The former Spurs midfielder and now Inter Milan player Christian Eriksen who suffered that heart attack on the pitch in Denmark’s opening game of the Euros is a lucky man to be still alive.
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Christian Eriksen will NOT be allowed to play for Inter Milan unless he has his heart-starting device removed, says the chief Italian medic.
As of right now, the star midfielder is not eligible to play in Italy's top flight ahead of the new season. pic.twitter.com/MPEe54Z3qu
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Francesco Braconaro, a member of the Italian FA's technical scientific committee says Christian Eriksen will not be allowed to play for Inter Milan again unless the defibrillator installed after his cardiac arrest is removed. pic.twitter.com/jrxTJpFu1z
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.@ChrisEriksen8 with a stunner at Stamford Bridge! #THFC pic.twitter.com/YOxKQad6kp
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It would be great to see him back on the pitch and think of the reception he would get if he comes back. But your health comes first above everything and with a young family the Danish man is much loved.