We'll start with the good news. Fernando Torres has been discharged from hospital this morning after suffering a hefty head injury during Atletico Madrid's 1-1 draw against Deportivo la Coruna last night.
Torres was left motionless on the turf after colliding with Alex Bergantinos and plummeting face-first into the ground.
As you may have heard, one of the stewards at Stamford Bridge had to be taken to hospital after suffering an injury, believed to be a twisted knee, in the aftermath of Javier Hernandez's winning goal on Sunday an incident that was first believed to be tied in with the objects visibly being pelted at the Mexican striker as he celebrated in the corner of the pitch.
According to reports out of England, Chelsea striker Diego Costa has been battling an illness that forced him to spend time in the hospital after returning from international duty with Spain.
Costa had already been struggling with a recurring groin injury, but it has now surfaced that the former Atletico Madrid striker has also been suffering from a 'stomach illness' which had him sent to the hospital.
A cheerful Pele left hospital on Tuesday after a month of treatment for kidney stones and a urinary tract infection, joking that he was fit again and preparing to play for Brazil in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The 74-year-old three-time World Cup winner spent 16 days at the Albert Einstein Hospital in Sao Paulo after being diagnosed with an infection that stemmed from an operation to remove kidney stones but, having left semi-intensive care over the weekend, he is now feeling "recovered".
The Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna suffered a bad case of concussion when he crashed into Wojciech
Szczesny during the Carling Cup match against Ipswich at the Emirates yesterday. Arsene Wenger said
after the game: "Sagna had a concussion," "He has to go to hospital, he was sick after the game. He
has pain at his nose [.
The gang in Great Ormond street hospital are amazing at dreaming up new ways of getting some really
well deserved Â£Â£Â£ The Gunners are Arsenal are even more amazing at helping out! The latest to
help out is a 10 Lap run of the Emirates Stadium 6.4K and many of the Arsenal guys [...]
This coming season promises to be the most exciting in years. Of course, every coming season
promises to be the most exciting in years. This is one of the many truisms of English Football.
Last season we gaped open mouthed as Manchester City clumsily wooed Global Franchise Entities with
the promise of dreams and Ferrero Rocher.
Arsenal left-back Gael Clichy has NOT broken his leg during this evening's Premier League win over
Bolton Wanderers after the official website confirmed that the Frenchman only suffered "shin
bruising". The 22-year-old had be taken to hospital following a challenge from Trotters
striker Kevin Davies, who was booked for the tackle, and Cesc Fabregas claimed after [.
The curse of International games struck games as Dirk Kuyt picked up an ankle injury in the 27th
minute of Holland's 4-1 win over Sweden, the forward is reported to have since been taken to
hospital for further evaluation.
Liverpool centre half Daniel Agger was also forced off with injury, as Denmark won 2-0 against
Cyprus to close the gap on group leaders Norway to 3 points.
If you haven't heard the news yet, Liverpool's inspirational leader and talisman Steven Gerrard has
today been arrested over an alleged bar brawl. Gerrard was arrested in the wee hours of Monday
morning with five other men as they were leaving a bar in Stockport. The victim, Merseyside police
said, was taken to the hospital due to non-life threatening facial injuries.
Nemanja Vidic has been released from hospital after he was admitted on Sunday after colliding with David De Gea during their league game against Arsenal at Old Trafford. At first, the clash looked terrible because it was a head injury. Moreover, Vida looked dazed when he left the field in the 45th minure and did not re-emerge after the interval.
Didier Drogba and Orduspor's David Barral had a nasty clash of heads during Galatasaray's 4-2 win on Monday. The two players were going for the ball on a Galatasray corner kick and though both were laid out by the collision, it quickly became clear that Barral got the worst of it.
The Turkish striker, who momentarily lost consciousness, was put on a stretcher and taken to a hospital, but Drogba turned out to be OK.
Kenny Morgans, a survivor from the Munich Air Disaster, sadly passed away this evening. He was taken ill on Saturday night and later passed away in hospital.
Morgans signed for United upon leaving school when he was 16-years-old and played on the right wing for the youth team. After making his debut when he was 18 he replaced Johnny Berry as United's first choice right winger.
The crew at Great Ormond Street Hospital are putting together a team for their Facebook fans and
really want to encourage people to either support them by donating or by joining the team! Every
year they need to raise over Â£50 million to help replace cramped wards with new modern facilities,
provide essential equipment and [.
Antonio Cassano has reinvented himself. Not only has he changed his physical approach by losing
weight, he has changed his mental approach too, becoming not only more mature, but also a leader.
He is now someone who visits hospitals and gives signed shirts to sick children. He is now someone
who can carry a team on his back, provide assists for his teammates, and entertain the crowd.