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Christian Eriksen is not allowed to play football in Italy with a pacemaker |  Italian Serie A

Christian Eriksen is not allowed to play football in Italy with a pacemaker | Italian Serie A

Francesco Bracconaro, a member of the FIGC scientific committee, said the rules in Italy are strict: “Only when the pacemaker is removed and the specialist can prove that Eriksen is in good physical health again, he can play for Inter again.” . , on the Italian radio station Kiss Kiss.

Eriksen still has a contract until 2024, but he is therefore not allowed to play football with a defibrillator in Serie A. Stricter rules are applied there compared to other European countries. In the Dutch Eredivisie, for example, Daley Blind plays with a defibrillator.

Christian Eriksen underwent a defibrillator after suffering a heart attack at the European Championships in the group match against Finland. The playmaker had to be revived.

At the beginning of this month, new Inter coach Simone Inzaghi stated that he hoped for Eriksen’s return. “All he has to think about at the moment is rest,” Inzaghi said at his first press conference.

“I have counted on him, but I know he will need time. Once he relaxes and returns to Inter, I will wait for him as a coach with open arms.”

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