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Tony Mowbray stepped away from his role at Birmingham earlier on Monday  It is unclear what illness he has been diagnosed with as he receives treatment  Jack Grealish has had no luck... he'll now be sweating on his Euros place - It's All Kicking Off  

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Tony Mowbray's former clubs have rushed to social media to send their old manager their well-wishes.

News broke on Monday morning that the Birmingham boss would be stepping away from his position at St. Andrew's to receive medical treatment for six to eight weeks after just eight games in charge. 

It is unclear what illness Mowbray has been diagnosed with but the club confirmed he would be stepping aside on Monday.

The news is reported to have left his new side 'stunned', having only recently arrived in place of Wayne Rooney on January 8, after the former England international was dismissed following a poor run of form. 

As such, a number of his former sides have been quick to wish their old boss well and a speedy recovery on social media. 

Tony Mowbray has stepped aside from his managerial role at Birmingham for six to eight weeks

Tony Mowbray has stepped aside from his managerial role at Birmingham for six to eight weeks

The 60-year-old stated that treatment for an illness necessitated that he step away temporarily

The 60-year-old stated that treatment for an illness necessitated that he step away temporarily

'Get well soon Mogga, wishing you all the very best from everyone at MFC,' Middlesbrough, who he managed from 2010-13 - wrote on X.

'Wishing you a speedy recovery, Tony,' added Sunderland, where Mowbray took charge of 65 games. 'We're all behind you.'

'Everyone at West Bromwich

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