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Football risks ‘eating itself’ in the race for engagement, but digital may be a small part of the solution

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Football has embraced social media in a huge way, but will its focus on digital technology undermine grassroots participation? Frank Dunne asks if the game is in danger of eating itself and looks at what Uefa is doing to prevent this.

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