Hull City midfielder Mason is happy that he is still alive after fractured skull
Hull City midfielder Ryan Mason is relieved that he is still alive after nine days ago in the Premier League match against Chelsea with a fractured skull suffered.
The 25-year-old Englishman was on 22 January by stretcher from the field, worn after hard collided with Chelsea defender Gary Cahill. Since then, he stayed in the hospital, but on Monday, he was allowed to go home.
“It was an emotional roller coaster and I’m glad I’m here,” says Mason Tuesday in a statement. “I’m happy to say that I am at home now and rest, handle, and recover.”
The midfielder, who once came out for the English national team, do not know when he returns. “I watch it from now on every day and concentrate me fully on my rehabilitation.”
“I want to thank everyone for the overwhelming support that I and my entire family have received. Every message gave me strength. I can’t express in words how much it makes me want to.”
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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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After his collision with Cahill was Mason, who Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2016, exchanged for Hull, minutes treated on the field. In his retreat by a stretcher, he got an oxygen mask on.
Hull City has so far been a difficult season. The club of Mason is in the Premier League, penultimate with sixteen points.
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