Recent studies have linked a form of dementia called CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy) with the act of heading a football. A recent BBC documentary presented by Newcastle United and England legend Alan Shearer has brought this issue to the forefront of the sport. The documentary touched on stories such as the Jeff Astle case, and gauged how people involved in the sport felt about the issue. We have done our own investigation into what some players feel this new information could mean for the game.
With the busy festive period coming up in the Championship, our ParkLife sports correspondents Sam Bytheway and Lewis Harborn look back on the season so far and predict what lies ahead for the rest of the season. Do they think the top two of Leeds United and West Brom are safe? Find out HERE
With VAR technology set to be introduced into the Premier League next season, ParkLife Sport reporters Tom Collins, Ethan Georgiou and James Morgan sat down with Bristol Live sports editor Aidan McCartney to discuss what it will mean for the future of football.
Following the reappointment of Zinedine Zidane at Spanish giants Real Madrid, it seems only appropriate to take a look at some of the top managers who’ve returned to their former sides and been successful with it as well. Zidane in particular was very successful at Los Blancos, both as a manager and a player as […]