London, Mar 23(ANI): England national team doctor Ian Beasley has said the Football Association's new St George's Park complex will prompt a better detailed health screening of players in this country, which would help in avoiding a Fabrice Muamba like incident.
The much-anticipated complex at Burton is due to open later this summer.
Albeit, the main goal of this new complex is to improve the coaching standards, but it will also swank a noteworthy medical facility, which the FA considers will gain the prestigious F-MARC for excellence from world governing body FIFA.
Dr Beasley thinks the medical attention Bolton Wanderer Muamba received at White Hart Lane rescued his life, but he also feels St George's Park will be the channel for even superior improvement.
"We will be able to monitor players from a much younger age and in far more detail,' he said. We will have the capacity to view their skeletons, monitor their heart rates, give them cardiac tests, from the youngest teams right up to the national side," The Daily Mail quoted Beasley, as saying.
"If they are part of an academy the information will go onto the passports they receive under the Elite Player Performance Plan. St George's Park is something very close to my heart and whilst I have been to many FIFA centers of medical excellence around the world, it has the ability to be much better," he added. (ANI)
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