There had been frightening scenes within the AFL on Sunday when Fremantle midfielder Darcy Tucker used to be stretchered off the sector after an uncongenial incident.
Fremantle’s Darcy Tucker used to be stretchered off the sector in a “scary” incident throughout the Dockers’ convincing 55-point win over West Coast on Sunday.
Tucker’s teammates instantly referred to as for clinical body of workers after the midfielder went down early within the 3rd quarter in an ungainly take on via Eagle Conor West.
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“Big concerns for the Fremantle player down,” Fremantle legend Matthew Pavlich stated on Fox Footy.
“Both players and the Fremantle medical staff out there quickly with concerns.”
Fox Footy commentator Adam Papalia stated Tucker had a “nasty sort of landing”.
“Support staff immediately calling for the stretcher,” he stated. “Medical staff will take every precaution they can.”
West Coast premiership participant and boundary rider Will Schofield stated it used to be an ordinary taking a look take on.
“Bit of an awkward one,” he stated. “Landed on his head.
“Wasn’t a good sight. Hoping for the best for Darcy Tucker.”
Commentator Mark Howard added: “It didn’t look like his head hit the turf, it was an unusual movement.”
Tucker used to be stretchered off Optus Stadium however he gave a thumbs as much as the gang in a promising signal. He used to be changed via clinical exchange Bailey Banfield.
The Dockers later stated Tucker used to be doing neatly however suffered concussion, whilst stand-in trainer Jaymie Graham stated the 25-year-old must be OK in spite of the regarding incident.
“I’m not sure, it was scary,” Graham stated after the fit.
“We were all concerned for his health but he’s down in the rooms and he’s quite bubbly.
“He said everything’s fine, so I think they’re going to have to investigate a bit further on that one.
“I’m not even sure if he hit his head, actually. We’re not sure, but all I can say is he’s healthy and that’s the main thing.”
Fremantle ruled the western derby, operating away with a dominant 102 (15.12) to 47 (7.5) win.
The Dockers take a seat 5th at the AFL ladder after 3 rounds, whilst the harm and Covid-ravaged Eagles are one in all 3 winless groups.