The wider context of performance analysis and it application in the football coaching process

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Wright, C.; Carling, C.,; Collins, D.;
(2014)
  • Publisher: University of Wales Institute, Cardiff

The evolving role of PA and the associated proliferation of positions and internships within high performance sport has driven consideration for a change, or at least a broadening, of emphasis for use of PA analysis. In order to explore the evolution of PA from both an ... View more
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