US concussion expert says World Cup players set bad example for football youth

  • by: JIMMY GOLEN , Associated Press
  • Updated: July 16, 2014 - 5:03 AM

BOSTON — World Cup organizers repeatedly failed to follow their own concussion protocol and then failed to take advantage of the international interest in the tournament to teach football fans and young players about the dangers of head injuries, U.S. concussion expert Chris Nowinski said Tuesday.

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