Burnley boss Sean Dyche says there is no easy answers when it comes to concussion for players in the game after concerns were raised.
The football world is again discussing the problem after Jan Vertonghen was allowed to retake his place on the pitch for Spurs against Ajax on Tuesday only to come off seconds later clearly in trouble.
This comes after Fabian Schar played a full match for Switzerland against Georgia with concussion after a clash of heads. Dyche says there are no easy answers to the situation but feels there has been progress in recent years. “There has been some movement in it in the last couple of seasons – but I think they will look at who decides what.
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It is tough, though, as we are human beings,” he said. “You can feel right and not be right and feel wrong and actually be better than you thought. “Sometimes it does go into the players’ hands slightly but I presume they are working on different methods of checking, that are out of your control but they do decide whether you are in a situation to carry on or not. “The more they define those ways then I think that would be very helpful because players might make a bullish decision on being proud and wanting to do well when it is not the right decision to make. “I think that is what they are trying to define. It is not as easy as everyone thinks.”Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.