In a Greek soccer game over the weekend between two second-division teams, AEL Larissa and Ergotelis, there was some questionable medical attention given to one injured player.
In a Greek soccer game over the weekend between AEL Larissa and Ergotelis, there was some questionable medical attention given to one injured player.
Injured midfielder Leondro Koutris was helped to his knees by a medic wearing navy blue running pants, sneakers, a hat and a mullet, then was carelessly flung onto the stretcher.
He didn’t seem too happy about this, but that was about to be the least of his problems.
It’s when Koutris is lifted into the air on the stretcher that we meet the second member of this crack squad, a man wearing blue jeans and a large green polo shirt. He picks up the stretcher and absolutely guns it to the sideline.
Mullet man is flustered. He tries his best to catch up and then absolutely eats it. Koutris is in disbelief.
Koutris sticks his right arm out, possibly in a desperate cry for help, before our friend once again drops him. This time, he falls on top of Koutris, crushing him into the ground.
Somehow, all three made it off of the field, and a trainer shooed away mullet man, who walked away with his hands on his hips in distress.
If this happened in the MLS, it would be appointment television.
- Kenny Ducey