Livingston hopeful that former City midfielder Holt will be discharged from hospital soon

Gary Holt in action for Norwich City Leagends during an exhibition against Inter Forever at Carrow R

Gary Holt in action for Norwich City Leagends during an exhibition against Inter Forever at Carrow Road in May 2018 Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Livingston assistant manager David Martindale played down the severity of Gary Holt’s condition after the former Norwich City midfielder was forced to miss his team’s 2-1 Scottish Premiership win over St Mirren.

Holt was admitted to hospital after suffering an injury during a weights session in the gym during the week and has been receiving treatment for several days. However, it is hoped the 46-year-old manager will be in a position to return to work on Monday.

Martindale revealed that Holt was among the first people to text him following Livi's hard-fought triumph, saying: "Gary is okay and hopefully he'll get out of hospital on Monday.

"He was meant to be getting out on Thursday morning, then Friday morning and then Saturday morning. But he should be here by Monday and back at work. I'm not a doctor but I'm told it's nothing too serious. Hopefully that result has made him feel a bit better."

Norwich City top 100: Gary Holt (182 apps, 3 goals)

Holt made 182 appearances for Norwich between 2000 and 2005, later returning as an academy coach and assistant at first-team level to Neil Adams and Alex Neil.


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