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What performance-related variables dictate success in the UEFA Champions League – A research review by Dylan Mernagh

What performance-related variables best differentiate between eliminated and qualified teams for the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League by Carlos H. Almeida...

Small-sided games are a good indication of football talent! A research review by Dan Bernardin

The use of small-sided games to asses skill proficiency in youth soccer players: a talent identification tool by K. Bennett, A. Novak, M....

Improve your speed and jumping performance by correcting limb asymmetries! By Dylan Mernagh

Vertical and horizontal asymmetries are related to slower sprinting and jumping performance in elite youth female soccer players by C. Bishop., P. Read.,...

Sleep – Nature’s Greatest Secret by Luke Lawrence

‘Sleep is for wimps!’ ‘If you snooze, you lose!’ Both these sentiments appear to accurately reflect the value that the majority of us...

Why max speed testing with light gates is a waste of time by Dan Bernardin

Peak speed determination in football: is sprint testing necessary? By T. Massard, T. Eggers, and R. Lovell in Science and Medicine in Football...

Cognitive Bias: Is this natural flaw of the brain limiting our understanding of the beautiful game by Luke Lawrence

Football is said to be a game of opinions. Everyone involved in the game whether it is the fans, pundits, media, players or...