GLENN HODDLE was rushed to hospital on Saturday as he collapsed at the BT Sport studio with a heart attack just seconds after playing keepy-uppy live on TV.
The football world united in paying tribute to England’s former boss and wishing him a speedy recovery.
What is the latest update on Glenn Hoddle’s condition?
There has been a positive update on Glenn Hoddle on Monday morning as it was revealed the Spurs and Chelsea legend is out of intensive care and talking to his family.
A source told The Sun that the former midfielder has no recollection of collapsing.
Glenn Hoddle’s spokesman said on Sunday he remained in serious condition after being given the kiss of life.
Hod was left fighting for his life after suffering a heart attack at the BT Sport studio.
The legendary former England player and manager was airlifted to hospital on a day where he should have been celebrating his 61st birthday.
He was seen falling backwards by staff at BT just two minutes after a game of keepy-uppy on live TV.
An onlooker said: “We thought Glenn had died.”
Other staff suggested his face turned blue and his head cracked as it hit the floor.
Hoddle was given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation until paramedics arrived with staff fearing the worst after being unable to find a pulse.
Once medics arrived, he was taken to hospital for emergency surgery.
A source close to the former England manager said: “His arteries were 99 per cent damaged. It was an accident waiting to happen.”
And his spokesman added: “He is currently receiving specialist treatment and responding well. Glenn’s family are with him and would like to thank everyone that has sent their support.”
One onlooker told The Sun on Sunday: “He was dead in their arms. We thought Glenn had died in the studio there and then. It was so shocking and chilling.
“For a split-second people thought it was some kind of joke, then witnesses froze in panic as reality gripped and we feared he’d gone.
“A studio worker leapt in to bravely try and pull Glenn back from the brink of death. He was attributed with bringing him back to life. This was all moments from happening live on air with cameras still rolling.
“It was the last thing to expect and couldn’t have been more serious.”