There were some concerns about Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald when he was admitted into a Dublin hospital on Wednesday morning. The Clare manager had checked himself into a Galway clinic before needing to be transferred to Dublin.
The prognosis on Fitzgerald seems positive after he underwent minor heart surgery. He is due to be released from hospital on Friday after having two angioplasty stents inserted. Fitzgerald has a history of heart issues after a 2009 surgery, and he wears a heart monitor during games.
That means that Fitzgerald should be available to take charge of Clare's All-Ireland quarter-final date with Galway. That isn't set in stone, and Clare are readying Dónal Óg Cusack and Louis Mulqueen to take over team duties.
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