The star of Netflix’s Titletown Excessive has come down with each COVID-19 and pneumonia, and it’s left him struggling to breathe.
Rush Propst, who served as a highschool soccer coach in Georgia and Alabama, instructed a reporter with AL.com in a textual content message that his situation was “not good” and he was “too weak” to kind. He’s receiving oxygen, although will not be on a ventilator.
Propst was admitted to the hospital Wednesday, based on the outlet, and isn’t vaccinated. He did attempt to stay cheerful about soccer, nonetheless, texting the creator of Titletown Excessive that he wished all of the gamers luck and the way “it’s a [privilege] to compete on this [great] recreation of soccer.”
His spouse Stefnie launched a press release Thursday expressing her gratitude for many who wished him properly.
“Over the past 13 years I’ve seen Rush grow to be a greater Christian, a greater husband, and a greater father to our kids,” she wrote in a press release, shared by Titletown creator Jason Sciavicco on Twitter. “I’m praying as onerous as I ever have. Not with the ability to be by his facet proper now could be the toughest factor I’ve ever needed to endure in my life.”
Propst had been ousted from a number of highschool soccer groups over quite a few controversies, together with from Valdosta Excessive Faculty, the varsity featured in Titletown.
The college fired Propst after an investigation by each Valdosta and the Georgia Skilled Requirements Fee accused him of collaborating in unlawful recruiting and mishandling faculty funds.