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Updated: Serious Concerns After Colchester's Alex Wynter Has A Seizure After An Accidental Collision

Updated: Serious Concerns After Colchester's Alex Wynter Has A Seizure After An Accidental Collision
By Conor O'Leary
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Updated 2 pm:

Tottenham and Colchester's fourth round FA Cup tie began with a horrible moment when there was an accidental clash of heads between two Colchester players. Tom Eastman and Alex Wynter collided after just a minute and Wynter came off in a bad way.

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Credit must go to the referee Michael Oliver for stopping the play immediately recognising that things were not right with Wynter. Both players ended up coming off the field. Tom Eastman was sporting a cut head, but Wynter started twitching uncontrollably when the physios came on:

The commentators later confirmed that Wynter has gone to hospital, with what looks like a serious concussion.

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We all hope that Wynter is ok, and makes a full recovery. Tom Eastman also had to come off the field just twenty minutes later:

See Also: 'That Was Clearly A Concussion' - Former IRB Chief Medical Adviser On Johnny Sexton Incident

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