CTE Diagnosed in Ex-MLS Player Vermillion
Scientists have analyzed constant horrible encephalopathy in a Major League Soccer player interestingly,
saying Tuesday that safeguard Scott Vermillion experienced the degenerative cerebrum sickness.
The Boston University CTE Center said Vermillion,
who passed on from an unplanned medication glut in December 2020 at 44 years old, had the sickness.
Despite the fact that it is preposterous to expect to interface any singular case to a reason,
CTE has been connected to rehashed hits to the head.
CTE has been tracked down in excess of 100 previous NFL players
as well as semi-expert and secondary school soccer players.
Vermillion played for the Kansas City Wizards,
Colorado Rapids and D.C. Joined together, is the first from MLS.
Vermillion started playing soccer at 5 years old and went on for quite a long time,
finishing in four MLS seasons.
He additionally played for the United States at the 1993 Under-17 World
Championship and showed up for the Under-20 group in 1996.