Would Banning Headers In Soccer Solve The Concussion Problem?

Would Banning Headers In Soccer Solve The Concussion Problem?

By Jessie Rack

Most concussions in youth soccer happen during heading the ball. But it isn’t the ball’s fault, researchers say. Rather, it’s player collisions. Avoiding aggressive play would help reduce injuries.

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