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Roses Rivalry Revived in December

This December will see the return of a great rivalry to the top-flight stage, with Leeds and Manchester United clashing in the Premier League for the first time in sixteen years. Teams as prolific as Manchester United seldom want for rivals, especially in the post-1992 ‘Premier League’ era of top-flight football, where the rewards for … Read more Roses Rivalry Revived in December

Making Soccer Safer in the Era of New Normality

The recent experience of an amateur German soccer team that sent seven socially distant players to face a rival on the field showed that this measure probably won’t work too well for most (the COVID-19-fearing team lost 37-0). Soccer is by nature a contact sport; one in which players often have to get close together to defend … Read more Making Soccer Safer in the Era of New Normality

Basic Diabetes Care Tips for Avid Soccer Players

Real Madrid defender Nacho Fernandez was only twelve years old when he was told that his days of playing soccer were over, after being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 2002. On the Monday after his initial diagnosis, Fernandez returned to the hospital where he was seen by another doctor. This time he received good news. … Read more Basic Diabetes Care Tips for Avid Soccer Players

Footballer’s Migraine: What It Is And How To Deal With It

The term ‘Footballer’s Migraine’ has been around for about a decade, but very little is concretely understood about it. Loosely described as something similar to a cluster headache, Footballer’s Migraines are brought on by repeated blows to the head, whether by contact with the ball or other collisions over the course of play. While a great … Read more Footballer’s Migraine: What It Is And How To Deal With It

Here’s Why You Should Play Soccer In Your 50s And Beyond

Staying active in your 50s and beyond is one of the best ways to maintain your physical and mental health throughout your golden years. However, the majority of older Americans aren’t getting enough exercise, with the CDC reporting that about 31 million adults aged 50 and older are living a sedentary lifestyle. As adults need 150 minutes … Read more Here’s Why You Should Play Soccer In Your 50s And Beyond

Why Soccer is an Ideal Sport for Kids with Autism

One in 68 children in the United States have autism spectrum disorder (ASD), reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Autism is a developmental disability that can affect a child’s ability to socialize and communicate. If your child has autism, this is why finding ways to foster these skills kindly and empathetically is key. Soccer … Read more Why Soccer is an Ideal Sport for Kids with Autism

Coronavirus and its effect on the Soccer World

As the Coronavirus pandemic puts the majority of the planet on lockdown, social distancing is not just a problem for average workers, but our beloved athletes in the Soccer world have also been affected. Virtually every Soccer league on the planet has now postponed its schedule until further notice of course with the exception of … Read more Coronavirus and its effect on the Soccer World

Ready For Spring Training? How Soccer Players Can Survive Allergy Season

As spring quickly approaches, athletes are getting ready to hang their winter attire and embrace the joys of soccer season. Unfortunately, it is also the time when seasonal allergies spring into action. Based on a study of recreational runners, only 0.5% out of the 42% with reported allergies took prescription medication before exercise, according to the Allergy … Read more Ready For Spring Training? How Soccer Players Can Survive Allergy Season