RYAN MASON has opened up over the horror head harm which compelled him into retirement earlier this 12 months.
The previous Spurs star suffered a fractured cranium whereas taking part in for Hull in opposition to Chelsea in January 2017.
Mason was rushed to hospital and compelled to endure high-risk surgical procedure to save lots of his life.
The ex-England worldwide is not capable of play soccer because of this.
And Mason has defined simply how dangerous the harm was on the time – in addition to the lasting results he lives with each day.
Writing in FourFourTwo, Mason mentioned: “I’ve 14 metallic plates in my cranium, with 28 screws to carry them in place.
“There have been 45 staples and a six-inch scar throughout my head too. Selecting the staples out positively wasn’t nice.
“I’m conscious of it on a regular basis. Once I get a headache, the ache is excruciating.
“All of the nerves down that facet of my face have been broken. For about 10 days I used to be being spoon-fed.
“Each time I moved my head I began to get dizzy. The primary three months after the harm have been by far the worst. It was simply fixed challenges.”