Melbourne’s Clayton Oliver has reportedly been discharged from Footscray hospital after having a CT scan and X-ray.
SEN’s Tom Morris reported the news on Thursday afternoon, revealing Oliver fell and hit his head but was okay at home and had spoken with the club.
The Demons, who are set to release a statement on the matter, were trying to ascertain the exact details of the incident.
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The 26-year old was reportedly admitted at hospital at 9am and was discharged just before midday.
Foxfooty.com.au has contacted the club and Oliver’s management, with all parties trying to ascertain more details.
Oliver’s future recently made headlines, with the possibility of a trade canvassed by rival clubs before Oliver and the club eased tensions after a meeting with coach Simon Goodwin.
Melbourne had become increasingly concerned with the midfielder’s behaviour, which club CEO Gary Pert in a statement confirmed there’d been a commitment towards making improvement towards his professionalism.
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