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England should follow U.S. soccer approach and ban children heading footballs - Ryan Mason - English Premier League News
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ESPN - Thu, 14 Feb 2019 06:25:00 GMT
Ryan Mason was forced to retire in February 2018. Former Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason has called for a ban on children heading footballs.  Mason, 27, retired from football in February last year after he fractured his skull while playing for Hull City against Chelsea in January 2017.  Editors' Picks Watch on ESPN networks in the U.S. ESPN+ is America's home for a host of professional soccer leagues from around the world, highlighted by Italy's Serie A, Major League Soccer, UEFA Nations League and English FA Cup. | ESPN+ schedule Welcome to the 2018 FC 100 ESPN FC's experts ranked the best men's players and managers in world football. Check out the list. How Mourinho unravelled at Man United Fear, paranoia, difficult behaviour and constant battling with club officials and players led to the inevitable, writes Rob Dawson. The greatest game never played When Boca Juniors and River Plate were set to meet in Argentina's most important match, Buenos Aires lost its mind, writes Wright Thompson. - Follow Transfer Talk LIVE - Fantasy: Set lineups, check scores! "If you have got a seven or eight-year-old heading a solid ball, and his brain and his bone in his skull isn't fully developed, that could potentially be doing damage," Mason, capped once by England, told BBC London. "I look at some kids and... - Read More, Here