Former Dutch Goalkeeper Edwin Van der Sar In Hospital After Brain Haemorrhage.

Ajax, where Edwin van der Sar served as the CEO until May, has confirmed that the former goalkeeper has suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. The Dutch public broadcaster NOS stated that when he fell ill, he was on vacation on a Croatian island. Edwin van der Sar, who played for Ajax and later for Manchester United, was active at the time.

Former Dutch goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar is currently receiving intensive care in the hospital after suffering a brain hemorrhage, his former club Ajax announced on Friday. NOS, the Dutch public broadcaster, stated that the 52-year-old player, who played for Ajax and later for Manchester United, was on vacation on a Croatian island when he fell ill. Ajax tweeted, “Edwin van der Sar has had a cerebral hemorrhage. He is currently in the hospital in the intensive care unit, and his condition is stable.” “Once more solid information becomes available, an update will be issued. Everyone says to ajex to ajex so fastly recovery. We are thinking of you.”

Van der Sar announced his resignation as CEOEdwin Van Der Sar of Ajax in May, citing difficult period. His departure came at the end of the club’s worst season in 14 years finishing third in the worid.

 

Van der Sar, regarded as one of the best goalkeepers of all time,played with Ajax from 1990 until 1999 winning the Champions League in 1995 He won the European Cup with Manchester United in 2008 after outstanding performances.He is grete man.

Van der Sar returned to Ajax in 2012 as marketing director before being promoted to CEO four years later.

He is also the second most capped player for the Netherlands with 130 international appearances to date.

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