30-Nov-2017 09:19:00 | ESPNFC
Hassoun Camara, top, announced his retirement this week after suffering a number of head injuries.
Montreal Impact player Hassoun Camara has admitted he is "afraid" of the consequences of the concussions he suffered during the 2017 MLS season that have forced him to hang up his boots.
Camara, 33, announced his retirement in an open letter to Impact fans on the franchise's website this week after nearly seven years in Montreal.
The French-born full-back was sidelined as a consequence of the MLS's strict concussion protocol last term after suffering three severe blows to the head, and he told L'Equipe...