Rugby 'sleepwalking its way into trouble' over management of head injuries and concussion 



Rugby is ‘sleepwalking into trouble’ over its management of head injuries and concussion, says one of the sport’s most influential figures.
A week after The Mail on Sunday revealed two players are taking legal action against clubs for allegedly mismanaging concussions, Simon Halliday, the chief executive of European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) which governs the European Champions Cup, and his deputy Vincent Gaillard, have responded to allegations made by former Clermont player Jamie Cudmore that team doctors ignored strict concussion guidelines during last year’s tournament.
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1 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 24
Source: Daily Mail
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