The broadcaster Jake Humphrey said that Hoddle, who is celebrating his 61st birthday today, was taken "seriously ill" on Saturday morning.
Former England manager Glenn Hoddle is in hospital after falling seriously ill while preparing to appear on TV. "Everyone of us is right with you Glenn, sending love & strength". Glenn's family are with him and would like to thank everyone that has sent their support.
Hoddle made his name with his boyhood club Tottenham, where he spent 12 years in the first team, winning the FA Cup in 1981 and 1982 as well as the 1984 Uefa Cup.
Hoddle went onto manage Southampton, Tottenham and Wolves for short spells before opening a football academy and moving into punditry.
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Glenn represented his country, playing for England 53 times during his career.
Simon Daniels, an audio worker for a number of BT Sport shows, was credited with delivering mouth-to-mouth to Hoddle.
Hoddle was due to take part in the football results show BT Score, but the show has been cancelled following his condition.
Hoddle, whose birthday was on Saturday, is a legend at Spurs and is widely considered to be one of the finest players of his generation. Get well soon, Glenn'.
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Meanwhile, Legit.net previously had reported that Chelsea and their rivals Manchester United have been hit with a severe blow following the shocking death of their former star Ray Wilkins. He's in good hands by all accounts and we hope he's able to come through this situation. In the meantime, keep him in your thoughts and prayers. "Everyone at BT Sport and, I'm sure, right across football, will wish the lovely fella the very, very best". He managed England between 1996 and 1999, including at the 1998 World Cup.
Former England goalkeeper Ray Clemence, who was a goalkeeping coach during Hoddle's England reign, urged him to "stay strong".
One of those who played under him, Rio Ferdinand, said recently the Three Lions would have won a World Cup if he had stayed on. "Great manager and a great man".
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