Yes, if the doctor say yes and a player is cleared, he should play. But that is not so clear at the outset, you have a player who will play because he likes to play and win, plus the culture of the fans - if you win and played, you're great, but if you play and lost, there is blaming. You add the coach, he should have clear reading of his player and doctors communication with him should be clear. Agree? What are your thoughts, share them. Thank you.
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Let's just hope he gets better, and doesn't lose how electric he is.