Hull City midfielder Mason approachable after fractured skull
Hull City midfielder Ryan Mason is Monday, approachable, a day after he was in the Premier League match with Chelsea (2-0 defeat) a fractured skull suffered and it had to be operated.
The 25-year-old Mason, who is a Sunday-night surgery at St Mary’s Hospital in London, spoke Monday morning at the hospital about the incident, among others, with team-mate Michael Dawson and clubarts Mark Waller, says Hull City.
According to the current number nineteen of the Premier League is the situation of the Mason stable. The midfielder will be in the coming days was still in the hospital.
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Mason to bounce back on Sunday during the first half of the clash at Stamford Bridge with his head hard against the head of the Chelsea defender Gary Cahill. The Englishman was almost ten minutes be dealt with on the field, after which he was a stretcher and with an oxygen mask on was drained.
According to English media has Cahill Monday morning, along with Chelsea captain John Terry also paid a visit to Mason at the hospital.
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The midfielder was a long time, treated and, ultimately, by stretcher from the field worn.
Gary Cahill and Ryan Mason were still hard with their heads against each other.
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