Brighton defender Connor Goldson has told The Times football clubs should carry out more checks on players to detect heart problems.
Goldson, 24, has not played competitively since January after the discovery of a swollen aorta left him fearing for his career.
Former Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote died after collapsing while training in June, while Eugene Kouame passed away earlier this month after suffering a heart attack.
Goldson said: "You look at Tiote. You never know what can happen. Two...