Cardiologist doubts Ericsson’s football career, Dean confident: ‘I’ll be back’ | EURO2020

UpdateDanish midfielder Christian Eriksen has never had heart problems while playing for Tottenham Hotspur. His then-British cardiologist says the annual tests at the Premier League club were “completely normal”. Still, the doctor doubts whether Erickson will be able to play football at the highest level again. But Dane has already told his teammates that he is doing well and hopes to return soon.




The 29-year-old footballer collapsed in the 42nd minute of the game as he ran down the left side after being thrown from Denmark. He was resuscitated and taken to hospital. His condition is stable and he is said to be accessible.

According to Dr. Sanjay Sharma of St George’s University in London, Ericsson has been there since 2013 Never exclude test results Are installed. The suspicions that the International Playmaker’s pictures had fallen down were brief. “I thought,‘ God? Is there anything we haven’t seen? “But I checked all the test results and everything was fine,” Sharma told the British news agency B.A.

‘Ericsson feels good, is positive’
Christian Eriksson’s agent Martin Scoots is in contact with the midfielder. ,, He feels well and was in a positive mood. Many more studies are being conducted to clarify. ”

“From the day the club signed him, it was my job to screen him, and we tested him every year. Until 2019, his tests were completely normal and there was no heart defect.

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Good sign

According to Sharma, there could be several reasons such as high temperature or previously undetected condition. He calls the fact that Ericsson regained consciousness in the hospital ‘a good sign’. Despite the positive news, the cardiologist is dark about the future of the Danish footballer.

“They were able to get him back,” Sharma said. “The question is what happened and why. This man had normal trials until 2019, so how do you explain this heart block? The fact that he is stable and alert makes the perspective so special. But I don’t know if he will play football again. “

Ericsson in 2019 at Tottenham Hotspur training ground. © EPA

The incident with Eriksen is reminiscent of Ajax footballer Abdelhawk Noori, who suddenly collapsed during a training match in Austria in the summer of 2017 after a heart attack. The young talented player was on the field for a few minutes and was recovered very late. As a result, he suffered permanent brain damage and could never play football again.

Sharma also chairs a team of cardiologists within the English Football Association FA. In the UK, the rules are strict in this type of situation. ,, It may seem blatant: but Erickson died a few minutes later. Are the medical professionals going to let him die again? There is no answer, ”Sharma asserted.

Career results

He wonders if Erickson should take that risk. The good news is that he will live. The bad news is that he is probably nearing the end of his career. He will no longer be allowed to play in England. We are very strict about that. “

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Eriksson is confident of re-reporting his current club, the Italian national champion, in international team use. “He’s doing very well,” club boss Giuseppe Marota said in front Ski game. “He promised the team that he would be back soon.”

The Danish football association DPU also tweeted positive news that he could be reached this morning, and he congratulated his teammates. “His condition is stable and he is in the hospital for further examination.”

Fans chanted Ericsson’s name after the play.

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