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.

See tonight's Evening Star for more on this story.


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