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Is English football considered a contact sport?


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Answered 2007-07-06 20:23:11

Yes it is, many serious injuries have been caused by lawful contact, such as sliding tackles where the defender has touched the ball before he makes contact with the player in posession,as long as no malicious intent is apparent.

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