Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin had to call time out on a press conference on Wednesday after suffering a dizzy spell while answering questions.
Goodwin’s voice started to tremble and his face appeared to redden before he left the room. It was later confirmed he was being treated by a doctor.
Assistant coach Troy Chaplin downplayed the significance of Goodwin’s illness, saying he should be back on duty soon.
“We expect him to coach this week,” said Chaplin, who addressed reporters after Goodwin left.
“He’s very good at managing himself … he felt a little bit light headed, there’s nothing to it as far as we know.”
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