Tears, Pulls & Strains

The physical demands of football on the body’s structures require specialised training. Sometimes, though, it can be too much for muscles, ligaments or tendons, and an injury can happen. Leading medical experts, along with elite players and backroom staff of their clubs, explain in football4footballl exclusives how they deal with it. Injuries to the Hamstrings or the Achilles, for example, are common and can happen at any level football; therefore, players, coaches and parents need to learn about it. 

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