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Sports Football 31 Mar 2020 Ajax end contract of ...

Ajax end contract of brain-damaged former wonderkid Nouri: report

AFP
Published Mar 31, 2020, 6:28 pm IST
Updated Mar 31, 2020, 6:28 pm IST
Known to fans and teammates as Appie, Nouri joined the Amsterdam club aged seven and developed into a teenage sensation
In this file photo, Ajax's Abdelhak Nouri kicks a ball during a training session at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2017. AP Photo
 In this file photo, Ajax's Abdelhak Nouri kicks a ball during a training session at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2017. AP Photo

The Hague: Ajax have terminated the contract of former wonderkid Abdelhak Nouri, severely brain damaged and in a coma since collapsing three seasons ago, the Dutch daily De Telegraaf said Tuesday.

The club intervened ahead of the July 1 date when the contract was due to renew for the 22-year-old who collapsed while warming up for a pre-season friendly against German club Werder Bremen in July 2017.

 

Known to fans and teammates as Appie, Nouri joined the Amsterdam club aged seven and developed into a teenage sensation.

In 2018, Ajax agreed to pay for medical care for life for the player who has permanent, debilitating brain damage and will never be able to live independently.

His family filed suit against the club and it was determined that the player had received inadequate care after his collapse that was triggered by heart problems.

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