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08 Aug 2012
STOKE CITY DEFENDER ROBERT HUTH HAS SUSPECTED MENINGITIS

Stoke City defender Robert Huth is suffering from suspected meningitis and undergoing tests in hospital.

Huth, 27, was sent to hospital after initially being diagnosed with a virus while at the club's training ground earlier this week.

"He was clearly not well," said manager Tony Pulis. "We're just hoping he will be OK and it's not too serious."

The Germany international defender was ruled out of Stoke's pre-season games against Torquay and Yeovil Town.

Pulis added: "It's a major concern so close to the start of the new season because Huthy is such an important figure for us.

"It takes a lot to knock him back, and we will hopefully have the results of the tests on him on Wednesday."

Huth won two Premier League titles with Chelsea before moving to Middlesbrough in 2006 and later joined Stoke three years ago for a fee of about £5m.

He was named the club's player of the year and helped the Potters reach the FA Cup final in 2011.

Stoke begin their Premier League campaign at promoted Reading on 18 August.

Source: bbc.co.uk

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