Good news is coming from medics for all the fans of former St Kilda star Nicky Winmar as they confirm stability in his health conditions after he suffered a likely heart attack today morning.
It got cleared from the statements of a spokeswoman for the Royal Perth Hospital, who told the Herald Sun that he is on a recovering side although they still are not sure whether Winmar had suffered a heart attack or no.
Mr. Winmar is a big name. The 47-year-old is a resident of rural Western Australia and he has played approx 230 games for St Kilda. He has also been awarded two best-and-fairest awards and 21 for the Western Bulldogs, moreover, he is also known for initiating the thought of eradicating racism from the AFL when he pulled up his No. 7 guernsey in a match at Victoria Park and pointed to his skin after racist taunts from Collingwood fans in 1993.
The father of three finished his career in 1999 and since then he is out of the spotlight. But his news of suffering a heart attack saw messages of hundreds of well-wishers last night including message from Australian country music star Troy Cassar-Daley, on Twitter.
Mr. Nicky Winmar was admitted in Royal Perth Hospital. St Kilda FC Chief Executive Officer Mr. Michael Nettlefold said: "Nicky Winmar has a special place in the history of the St Kilda Football Club. From everyone associated with the club, we wish him a very speedy recovery".
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