Siobhan Chamberlain: Manchester United keeper's neck injury 'not serious'
England and Manchester United goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain is said to be recovering well after suffering a suspected neck injury on Sunday.
The new team's pre-season game against Liverpool Ladies was abandoned as the 34-year-old had to be taken to hospital.
The Red Devils said on Twitter: "Fortunately investigations confirmed no serious injury."
They reformed a senior women's side for the first time in 13 years this summer.
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Former Liverpool stopper Chamberlain was one of 21 new players unveiled in United's squad, along with fellow England international Alex Greenwood, on 13 July.
The team - managed by former Lioness Casey Stoney - will compete in the new Women's Championship [tier two] from September.
United added: "Siobhan sustained a suspected serious neck injury during [our] pre-season game versus Liverpool.
"All medical precautions were taken which necessitated abandonment of the game whilst Siobhan was treated prior to hospital transfer. Siobhan is recovering well."