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tigerskin
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New study about soccer and traumatic brain injury


WarSlamEagle
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re: New study about soccer and traumatic brain injury
Restraining myself from making a Twellman comment.


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saderade
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re: New study about soccer and traumatic brain injury
Recently went to a lecture on this topic recently and the speaker was one of the leading researchers on sport's concussions and brain injury. He said they are just beginning to get into heading the ball in soccer but he definitely thinks it could lead to damage over the years.


LSUSOBEAST1
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Member since Aug 2008
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re: New study about soccer and traumatic brain injury
You mean to tell me hitting a ball that is moving 50+ mph with your head isn't good for your brain? I'm shocked.


GeorgeTheGreek
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re: New study about soccer and traumatic brain injury
Proof is in the pudding. Look at what it did to Alexi Lalas.


Bho
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Member since Dec 2007
23761 posts

re: New study about soccer and traumatic brain injury
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Proof is in the pudding. Look at what it did to Alexi Lalas.



Helped him grow a sweet stache?


RandySavage
Member since May 2012
14021 posts

re: New study about soccer and traumatic brain injury
Good thing Roger Goodell has no jurisdiction here. He'd have all the players looking like Petr Cech.


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StraightCashHomey21
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Member since Jul 2009
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re: New study about soccer and traumatic brain injury
its a collision sport deal with it


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