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Ex-Arsenal star hospitalized after collapsing and spending 10 minutes unconscious – Mirror Online

Former Arsenal star Jeff Reine-Adelaide was struck in the face by a ball during a game for RWD Molenbeek against Charleroi in Belgium’s Jupiler Pro League. The impact left him unconscious for 10 minutes and he was rushed to the hospital.

Despite concerns of a brain hemorrhage, he shared a positive update on social media, thanking everyone for their support. The winger was hit at point-blank range and collapsed, receiving immediate treatment from medics.

The game continued despite his departure, with Molenbeek ultimately losing 3-1. Reine-Adelaide, who previously played for Arsenal and Angers, shared reflections on his career and experiences, expressing his fond memories from his time at Arsenal and his growth as a player at Lyon.

He also touched upon the challenges he faced during his time at Arsenal, acknowledging the support and advice he received from experienced players. Reine-Adelaide expressed his maturity and willingness to guide younger players in his current team, emphasizing the continuous learning and growth in football.

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