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The Demographics of Football

The Demographics of Football

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Across the country, the number of high school kids playing football is declining. It’s a development that has been exacerbated by the accumulating evidence that the sport can cause brain trauma. In fact, a recent study found that almost 90 percent of the brains of deceased NFL players had signs of concussion-related trauma.

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But while the decline in football participation is a stark one, it’s just part of a much more nuanced picture of where America’s national obsession with the game is headed. A deeper dive into the demographics of football reveals as much about this country as it does about the sport itself.

KEYSTAKES: Roy Keane’s no-nonsense punditry cuts through the waffle, soft touch platitudes and lazy cliche. The former United captain delivers his verdicts in the studio with the same ruthless manner he once unleashed on players in a United jersey.

TRANSFERS: Despite spending almost PS1bn since Todd Boehly took over at Chelsea, the Blues are still struggling to keep their heads above water in the Premier League table. SunSport looks back at a handful of hailed signings that didn’t work out as expected.

KILLER: Joey Barton has been branded a ‘bully’ by Bristol Rovers’ head of recruitment following a negative experience with the outspoken former midfielder.

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