Following a fresh study, Scottish football will outlaw heading before and after games.
The new recommendations follow studies that revealed football players have a three-and-a-half times higher risk of dying from a brain disorder.The new recommendations are the result of revolutionary research by Dr. Willie Stewart of Glasgow University. He and his research team found that football players have a three-and-a-half times higher risk of dying from a brain disorder and are more susceptible to illnesses like dementia. They connected it to excessive ball heading in football practises and games.The release of these rules today demonstrates our continuous dedication to player welfare.
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Following additional research by the SFA and Hampden Sports Clinic. the most recent guidelines are now being distributed to all adult clubs. including those operating at the professional level. 2020 will see a complete ban on heading for U12s. And Scotland was one of the first nations to establish concussion rules in response to the “if in doubt. sit them out” campaign. This season. Sky Sports’ primary channels. Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event. will broadcast up to 48 Cinch Premiership games in addition to at least five SWPL games. It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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2020 will mark the SFA’s complete ban on heading for U12 players. And Scotland was one of the first nations to adopt concussion guidelines following the “if in doubt, sit” campaign. Ian Maxwell. the Scottish FA’s chief executive. said: “The landmark University of Glasgow study (FIELD). which discovered that retired professional footballers had a higher risk of neurodegenerative disease than a matched population control group, has sparked a radical rethinking of football advice.” Today’s publication of the rules demonstrates our continuous dedication to player welfare.”
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It is crucial to stress that head injury and head tilt have both been proposed as potential contributing variables to neurodegenerative illness. even if the FIELD study was not intended to uncover the causes of this elevated risk. There have also been reports of head-related alterations in football players’ brain scans. Therefore, the objective is to minimise any possible cumulative effect by minimising total exposure. In addition to the SWPL. The Cinch Premiership will begin airing live on Sky Sports in 2024/25 for up to 60 matches.Scottish football fans may watch Sky Sports News (channel 409)’s rolling editorial coverage of the Cinch Premiership and SWPL all season long.