Tottenham Hotspur player agrees damages for suffering brain damage

Tottenham Hotspur player agrees damages for suffering brain damage
 

A Tottenham Hotspur youth player has agreed to undisclosed damages after he was left brain damaged after having a cardiac arrest on his debut.
Radwan Hamed collapsed during a game in Belgium in 2006. Last year a judge ruled Spurs breached its duties to him.
In a screening prior to signing for the club, an electrocardiogram test showed his heart was "unequivocally abnormal" but he was not stopped from playing.
The club said it regretted a former employee had been remiss in his duties.
'Potentially fatal' In a statement, the family of Mr Hamed, who is now 27, said they were... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 30
Source: BBC
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