How the world’s top soccer players are measuring themselves – Part II

The latest in football body measurements, this one based on the size of the head, neck and torso, are proving to be as controversial as ever.

This week the European football body Unidos Football Professionos (UnfP) released the results of a study of 7,000 players aged 15 to 24.

It found that the average player in Europe is 6ft 3in tall and weighs around 160kg.

While the average height of a football player in Spain is around 6ft 2in, in the United Kingdom the average is 6’3in.

The study found that some players have larger heads than others, and that players who are taller tend to be taller than those who are shorter.

Some have thicker shoulders than others and some have a shorter torso.

While a lot of these measurements can be adjusted, the study found, there was one significant difference between the average head and neck measurements of the players analysed.

These measurements had a higher correlation with age, whereas the average body size for males was around 7.5cm and for females around 5cm.

The average height was around 5ft 10in for men and 6ft 4in for women.

But the biggest jump in height occurred in footballers aged 10 to 14, with the average 7.6cm tall player, according to the study.

The biggest drop in height was seen in the 15- to 24-year-old age group.

The researchers say this is because many of these players are growing up.

“The increase in height in young boys is probably due to the fact that they play with more strength and play more physically, and the fact they get more opportunities to exercise in the gym,” says Carlos Vazquez, who led the research for UnfP.

The findings were based on a survey of 798 players who took part in the study, and were released on Wednesday.

The players’ height and weight were measured by a medical expert at a hospital in Madrid.

They are now the subjects of a major study, due to be published later this year.

This is a much more thorough analysis than the one published in the last year, with a total of 10,917 players.

However, this study is based on self-reporting.

There is a difference in the number of players who have been examined in the past two years, because the survey was done between 2014 and 2016.

It’s not yet clear what causes the differences, but it is possible that the changes are due to people taking different measurements.

The authors say there is still a lot to be learned from this study, but they have a number of suggestions.

The most important thing to remember is that the head and torso measurements can vary widely between countries.

“In the United States, a player’s height and mass is very close to the body size, so the average length of a man is very similar to the average weight,” Vazques says.

So there are countries with a lot more tall people, countries with very short people, people who are not very muscular.” “

And for some countries, the torso measurements have been lower than the head measurements.

So there are countries with a lot more tall people, countries with very short people, people who are not very muscular.”

Some players have also been measuring their own bodies.

“This study shows that players do have a lot in common with each other,” Vavzquez says.

This also helps explain the popularity of football.

“There’s a lot that people talk about in football, but also it’s an opportunity for players to show that they’re fit, healthy and that they can play.” “

The study is published in Medical Hypotheses, a journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.”

There’s a lot that people talk about in football, but also it’s an opportunity for players to show that they’re fit, healthy and that they can play.”

The study is published in Medical Hypotheses, a journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.