Hull City midfielder Ryan Mason has been discharged from St Mary’s Hospital after fracturing his skull against Chelsea.
An official Tigers‘ statement read:
“The club is delighted to report that Ryan Mason has been discharged from St Mary’s Hospital in London.
“Ryan will now continue his recovery and early stages of rehabilitation at home and the Club would once again like to place on record its thanks to everybody who has been involved in Ryan’s care so far.
“Just over a week on from the horrific clash of heads that left the midfielder with a fractured skull, the Club’s medical staff have also thanked the football world, and beyond, for their tremendous messages of support received in the aftermath of the incident.
“Club Doctor Mark Waller, Head of Medical Rob Price and First Team Physio Alan Peacham were the first to treat Ryan on the field and were quick to praise the wider team involved in safely transporting the midfielder to hospital.
“However, the trio have since been overwhelmed by the offers of help and support that have come in from the medical profession, their counterparts at other clubs and the wider world, and have moved to thank everybody who has been in contact.”