The Football Medical Association have released a special statement in connection with dr Eva Carneiro’s decision to leave Chelsea Football Club.
Dr Carneiro has left Stamford Bridge after her quarrel with Jose Mourinho after she ran on to the pitch to help Eden Hazard during the match against Swansea on the opening day of the campaign on August 8.
As a result of this situation, Carneiro has been axed from Chelsea bench. However, the 42-year-old has been asked to to return to work last Friday but she failed to show and has not been seen since.
The FA statement read:
“The FMA is extremely disappointed that Dr Eva Carneiro will not be resuming her full duties as first team doctor at Chelsea Football Club.”
“As the representative body for medicine and science personnel in the professional game, the FMA aims to protect the rights of its members.”
“Having recently been contacted by Eva, we have offered our full support in attempting to negotiate a satisfactory outcome.”
“Unfortunately this has not resulted in our preferred outcome. Chelsea considers this now to be an internal matter and it is for Chelsea and Eva’s appointed lawyers to discuss any further action.”