LIAM MACKEY: Mark Herrick's training aid could ease heading concerns in football

What began as an idea to help improve heading proficiency in football could, in these fast-changing and uncertain times, turn out to be something which helps ensure that one of the sport’s signature but now increasingly controversial skills, can safely retain its place in the game, writes Liam Mackey.

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