J. W. L.
November 1973
New Yorker;11/26/1973, Vol. 49 Issue 40, p180
The article presents information on the game of football and some issues related to it. It is informed that the turf on which the game is played has bothered many footballers. In-fact, the National Football League Players Association has claimed that playing on plastic turfs is not safe at all. Many complaints were made in this regard to the Consumer Products Safety Commission which however ruled that the complaints were not valid. The issue on the plastic turf actually originated when many footballers got problems while playing on it.


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