Arsenal’s Head of Youth Development officer Liam Brady has been discharged from hospital in Dublin following his health scare on Thursday morning.
Brady, 52, who is also the Republic of Ireland’s assistant manager, was taken to Beaumont Hospital early on Thursday morning after complaining of back and chest pains and was detained overnight for tests.
However, the FAI confirmed that he has now been released and will be on duty at the Barclays Premier League clash between Tottenham and Sunderland at White Hart Lane along with Giovanni Trapattoni’s other lieutenant, Marco Tardelli.
An FAI statement said:
“Republic of Ireland assistant team manager, Liam Brady, has been discharged from Beaumont hospital this afternoon following completion of his medical examinations.
“He has been given a clean bill of health and has told us he will return to work tomorrow, when he will travel to London to be at the Tottenham v Sunderland match with Marco Tardelli.”
The Arsenal Under 18’s campaign begins tomorrow with a game against Everton. Liam Brady won’t be at the match but he, just like you, can be sure to follow all the post-match action over at our good friends Young Guns.