Leeds teenager Clarke taken to hospital after touchline treatment

Jack Clarke: Leeds United teenager taken to hospital after Middlesbrough draw

Jack Clarke: Leeds United teenager taken to hospital after Middlesbrough draw

Leeds' teenage winger Jack Clarke was taken to hospital after complaining of feeling unwell during Saturday's Championship draw at Middlesbrough.

There were worries for the youngster, but his agent Harte insists that Clarke has now left the hospital; he also hailed Leeds' head of medicine Rob Price.

Bielsa told BBC Radio Leeds: "What we know is that he didn't feel well".

Meanwhile, Middlesbrough boss Tony Pulis passed on his best wishes to Clarke when he addressed the media.

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"Hope young Jack Clarke is okay..." one said.

Clarke was replaced for tactical reasons, but began to feel ill during the second half, which he watched from the bench, and was eventually given oxygen by paramedics and taken to hospital. "He was taken to hospital to see if he is alright". He has scored two goals and added two assists for Leeds in the English second division.

Leeds went on to score a last-gasp equaliser in the 12 minutes of stoppage time, and manager Marcelo Bielsa revealed after the game that the promising teenager had shown signs of improvement before being taken to hospital.

They sit a point ahead of Norwich who face rivals Ipswich on Sunday, live on Sky Sports Main Event HD and Sky Sports Football HD.

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