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The role of the doctor

Published: Thursday 3 September 2009, 15.54CET
We examine the job of the women's football doctor.

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Published: Thursday 3 September 2009, 15.54CET

The role of the doctor

We examine the job of the women's football doctor.

The UEFA Training Ground finds out just what is involved in being a doctor for an international women's football team. We speak to England's Pippa Bennett and Iceland team medic Reynir Bjornsson about all issues affecting their jobs, from how they are deal with a tournament scenario to new threats in recent years such as swine flu.

 
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