The inhopparna would get to replace the players that are being examined for a concussion.
– Temporary understudy specifically for concussion is a possibility and something that is worth discussing, "says Michel D'Hooge, head of the medical committee of the International federation of association football, to The Times.
– But if you put someone in ten minutes, and the first player returns to the pitch without warming up properly, this is likely to lead to muscle injuries – and then we have a problem with it also.
that works to prevent brain damage, suggests that the independent doctor should make the decision of a footballer to get to play again after a bang to the head. D'Hooge believe, however, that independent doctors have difficult to assess the players.
– Lagläkarna must be responsible for their own players. They know the players and are better at assessing if the players have been unconscious or if there is no danger with them.
with a teammate and received treatment at the side of the pitch during the Champions League match against Ajax. Lagläkaren then gave Vertonghen given the green light to continue playing despite the fact that he was given and was stumbling around. He was then out.
the Belgian is undergoing tests and investigations, and shall also seek out a neurologist who is a specialist in sports injuries.