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Beşiktaş Club Health Board Coordinator Tekin Kerem Ülkü said that Fabrice N’Sakala had a sudden loss of consciousness in Gaziantep, but his health is good.
Making a statement to the press at BJK Nevzat Demir Tesisleri regarding the situation of N’Sakala, who suddenly collapsed to the ground and was hospitalized in the match played in Gaziantep in the 2nd week of the league, Ülkü said, “During the match played on Saturday, N’Sakala “We took Sakala under follow-up and observation at the hospital in Gaziantep due to sudden loss of consciousness. Our player was transferred to our sponsor hospital on Monday. We formed a committee of competent teachers to investigate the underlying causes of the sudden loss of consciousness.” /p>
“General health is very good”
Ülkü said that various examinations were made in the committee, which included cardiology, neurology and chest diseases specialists, and said:VEGABET GIRIS ICIN TIKLAYIN
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“After detailed analysis, we saw that there was no structural problem in the cardiological and neurological system of the player, and that there was no problem that would affect the functional work of the heart or brain. We concluded that the sudden loss of consciousness experienced by the player occurred due to physiological processes that everyone, every athlete is at risk and can experience from time to time. Therefore, we discharged our player from the hospital yesterday. Immediately after discharge, we apply close follow-up, supportive treatment and rest treatments. His general health condition is good. He is willing enough to go to training as soon as possible if we leave him to N’Sakala. Our observations will continue as a precaution. We want to bring it back to training by using the team-to-team adaptation studies gradually.”
Ülkü said that there is no illness in N’Sakala’s family that could cause the problem and that there is no situation related to the end of the career of the black-and-white football player.
Ülkü also noted that they do not force the players to be vaccinated, but they recommend them.
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