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Osgood Schlatter's and Sever's Disease: overuse football injuries in children

I'm sure every young footballer would have a kick around every hour of the day if they could. And yes, it is great for their physical and mental wellbeing. But how much is too much? Overtraining has been known to cause serious injury. 

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