Watford boss Oscar Garcia to leave hospital following treatment on chest pains

Watford manager Oscar Garcia is expected to be released from hospital today after undergoing tests on minor chest pains.

Watford manager Oscar Garcia is expected to leave hospital today after spending almost a week having treatment on minor chest pains.

The 41-year-old checked in at the hospital last Sunday and has been undergoing tests ever since.

Assistant coach Ruben Martinez told BBC Three Counties Radio: "He is much better. I was with him on Thursday and he was very good. He will be with us I think in a few days. He needs rest."

Garcia will miss Watford's home clash against Bournemouth tomorrow.

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