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  • Chapecoense air crash survivor Neto retires from soccer

    SAO PAULO (AP) - One of the six survivors of the air crash that killed almost all of the Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense in 2016 announced his playing retirement on Friday. Neto, a 34-year-old defender, spent two years rehabilitating after the crash that killed 71 people in Colombia. He returned

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  • Chapecoense air crash survivor Neto retires from soccer

    SAO PAULO (AP) - One of the six survivors of the air crash that killed almost all of the Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense in 2016 announced his playing retirement on Friday. Neto, a 34-year-old defender, spent two years rehabilitating after the crash that killed 71 people in Colombia. He returned

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  • Germany to monitor health of 300 retired soccer players

    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) - Germany has launched a study of professional soccer players’ health after retirement in an attempt to understand the game’s long-term effects. The German soccer federation, the league, and a major insurance institution have teamed up to invest 450,000 euros ($495,000) to study 300 former players over

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  • BC soccer coach Ed Kelly retires after 32 years

    BOSTON (AP) - Boston College men’s soccer coach Ed Kelly has retired after 32 years. Kelly was the winningest coach in BC history, with a record of 289-239-67. He also spent time at Seton Hall and was one of 15 active coaches with more than 325 career victories. BC’s season

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