Hull’s Mason out of sanatorium after fracturing skull

Ryan Mason

Ryan Mason’s family pronounced they had been “extremely touched” by a messages of support sent to a Hull midfielder

Hull City’s Ryan Mason has been liberated from sanatorium a week after fracturing his skull opposite Chelsea.

Midfielder Mason, 25, clashed heads with Blues defender Gary Cahill 13 mins into a Premier League compare during Stamford Bridge on 22 January.

He was taken to St Mary’s Hospital in London, where he had surgery.

“The series of messages charity support during Ryan’s liberation has been utterly overwhelming,” pronounced Hull bar alloy Mark Waller.

Well-wishes flooded in for a England international, and both Hull and his former bar Tottenham wore training shirts with Mason printed on a behind before final week’s fixtures.

Mason, who assimilated Hull from Spurs final Aug for a club-record undisclosed fee, has scored one idea in 16 Premier League appearances for a Tigers.


The scoreboard during Hull displayed a summary of support for Mason during a EFL Cup semi-final second leg compare opposite Manchester United