Heart attack on football players who were playing back there. Not long after the incident Muamba, on Thursday, March 22, 2012 a semi-pro player competition India died after collapsing from a heart attack in the 73rd minute. Players named D. Venkatesh from Bangalore club dying because Mars was delayed.
There was no ambulance to take him immediately to the hospital. What happened on Muamba and Venkatesh as if to break the eternal maxim that sport is a healthy activity of the body. But the thing is, Muamba and Venkatesh connotations of exercise a profession and industry. This means that also depends on other elements to keep the body fit.
And they were not the first incident. In Great Britain, Clive Clarke of Leicester City have a heart attack when it was played in 2007. Clarke survived the death, but had to forget his football career. In 2007 also, a major blow to the world of professional football occurred when the young players of Spain and Sevilla, Antonio Puerta, died when being played.
Two years later, Daniel Jarque of Espanyol died while undertaking a pre-season with his team. In short, in the last 10 years, deadly syndrome (sudden death syndrome) continues to occur. One of the players who were victims of the former Lyon midfielder and Manchester City, Marc Vivian Foe, who died in 2003. Results showed 93 percent of deaths in the sport due to the syndrome.
After Puerta died, the players in La Liga Spain had questioned the professionalism of medical tests performed in clubs. Real Madrid goalkeeper and Spanish national team, Iker Casillas, the hardest question it. They feel threatened. Now the Spanish club would not be careless. They conducted a detailed medical examination to his players, including the heart organ.
In the meantime, learn from the incident Muamba, the FA was to design an obligation to all the clubs involved in the competition to take stock of the heart and other vital organs of the players. Tottenham, for example, a heart specialist doctor called to the headquarters of the club to check out all their players a day after the incident Muamba.
In addition to FA, a federation that has the reliability of the football industry also give us clues as to intensify the obligations of health checks conducted on the players club. UEFA and FIFA is also cooking the official rules. All they do is in order to keep the face of football remains humanist. Football must remain conducive to the health of players.
“Fair play” is not just in the game, but also in governance, including the health of the players. Hopefully events experienced Muamba and Venkatesh is the last.