Missing Glasgow City FC player Clare Shine found

The Irish striker had been reported missing since Sunday morning.

Glasgow City FC striker, Clare Shine, has been found after being reported missing on Sunday morning.

The 25-year-old tweeted a photo of herself in a hospital gown, alongside a heartfelt message thanking those who had expressed concern.

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Ms Shine, who joined Glasgow City FC in 2015 before returning last year after a spell at Cork City, had last been seen in Roslin, Midlothian, at 9:30am on Sunday.

Last night her club appealed to the public to help find her, writing: “We are all very concerned.”

But overnight, Ms Shine told followers on social media: “Thank you everyone, I’m struggling and that’s okay. I’ll be back.

“Look after yourself,” she wrote, adding a heart emoji.

The tweet has been “favourited” by Twitter users almost 20,000 times since then.

Glasgow City FC striker, Clare Shine, has been found after being reported missing on Sunday morning. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

It is not yet known why Ms Shine is in hospital.

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