It is the relief on the side of FC Nantes.
Victim of discomfort Thursday in training, a young footballer from the reserve team came out of a coma and "is recovering little by little," the club announced on Sunday in a press release.
According to several local media, the 19-year-old, whose identity has not been specified, suffered a heart attack during training and was able to be resuscitated thanks to the rapid intervention of the emergency services, equipped with a defibrillator.
Plunged into an artificial coma, he woke up on Saturday, the club announced.
Admitted Thursday evening to the hospital following a discomfort which occurred during the training, the player of our N2 woke up after being plunged into an artificial coma.
FC Nantes is delighted with the news and gives the player and his family all their support in this event 🙏
- FC Nantes (@FCNantes) September 19, 2021
"FC Nantes is obviously delighted with such news and brings to the player, his family and his relatives, all its support in this test," added the club in its press release.
The reserve team of Nantes, engaged in National 2, had obtained the postponement of its match scheduled for Saturday, to give time to the players and the management to recover from the shock.
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