When it comes to football gear, the UK’s football clubs are the ones to look out for

There are three big reasons to be wary of what football teams wear at training: they can cause an injury, they can hurt you or they can be just plain annoying.

That’s according to an analysis of CCTV footage of a number of British football clubs.

The UK has some of the highest numbers of deaths and injuries at football matches in Europe.

And while it’s hard to pinpoint exactly what causes injury or death at football games, the findings are a warning for the rest of the world that football can be an increasingly dangerous activity for the fans and players. 

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Footballers may not wear proper protective gear When it’s time to wear a mask, it’s important that you are wearing the correct one.

If you’re wearing one you’ll be wearing it for several minutes, which could have serious consequences.

You should wear one that’s at least six inches in diameter, or a face mask of at least two inches in width.

It should be a clear-coloured one that you can easily see and is not so big as to make you miss a game.

If possible, wear the correct protective equipment.

It can be hard to tell what is actually in your head. 

2.

The headgear worn by players may be less effective than the headgear players wear It’s hard not to get carried away when it comes for a football match and try to pick out some of your team’s best players in a crowd of fans.

A team may have a kit which looks like it was designed by a schoolboy who has just been introduced to football.

But the kit may be much better than that.

A simple headgear like the one above will do just fine.

You’ll need to wear the proper protective equipment, and the players you’re going up against should wear the same one.

The key thing is to wear one which fits comfortably over your head, not one that sticks out. 

3.

The player’s face is the most important part of the mask A player’s head is where the most damage occurs.

So it’s a good idea to have a mask that’s fitted over it, even if it’s not exactly the one you’d wear on the pitch.

There’s a lot of evidence to suggest that wearing masks that are too tight can be a risk factor for injuries.

For example, when a player’s facial hair is pulled back in a tight way, the pressure is put on the skull, and it can cause more injuries.

If a player has a bad reaction to a mask and gets injured, it could be that the helmet doesn’t fit. 

4.

The players’ faces can look like a target It’s common to see footballers wearing headgear with different colours, designs and logos on them.

For some, this can be fine, but for others, it can make it difficult to see the face.

If the mask is too tight it could make it harder to see what’s going on.

For many, this could lead to a bad impression on the face, as they see the players’ eyes, and then they have to put up with a lot more shouting and swearing at the same time.

It’s also a good way to annoy a player who’s about to take a kick in the face because you can’t see where his head is. 5.

There are better ways to protect your head A good mask is a great way to keep your face covered, and is usually a good thing for most people.

But if you’re a player, a good headgear can be more effective.

You could wear a long, soft face mask with a hood.

This can be particularly effective if you can afford to pay for a mask which isn’t too big, and if it doesn’t stick out too much.

If your headgear is too big and it makes it difficult for you to see, or if it looks like you’re not wearing the proper gear, it may be better to go with a headgear which fits well over your face. 

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The mask can be worn to protect the face It’s not as bad to wear an actual mask on your face as it is to have the players wearing it, but there’s a reason why you shouldn’t just throw it on top of your head in front of the fans.

If it gets caught in your hair, it will make the players face look bigger and more dangerous. 

7.

It doesn’t make it easier to protect yourself There’s plenty of evidence that wearing a mask is better for you than wearing a proper one.

However, when it’s actually time to go and get a job or go out on the training pitch, wearing a face covering doesn’t seem to be the best option.

For footballers, it doesn