|Auflage||2. Auflage, 2006|
Football is probably the most widespread sport in the world. Like many other sports football has undergone major changes. It has increased in intensity, speed, and other factors contributing to increased risks of traumatic injury. Footballers, trainers, and the sport's medical staff are asking for greater information on the traumatic lesions associated with football. The primary role of those concerned with the health of footballers is to enforce preventive measures to reduce the risks of trauma.