Sir Alex Ferguson rushed to hospital following subarachnoid brain haemorrhage


CAPE TOWN, May 6 (ANA) – Legendary former Manchester United football manager Sir Alex Ferguson has undergone surgery for a brain haemorrhage after being rushed to hospital amid fears for his health on Saturday, the UK MailOnline reported.

The 76-year-old suffered a fall at his Cheshire home as a result, and was quickly taken via an ambulance to Macclesfield district hospital, it reported.

The Scotsman was subsequently transferred, with a police escort, to be treated at the Salford Royal where he underwent surgery and now remains in intensive care, the MailOnline reported.

– African News Agency (ANA)