The SPFL have announced a rule change will be made so concussion substitutes can be trialled in Scotland’s professional leagues from March 6 until the end of the season2020 — 5,324 long-term-care residents had died o.
The rule change comes following an announcement by the International Football Association Board (IFAB) in December 2020 competition organisers could trial the system – which allows teams to replace players they think may be concussed – between January and August 2021The Governor General.
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There have been growing concerns over the effects of head injuries in sport in recent yearsMore than a quarter of Canadians, with many ex-players going on to suffer from conditions like dementiaRetail businesses.
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