New update on Nathan Merritt’s status as South Sydney Rabbitoh breaks silence

New update on Nathan Merritt’s status as South Sydney Rabbitoh breaks silence

South Sydney has broken its silence on Nathan Merritt’s condition as he continues to fight for survival in hospital.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have broken their silence on Nathan Merritt’s condition and are pleased to hear he is improving.
Souths explained that out of respect for Merritt and his family, he did not feel it was appropriate to comment at this time.

It was reported on Saturday that a 40-year-old man was taken to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital unconscious from his uncle’s house.
The NRL legend is said to have collapsed due to side effects from prescription painkillers.

He added that after spending the last few days in a Sydney hospital with left-handedness, Merritt’s condition was “improving slightly”.
He added that the thoughts of everyone at the club are with Merritt.
“Out of respect for the privacy of Nathan and Merritt’s family, the Rabbitohs and South Care have decided not to comment on his condition at this time,” the club said in a statement on Wednesday.

Out of respect for the privacy of Nathan and the Merritt family, the Rabbitohs and Souths Cares have decided not to comment on his condition at this time.
We are very happy to hear from his next of kin that Merro is doing well.
Take care of him…

“We are very pleased to hear from his next of kin that Mero is making progress,” the statement said.
“He is under the care of the best doctors and is in the hearts of everyone involved with rabbits.”

 

“He is slowly recovering but fighting with all our support,” the statement said.
“Keep fighting the spirit of South Sydney, Mero! You will always be a rabbit.”

Merritt retired as the Rabbitohs’ leading scorer, scoring 146 tries in 218 games between 2002 and 2014.
Image: Getty Images

Southern Legends just keeps getting better.

News Corp initially reported on Sunday that Merritt’s organs were damaged, but on Monday it was revealed that his lung capacity had increased and internal swelling had decreased.
“Nason is still awake and not out of the woods yet, but he’s making some progress,” the friend said.
“There are some encouraging signs, which is a good thing.
Lung capacity has increased,” they say.
“Hopefully it gets a little better every day.
“It’s a slow process.”

Merritt’s sister, Tian, ​​took to Facebook on Saturday to thank the community for their love and support.
“On behalf of Nathan and our family, thank you for your well wishes and prayers,” she wrote.
“Nathan’s condition is serious but he is a fighter and we thank everyone for their support during this difficult time.
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“We’ll let you know as soon as possible.”

The NRL world is rallying around Nathan Merritt.

Canterbury Bulldogs Josh Addo-Carr and former St George’s 5-8 and boxing champion Anthony Mundine have been admitted to hospital in Merritt as the NRL world gathers in the Big South. Fans and colleagues took to social media to wish the popular player well.
Merritt was one of South Sydney’s most popular players, scoring 146 tries in 218 games between 2002 and 2014 and retiring as the club’s all-time leading scorer. He also played for Cronulla for a year in 2004 before returning to Souths.
His 218 appearances ranks fourth on the Rabbitohs’ all-time list.

The NRL legend also made an appearance for NSW in the 2013 State of Origin series, played two matches for the Australian Premier’s XIII and two games for the City Origin team.
He also represented the NRL Indigenous All Stars three times.

So sad to read that former teammate and legend Nathan Merritt was put on life support!!! Keep fighting bro.
Pray for Nathan Merritt.
I spent a lot of time with him and he is one of the nicest guys.
Bad news

Needless to say, Willie Peters let his frustration out and looked straight down the TV cameras at Nathan Merritt after today’s Super League semi-final and told him to “keep fighting” for those who were knocked out of Oz.

 

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