Chelsea's Cork released from hospital after suffering palpitations in Iceland defeat

30 March 2011 12:42
Released: Cork (left) has impressed while on loan at Burnley[LNB]England Under 21 midfielder Jack Cork, who spent the night in hospital after complaining of palpitations during the first half of their defeat by Iceland on Monday, has been discharged.[LNB]The Chelsea player, 21, who is on loan at Burnley, was thought to be suffering from a virus.[LNB]Following Cork's admittance to hospital, England Under 21 coach Stuart Pearcesaid: 'He had palpitations in the first half and said he wasn't feelingso well so we have taken him to hospital just for precautionary status.[LNB]'That's as far as I know at the moment but obviously our doctors will be in contact with the hospital.'[LNB]Corkhas scored three goals in 33 Championship appearances for Burnley thisseason and has previously suggested he would be keen on a permanentmove to Turf Moor.[LNB][LNB]  England U21 1 Iceland U21 2: Pearce lets rip after defeat proves a pointEngland star Wilshere wants chance to shine at U21 Euro ChampionshipsMartin Samuel: England must take on clubs so young Lions are in it to win itAll the latest Chelsea news, features and opinion [LNB]  Explore more:People: Jack Cork

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