The Rabbitohs released a statement on Nathan Merritt

“We are so happy to hear directly from his loved ones that Merro’s condition is improving.”

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have released their first statement on club legend Nathan Merritt since he was jailed for life last week. It comes after several outlets reported last Saturday that Merritt was taken to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Camperdown after he became unresponsive on Friday afternoon.

   The former NSW Blues winger was put on life support after collapsing at his aunt’s house and has since been understood to have suffered side effects from prescribed painkillers. Out of respect for the privacy of Nathan and the Merritt family,” the Instagram statement read. “The Rabbitohs and Souths Cares have decided not to comment on his situation at this time.

   “We are so happy to hear directly from his next of kin that Merro’s condition is improving. Wall St. Millionaire Warns: Something Big Is Happening in the World of AI Legend, who picked Nvidia in 2015 before its 5,246% jump, just flew 3,000 miles to record this surprising video right out of this AI… “He is being cared for by the best doctors and is in the thoughts of all the rabbits.

  The recovery is slow but it is a battle he is fighting with all our support. “Keep fighting hard. Spirit of South Sydney, Merro! You will always be a Rabbit! #974. It also follows his sister, Teanne Merritt, who spoke candidly about her situation a day after the news broke.

   “On behalf of Nathan and our family, we want to thank everyone for your well wishes and prayers,” she wrote on social media. “Nathan is still in critical condition but is a fighter. We appreciate everyone’s support during this difficult time. We will let you know when we can.” The former Rabbitohs winger is the club’s all-time try kicker with 151 from 208 NRL games for the club. He also recorded a brief two-year spell with the Cronulla Sharks in 2004–05.

   His caps include one match for the NSW Blues at State in 2013, two matches for the Australian Premier’s XIII, two City Origins and three matches for the Indigenous All Stars – winning the Preston Campbell Medal at the 2012 All Stars. star game

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