Friday , March 31 2023

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2-2 draw on Sunday with Gyirmot and Siófok in NB II, but the fight is probably not unforgettable for that, but because of one of the midfielder in Siofok after breaking an informal clash and after the incident twenty minutes away from the stadium, because there was no rescue on the court – writes the 24th.

The Sophoc website also discussed this fact: in their view, it is astonishing that there was no rescue on the ground at this event, since anyone in the booth could be bad and the sport could be injurious.

As it was written, Attila Horváth suffered many scars and had to be transferred to the hospital as soon as possible

if there was no ambulance, he was on a stretcher for over 20 minutes on the stretcher, desperate for everyone.

The player was informed by the National Ambulance Service that he was already hospitalized 25 minutes later, where he was operating on Monday morning. Horvath said the surgery had terrible pains he did not want, but since then the situation has improved a lot. He also added that he would like to return as soon as possible, but it is almost certain he will be able to approach the next season in the spring, even in a mask.

Until the 24th he wrote that Blkk is looking for club leaders because he had no rescue on the court but the club manager Zoltán Margitai responded only:

I do not think we want to comment on it.

This is, in any case, extremely interesting by MLSZ security code [.pdf] suggests he should be under the age of 1,000 if he is on the pitch for a match. This means that there is a mandatory rescue, ie the provision of medical care, ambulance and ambulance in the area and requires the existence of an ambulance or ambulance in accordance with the relevant regulation.

In April, however, there was a similar case for the Budapest Future Talent Cup, where a 16-year-old player at Diósgyőr suffered a fracture. The tournament was not organized by the MLS, but our question was answered in this case by saying that UEFA's specifications are mandatory, requiring the presence of a seizure and rescue officer.

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