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Chelsea boss Lampard open to training changes in response to dementia fears


 The Blues boss is concerned about the long-term health of his players and has called on proper guidelines to be introduced

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has admitted he's considering making training changes to combat growing concerns about football and dementia. 

England legend Sir Bobby Charlton was recently diagnosed with dementia, while Nobby Stiles sadly passed away last month after battling the illness. 

Recent research has suggested that players are more likely to develop dementia later in life as a result of heading the ball but clubs are yet to be told to make any changes. 

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