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24 August 2017

Hull star Ryan Mason to see a THIRD head specialist as midfielder looks to make a safe recovery to the pitch

HULL midfielder Ryan Mason is to see a third specialist on Monday to see if he will be able to return from the fractured skull he suffered in January.

The once-capped England international, 26, had to have surgery after a clash of heads with Chelsea’s Gary Cahill.

Ryan Mason is to see a third specialist about his head injury
Ryan Mason is to see a third specialist about his head injury
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Mason hasn't played since fracturing his skull against Chelsea in January
Mason hasn’t played since fracturing his skull against Chelsea in January
AP

“It’s a difficult situation,” manager Leonid Slutsky told BBC Radio Humberside.

“One doctor is saying one thing and another saying another, so he will get a third opinion on Monday.”

After eight minutes of treatment on the pitch during the Premier League match at Stamford Bridge, Mason was given oxygen as he was carried off on a stretcher.

He had surgery at St Mary’s Hospital in London, where he stayed for a week afterwards, and has since spoken of feeling “lucky to be alive”.

Mason returned to Hull’s training ground for the first time since the incident earlier in May and described going back as “a massive step”.

Slutsky added: “He will have a decision about his future, if he needs an operation or not.


Mason is hoping to make a full recovery but must remain patient
Mason is hoping to make a full recovery but must remain patient
PA:Press Association
Hull boss Leonid Slutsky has given Mason his full support
Hull boss Leonid Slutsky has given Mason his full support
Reuters

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“Ryan is a big hero for me, but now the question is not just about football but about his life. It’s very serious.”

“He wants to play but he must make a decision not only about himself but also his family. It’s more than only football.”



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Hull star Ryan Mason returns to training after sustaining horror skull fracture


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