Ex-England and Tottenham's manager Glenn Hoddle is seriously ill in the hospital after being an expert on BT Sport occurred on Saturday, his 61st birthday.
Moderator Mark Pougatch said football results show BT score was canceled due to Hoddle's condition.
Former Spurs midfielder earned 53 England caps and was considered one of his players
BT moderator Jake Humphrey said Hoddle was "seriously ill" at BT's sports studio this morning
He added in the social Media: "Everyone of us is right with you, Glenn, who sends love and strength"
Gary Lineker, the host of the Match of the Day and former Tottenham and England striker, posted on social media: "It is a disturbing news that Glenn Hoddle collapsed in the BT studios earlier thoughts are with him and his family Glenn "
As a player, Hoddle won the FA Cup and the Uefa Cup with Tottenham and also played with Monaco, Swindon and Chelsea ,
Hoddle became a player-manager at Swindon and Chelsea, and is credited with turning the west London under contract in a cosmopolitan outfit by signing Netherlands Ruud Gullit, who later replaced him as boss at Stamford Bridge.
From there he led England for two and a half years and took her to the 1
He continued to manage Southampton, Tottenham and Wolves before continuing to coach and his career as a television pundit.