Some good news has surfaced this morning that all Chelsea fans will be very thankful to hear.
After weeks in intensive care suffering with a host of issues, Chelsea’s first ever black player Paul Canoville is now off the critical list and on the long road to recovery, according to the players charity foundation.
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GOOD NEWS: After weeks in ICU Paul is off the critical list. He’s facing a long road to full recovery but has started that journey.Huge thanks to awesome NHS staff! Get well cards now gratefully accepted at Chelsea & Westminster hospital SW10 by post 💙 #TeamCanners @ChelseaFc pic.twitter.com/KNKsE4VOUM
— Paul Canoville Foundation (@_PCFoundation) February 22, 2021
Paul has been suffering for weeks in Westminster Hospital after complications from an operation. We have been having regular updates on his condition from the foundation, and it was very pleasing to hear the latest on Chelsea’s beloved former winger.
Canoville battled a lot of hardship in his career, including vast racism in the game during the 80s, and he went on the become a cult hero at our club and still does a lot of work within the academy here now with young players.
It will be great to eventually see him back to doing what he loves to do in the beautiful game he loves so much.