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FIFA president addresses concussion concerns in soccer
Because soccer is a contact sport, not a collision sport like football, it has received less attention when it comes to brain injuries and concussion issues.
However, a recent study determined that soccer players who head the ball regularly could be at risk for brain injuries, even if they have never been concussed.
It serves as part of a growing body of research on the potential dangers faced by soccer players.