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2-2 on Sunday with Gyirmott and Siófok in NB II, but the match is probably not memorable but due to one of Siofok's midfielders after defeating an unfortunate collision and after the incident twenty minutes he was next to the pitch because the stadium was not rescued – writes the 24th place.

On the Siofok site they also discussed this event: in their view, it is amazing that there was no rescue at that place, as someone on the stand might be bad and the sport could be harmful.

As it was written, Attila Horváth suffered great scars and should be transported as soon as possible to the hospital

in the absence of an ambulance he lay on stretchers for more than 20 minutes on stretchers desperately for everyone.

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

Until 24 years he wrote that Blikk was looking for the club's manager why he had no rescue at the stadium, but the club's director Zoltán Margitai replied only:

I do not think we should comment on it.

This is, in any case, extremely interesting because of the MLSZ security code [.pdf] suggests he should be under 1000 years of age if he is at the stadium for a match. This means that there is a mandatory rescue booth, ie, providing health care, ambulance and ambulance on the spot and requiring the presence of an ambulance or ambulance in accordance with the relevant regulation.

In April, however, a similar case occurred in Budapest's Budapest Future Talent where a 16-year-old player in Diósgyőr suffered a fracture. The tournament was not organized by the MLS, but the question was answered in this case that UEFA regulations are mandatory and require the presence of a rescue and rescue officer.


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