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Free symposium on soccer injuries set for Monday in New Jersey

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If you are a soccer player, coach or parent in the New Jersey/New York/Connecticut/Pennsylvania area who has always want to know more about how to manage and prevent soccer-related injuries, a special event slated for Monday evening could help provide the information you have been looking for.

The Tri-State Soccer Medical Symposium is taking place on Monday at 7 p.m. in West Orange, New Jersey. A free educational program for soccer injuries and prevential, the symposium features some of the leading figures in sports and soccer medicine. The event will also feature U.S. national team legends Tab Ramos and Claudio Reyna, who are both featured speakers at the symposium.

The symposium will take place at Mayfair Farms (481 Eagle Rock Avenue, West Orange, NJ). To register for the event, send an email to


  1. Too bad this wasnt around to keep Charlie Renken from ruining his career.

    Any truth that John O Brien , Cory Gibb, andJonathan Spector are giving clinics on what NOT to do?

  2. damn it. i work that day. why couldnt you guys tell me like 2 weeks ago. I want to be an athletic trainer too. how do i find out what they do at symposium if i do not go?

  3. Maybe Tab and Cladio are the speakers on what happens when you don’t take care of injuries.

    “Here is my career with injuries and here is what it could have been without.” by Tab Ramos and Claudio Reyna.

  4. “A free educational program for soccer injuries and prevential … The event will also feature …. Claudio Reyna”

    Hahahaha….anyone else find this funny?

  5. oh wow…I hope Reyna can also teach everyone that move in the Ghana game at WC ’06. Important to prevent injuries by laying down on the field and allowing the opposition to score in the most important game of the tournament thusfar. I assume he will also be talking about how to get a guaranteed contract so that you can still get paid exorbitant amounts of money to do nothing but re-injure yourself and sit on the sidelines.


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