Professional Footballers’ Association concussion protocols are failing to prioritise player safety following injury sustained by Leeds United’s Robin Koch

Written by on February 22, 2022

The Professional Footballers’ Association says concussion protocols are failing to prioritise player safety following the injury sustained by Leeds United’s Robin Koch in Sunday’s loss to Manchester United.

Koch, aged 25, suffered a blow to the head in a collision with Scott McTominay.

The German was cleared to continue with his head bandaged before being replaced after 31 minutes because of concussion.

The PFA reiterated its calls for the introduction of temporary substitutes.

Ameen J. Kantyok


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