Cove Rangers v Aberdeen deserted after Jordon Brown suffers head damage
Cove Rangers and Aberdeen have been compelled to desert Sunday’s pre-season pleasant on the Balmoral Stadium after Jordon Brown suffered a severe head damage.
Brown, 25, collided with Dons defender Andrew Considine within the second half with the guests main 2-1.
An ambulance was referred to as with spectators requested to depart, with Brown receiving therapy for over 25 minutes.
Cove Rangers confirmed later he had been launched from hospital after being assessed.
Referee Alex Shepherd, Cove supervisor John Sheran and Aberdeen counterpart Derek McInnes agreed to cease the sport after 50 minutes following the damage.
He was given oxygen on the pitch as physios from each groups and the Aberdeen staff physician assisted earlier than paramedics arrived.
Brown was aware when he was moved into the ambulance and brought to hospital.
Cove Rangers mentioned in a press release: “The membership wish to report that Jordon has been assessed by the medical staff at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, his scans are all clear and he can be discharged this night and monitored over an additional 48 hour interval.”
Aberdeen tweeted: “The ideas of everybody on the membership are with Jordon at this second and we want him a speedy restoration.”
The previous Aberdeen youth participant signed for Cove in June after 5 years with Peterhead.
The pleasant was organized to formally open Cove’s new stadium.
The Highland League champions, who have been overwhelmed by League Two Cowdenbeath within the Pyramid Play-Off ultimate in Could, host Hearts within the Scottish League Cup group stage on Wednesday.