Manchester United announces that leaving the intensive care unit is still required for hospitalization and rehabilitation.

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 Manchester United announces that leaving the intensive care unit is still required for hospitalization and rehabilitation.


His family received a lot of support and blessings, Manchester United said. But I hope that people still respect the patients privacy, which is very important for the next stage of the Jazz recovery. The support and blessing of people from all walks of life have been deeply touched by Sir Fergusons family, but they still want to keep privacy on this matter, which is particularly important for Sir Fergusons subsequent treatment and rehabilitation. 4 days after Fergusons brain haemorrhage, fans around the world have been waiting for good news. According to the daily mirror of the British media, Fergusons illness was not a common brain haemorrhage, but a subarachnoid hemorrhage. It is worth mentioning that the first thing Ferguson wakes up after the operation is to ask his son Darren Fergusons teams performance, and his consciousness is still very sober. In addition, at Manchester Uniteds pre match press conference today, manager Mourinho first mentioned Ferguson. He said, Fergusons family asked for some privacy, and I would also be respectful. And we will continue to move in a positive direction. In addition, Mourinho also revealed an important news, Manchester Uniteds last home game against Waterford, Carrick will wear the captains armband to start the game. He will also retire after the season and join the Manchester United coaching team. And the Aberdeen team, which was previously taught by Ferguson, in the game against the rovers at home tonight, the fans on the stands also hung up the banner of the early Lord of the Jazz, full of warmth. Source: NetEase sports writer: Eleven person responsible editor: Yi Lin _NBJ9953 And the Aberdeen team, which was previously taught by Ferguson, in the game against the rovers at home tonight, the fans on the stands also hung up the banner of the early Lord of the Jazz, full of warmth.