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Centre for Active Lifestyles, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds LS1 3HE, UK



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Excerpt Bruun and colleagues 1 provide a timely and thorough insight into the potential health opportunities on offer via the structural organisation of football associations, football clubs and the global grip of the beautiful game. Their extensive evaluation framework represents an important clarion call for those concerned with football-led health improvement. At the same time, it is wise to consider how this can be made realistic and relevant to those who may regard the football-led ‘concept’ as too alternative or even inappropriate, in the contemporary socio-political and economic context.

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Autor: Daniel Parnell * , Andy Pringle †, Jim McKenna † and Stephen Zwolinsky †

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