Cameroon’s Ex-Captain, Rigobert Song Hospitalise after Reportedly Suffering a Stroke

 Rigobert Song

Former Cameroonian international Rigobert Song, 40years old is critically ill in hospital after suffering a severe stroke.

He was a member of the Cameroon national team between 1993 and 2010. Known for his defensive skills, Song usually plays as a centre back.

The father of four was at his home in the Odza district of the Cameroonian city when he suffered the stroke.

Song, who currently serves as head coach of Chad’s national team, was also a former captain of the cameroonian national football team.

Song, who played for West Ham and Liverpool,  was raced to hospital in Yaounde, Cameroon, yesterday with a brain aneurysm.

He was rushed to hospital in a critical condition.

Jamie Carragher also showed his support for the star, tweeting: “Hope everything ends up ok for #rigobertsong.”

Ex-Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler said in a tweet: “Thoughts with #RigobertSong and family… Hope he pulls through”, while former Cameroon striker Samuel Eto’o wrote: “I wish you a lot of courage and to get well soon, big bro.”


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