Rangers chief Steven Gerrard against the total driving ban in Scotland

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Rangers chief Steven Gerrard against the total driving ban in Scotland

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Steven Gerrard is against a large-scale ban on young players

Steven Gerrard is against a large-scale ban on young players

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard supports the changes with which young players can direct the ball, but this is against a complete ban.

Gerrard agrees that the problem of dementia needs to be addressed, but favors an alternative approach to the reported plans for a total ban on targeting players under 12 in Scotland.

A study by the University of Glasgow, cited in a statement by Headway, a association for brain injury, concluded that professional football players are at a higher risk of “neurodegenerative diseases than the general public”, and that “there are advantages to considering such movement (a prohibition). “

Gerrard said: “It is certainly something that I support in terms of the severity of the risk of dementia. But there are ways to do it when it comes to the debate about the prohibition to go completely for children under 12 years of age. “

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“I loved throwing balls, probably from the age of four.

“So I wouldn’t take them off completely, because they watch their heroes on television every day, headlines and score goals.”

“But you can certainly do things in which you can help them by making smaller or lighter balls or by addressing yourself in a different way without using the heavy balls.”

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