Sir Bobby suffers 'surgery reaction'

LEGENDARY football manger Sir Bobby Robson has suffered a temporary loss of movement in his left arm and leg in a reaction to the brain tumour surgery he underwent last week, it has emerged.

LEGENDARY football manger Sir Bobby Robson has suffered a temporary loss of movement in his left arm and leg in a reaction to the brain tumour surgery he underwent last week, it has emerged.

A spokeswoman for the former Ipswich Town and England chief last night said he was in “good spirits” but would remain in hospital to undergo physiotherapy.

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