Former Newcastle United goalkeeper and current academy director, Steve Harper, is making a positive recovery in the hospital following a subarachnoid haemorrhage, a rare type of stroke resulting from bleeding on the brain’s surface.
In an official statement, the club expressed their relief that the 48-year-old Harper is now awake and progressing well under medical care after falling ill on Monday. The club also extended heartfelt gratitude to the NHS staff for their exceptional care.
Steve Harper holds the distinction of being the longest-serving player in Newcastle’s history, dedicating two decades to the club from 1993 to 2013. Subsequently, he assumed the role of goalkeeper coach at the academy and contributed to the first team before taking on the position of full-time academy director in 2021.
Newcastle United emphasized their unwavering support for Steve during his recovery and conveyed their best wishes to him and his family during this period of recuperation.
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