Cape Town - Former Bafana Bafana captain Neil Tovey confirmed that he is "feeling much better" after suffering a series of heart attacks.
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Tovey suffered the first, of three, heart attack while playing squash with a friend in Durban. Tovey was then quickly rushed to a local hospital where, under the care of his medical team, Tovey suffered two further heart attacks.
Tovey took to Twitter to thank concerned fans for their support:
Tovey is expected to be moved out of the ICU ward "in the next day or so".
With football clearly still on his mind, the 52-year-old legend of South African football, retweeted a message of support for the Amajimbos after they qualified for the African Youth Championship final by beating Nigeria 1-0 on Wednesday.
Tovey won over 50 caps for the national side and was as a star for Kaizer Chiefs from 1990-1999.
He later coached numerous PSL sides after retiring from the playing arena, including Mamelodi Sundowns, AmaZulu and Black Aces.
Tovey currently works as a commentator and TV analyst for SuperSport
This news comes after reports earlier this week that John "Shoes" Moshoeu is fighting for his life in Johannesburg hospital.
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