Might 2024 be the year that we finally see football authorities take the lead in their battle to address the game’s harmful impact on the brain?
Given the decades in which the sport’s leaders have had to be dragged kicking and screaming into the neurological fight, perhaps that is optimistic.
Events are conspiring, however, to at least build momentum needed for change in football this year.
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