Football.  Big concern for All Black Beauden Barrett, victim of new concussion

Football. Big concern for All Black Beauden Barrett, victim of new concussion

Like Jonathan Sexton, Bowden Barrett suffers from a series of concussions. (© screenshot)

concussion in rugbyEpisode 12345. The Match Between heights and the blues (25-32), counting the number 6And day Super Pacific Rugbymarked by the thousand KO Half Air New Zealand International, Bewden Barrett (30 years, 100 choices).

Five minutes after scoring the Blues’ second attempt at the end of the streak, the All Black world champion received a head-bang in the 41st minute.And Minutes of play, after percussion Vitoli Paya (See the video of the work on things). He took the elbow from the middle of the Tonga in the face and bled out of his nose before leaving the grass groggy He is replaced by Stephen Perovita.

Wondering about the rest of his career…

A concussion victim last November, during the Ireland-New Zealand match, Bowden Barrett admitted that he was still experiencing symptoms two months after receiving such a massive head trauma. “I am still working through some outstanding issues. I hope to get out of it soon. This time off was well deserved,” he confided to Newshub Sport.

And even if he wanted to be confident of “being there since the start of the Super Rugby season” and his return to the Auckland Blues, after a break in Japan, he questioned whether Continuing his careereven to the point of considering a early retirement “I am well aware that a concussion can lead to retirement if things do not go normally. My brother Kane had to give up his career because of this. I see it happened to a lot of good friends and colleagues,” Bowden Barrett told the New Zealand Herald a few weeks ago. “.

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… all black supporters are worried

The 30-year-old, who was twice named FIFA World Player of the Year in 2016 and 2017, has many questions about his future, while his older brother, Kane, had to put his career on hold after suffering frequent injuries (at the age of 25). All of them are from New Zealand and supporters all black Who put their fingers and hold their breath…


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