Ryan Mason, who retired at 26 after fracturing his skull in a clash of heads with Gary Cahill, told talkSPORT: ‘I was quite upset to see something like that happen again, it’s very concerning.
‘It’s a real shame my incident didn’t change the perception — what is it really going to take for people to start realising this is something really, really serious?
‘I was shocked David Luiz was allowed to play on. I’m not criticising the Arsenal doctor because there’s a protocol in place and I’m sure he’s followed that.
‘But that protocol is not enough. I thought immediately, neither of those players can play on. Sometimes you have to forget the protocol and show common sense.’
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Ryan Mason, who retired after a skull fracture, shared concern over current protocols
Don Goodman, the former Wolves striker who suffered a fractured skull during a game against Huddersfield in April 1996, said: ‘I was on commentary duty for the match and when the