Ex-Japan international Ruy Ramos was released from the hospital on Tuesday after suffering a stroke in December.
Ramos, 60, said on Dec. 30 he was diagnosed with a stroke and had been rehabilitating since then. The Brazilian-born former midfielder said on his official website Tuesday that he does not have a speech impediment and will continue his rehab work under the supervision of his physician.
“I can communicate clearly,” Ramos said. “I will decide when I can go back to work under the order of my doctors.”
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