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Legend Brazil on Mend After Heart Problem
Monday, 13th Sep 2021 13:15

Blues legend Alan Brazil says he’s “on the mend” after a heart problem required hospital treatment.

The 62-year-old Scot says he hopes to be back on his talkSPORT radio show on Thursday.

Speaking in a video posted on Twitter, the former Scotland international said: “I’ve been away for a few weeks, but coming back. Had a little problem, whether it was Covid-related or whether it was fast living catching up with me, but I ended up in a couple of hospitals.

“I had little sort out in here, in the old ticker, but I'm pleased to say I'm on the mend and hopefully will be back on the radio Thursday/Friday.”

He added: “In London on Monday having a word with the specialist, Bart’s Hospital have been fantastic by the way, I’ve been in great hands there. All being well I’ll be back in Thursday.”

Glasgow-born Brazil joined the Blues as a youth player and went on to score 80 goals in 195 starts and 15 sub appearances from 1977 to 1983 and was a member of the 1981 UEFA Cup-winning squad before moving on to Tottenham Hotspur. He later featured for Manchester United, Coventry City and QPR.


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Cakeman added 13:25 - Sep 13
Great to hear he is recovering well.
What a player he was in the glory days.
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Elwood added 13:39 - Sep 13
Great player. Smashing chap. Get well soon.
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cressi added 13:43 - Sep 13
Think he drank Chris Evans to oblivion lol
Evans was warned not to have a night on it with Mr Brazil
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Marinersnose added 14:03 - Sep 13
Top player and top bloke. Such a fun guy.
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herobobby added 14:45 - Sep 13
Blokes a legend…….

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Cookycrew added 15:06 - Sep 13
Best wishes & speedy recovery Alan
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BlueFinn added 15:30 - Sep 13
Get well soon and take care of yourself. You are my all time favourite player in Ipswich. Sometimes I listen to Sports Breakfast too.
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DifferentGravy added 16:32 - Sep 13
Quality lefty, an ITFC proper legend. All the best to Alan
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monkeymagic added 16:36 - Sep 13
Had the pleasure of meeting him briefly a couple of times in The Anchor Inn and Milsoms, super friendly on both occasions. Top bloke and superb player, fingers crossed for a speedy and full recovery.
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raycrawfordswig added 16:39 - Sep 13
Take it easy Alan you are too young to leave us .
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TimmyH added 16:45 - Sep 13
Brrraaaaa-zzillllll here...glad to hear he's ok, couldn't bare another legend going so quickly after Mariner.
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rfretwell added 17:13 - Sep 13
Ohhh, I'm up in Felixstowe tomorrow, would have been great to see Alan on the prom. Speedy recovery mate.
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FreddySteady added 17:22 - Sep 13
Best one on one finisher I’ve ever seen.
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billys_boots added 17:38 - Sep 13
Used to see Brazil and the team running on Felixstowe beach for pre-season training. A great way to get fitness levels up and minimise injuries! Sometimes the old ways work best.
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billys_boots added 17:38 - Sep 13
Used to see Brazil and the team running on Felixstowe beach for pre-season training. A great way to get fitness levels up and minimise injuries! Sometimes the old ways work best.
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algarvefan added 18:54 - Sep 13
Get well soon matey, don't take chances, you only get one go at this life.
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waldenblue7 added 19:29 - Sep 13
Love this guy on the radio and as our former no 10. Ipswich legend, hope you’re sorted Big Al.
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64Townman added 08:47 - Sep 14
Get well soon Alan , when you are better you can take over from Paul Cook you can do a better job than he can

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therein61 added 17:11 - Sep 14
Get well soon big man you live life to the full but take care your system is giving you a warning.
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