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Premier League managers willing to curb heading following dementia fears

Chelsea's Frank Lampard said he is currently thinking about how his players train and supported principles to check heading in youth football prior to actualizing rules higher up the pyramid. 

"The standards should be more grounded to ensure we're not making more youthful youngsters head it on the off chance that they don't have to, Lampard said. 

"We need to begin with youth football. At the point when kids are creating, we can control the degrees of preparing. Anything we can do to make things more secure, we should.

Aston Villa's Dean Smith, whose father was determined to have dementia before he kicked the bucket of Covid-19, repeated Bilic's perspectives about requiring more examination. 

"Dementia and Alzheimer's is more pervasive all through the world now tragically, however I think in the event that there is a relationship between's going a football and dementia, at that point we have to accomplish something," Smith said. 

"The balls were heavier in those days. We are completely disheartened about the previous players who are enduring with dementia.

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