Dons keeper suffers seizure

Aberdeen custodian is in "stable" condition

Langfield: Has had a comfortable night in hospital

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Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield is recovering in hospital after suffering a seizure on Monday morning.

The 31-year-old was taken to Glasgow's Southern General hospital, where his condition has been described as "stable".

The Paisley-born keeper has made 38 appearances for the Dons this season, helping them to a ninth-placed finish in the Scottish Premier League.

Aberdeen's chief executive Duncan Fraser told the club's official website: "Obviously this is an extremely worrying time and the thoughts of everyone at the club are with him (and his family).

"Jamie has had a comfortable night and there have been no further setbacks but until the results of the tests he has undergone are known, we are not in a position to comment further."

Langfield joined Aberdeen from Dunfermline in 2005 and has made 187 appearances for the club. His current contract runs through to next summer.