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RT @alljoy: @TheKimAlexander @ESSENCE_Debates Exactly As parents you steer your child
RT @kymiller00: @alljoy @ESSENCE_Debates <<< This. Always be diligent who you let your child play for. Not all coaches should be coaches
RT @TheUnCagedOne: @alljoy @ESSENCE_Debates There's been some crack down on using helmets as a weapon 2 help tackling. I agree w/ the rule,?
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