam in 2012 until announcing farewell to act recently. After playing the role for more than 11 years, giving reasons for wanting to rest but it is expected because want to take responsibility Following the club’s poor performance, finishing third in the Eredivisie League, the Netherlands failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League for the first time since 2009.