Former Singapore national skipper Nazri Nasir has suffered a mild stroke after he was admitted to hospital on Wednesday (Dec 16) for a medical procedure.
This was revealed by the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) on Thursday in a Facebook post.
The post also asked that his privacy be respected as he recuperates in the hospital.
Nazri was a former Lions skipper and a former midfielder for the Lions.
He was a member of the 1994 Malaysia Cup and League double winning side and was also the skipper when the Lions lifted the 1998 Tiger Cup in Vietnam.
He also had a brief stint as caretaker coach of the national team and is the current national team assistant coach and is the current Young Lions coach.
Photo: Young Lions Facebook