Eriksen may be able to continue his career with a return to England

공개: Christian Eriksen may be able to continue his career in England if he passes a sports cardiologist assessmentafter Inter Milan claimed they MUST sell him because he is banned from playing in Italy

  • Inter Milan announced they will have to sell their playmaker Christian Eriksen
  • Eriksen is not able to play in Serie A because he has an implanted defibrillator
  • He suffered a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark in their first Euros game
  • But Eriksen could be able to continue his career by sealing a return to England
  • To do so, the 29-year-old would have to pass a sports cardiologist assessment
  • Inter Milan midfielder 크리스티안 에릭 센 could be allowed to resume his football career in England if he was to pass an assessment by a sports cardiologist acting on behalf of the Football Association.

    The 29-year-old has not played since he suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark’s opening 유로 2020 game with Finland on June 12.

    Eriksen collapsed during the first half of the match in Copenhagen and required a defibrillator to be used on the pitch before he was transferred to a local hospital where he was eventually declared to be in a stable condition.

    Six days later the former Tottenham midfielder was fitted with an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator, a type of pacemaker, which prevents him from being able to play in 이탈리아.

    거기, athletes are not allowed to compete with a heart defibrillator implanted as per the Cardiological Organisational Committee for Sports Fitness protocol, last updated in 2017.

    While nothing has been decided by Inter or Eriksen over his future, if the Danish international does want to return to action he looks set to have to join a league where he can play with an ICD, which is also the case for Ajax defender Daley Blind, and the Premier League could be an option.

    Inter Milan star Christian Eriksen could be allowed to resume his football career in England

    Inter Milan star Christian Eriksen could be allowed to resume his football career in England

    ‘With regard to Christian Eriksen playing in England, it is impossible to comment on his individual circumstances without knowledge of his condition and the risks associated with it. 언제나처럼, any assessment would be on an individual basis,’ an FA spokesperson told the PA news agency.

    ‘영국, any player that has an abnormal cardiac screen or who develops a cardiac problem would be assessed by a sports cardiologist.

    ‘We would expect the sports cardiologist to be a member of The FA Cardiac Consensus Panel, a group of experienced sports cardiologists who advise The FA with regard to these issues and provide consultation and screening expertise for our cardiac screening programmes in professional football.

    Eriksen has been fitted with an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator, a type of pacemaker

    Eriksen has been fitted with an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator, a type of pacemaker

    He has not played since he suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark's first Euro 2020 게임

    He has not played since he suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark’s first Euro 2020 게임

    ‘This would also be done in association with the team doctor who usually looks after them. The cardiologist would look at the individual circumstances and the risk surrounding the player and they would make a decision on whether the player could continue to play or should stop.

    Any advice offered based on the results would be made with the player’s ‘own personal safetyin mind, with the FA overseeing around 1,500 cardiac screens in professional football per year.

    While no player has been banned based on a cardiac screen, any participant would be made aware of the risks they are taking should they continue to play.

    Eriksen spent seven seasons in England with Spurs before he joined Inter in 2020, where he helped them win Serie A last season, but he will have to leave the San Siro to keep playing or have his ICD removed.

    If he does want to return, he looks set to have to join a league where he can play with an ICD

    If he does want to return, he looks set to have to join a league where he can play with an ICD

    Nothing has been decided over Eriksen's long-term future, but the Premier League is an option

    Nothing has been decided over Eriksen’s long-term future, but the Premier League is an option

    ‘The FA would not ban someone from playing based on a cardiac screen,’ an FA spokesman continued.

    ‘Any risk is to the player themselves and not to others on the pitch, so it is an individual decision which the player takes with support and advice from those who are responsible for their personal medical wellbeing.

    ‘In Italy, there is a longstanding nationwide cardiac screening policy which runs across all sports participation and does not allow participation in a case of increased risk of sudden cardiac arrest during exercise. This has not been adopted in other countries, including the UK.








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