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with equal vs unequal numbers of players in small-sided football games Int J Perform Anal Sport 2014 14 2 594 605 Vilar L, Araújo D, Davids K, Bar-Yam Y. Science of winning soccer: Emergent pattern-forming dynamics in association football. J Syst Sci Complex 2013; 26(1): 73–84 Vilar L Araújo D Davids K Bar-Yam Y Science of winning soccer: Emergent pattern-forming dynamics in association football J Syst Sci Complex 2013 26 1 73 84 Vilar L, Esteves PT, Travassos B, Passos P, Lago-peñas C, Davids K. Varying Numbers of Players in Small-Sided Soccer Games Modifies

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football (2012–2016): A Systematic Review. Sport Med 2018; 48: 799–836 Sarmento H Clemente FM Araújo D Davids K McRobert A Figueiredo A What performance analysts need to know about research trends in association football (2012–2016): A Systematic Review Sport Med 2018 48 799 836 Serra-Olivares J, González-Víllora S, García-López LM, Araújo D. Game based approachesʹ pedagogical principles: exploring task constraints in youth soccer. J Hum Kinet 2015; 46: 251-261 Serra-Olivares J González-Víllora S García-López LM Araújo D Game based approachesʹ pedagogical principles

-country skiing 30-40 30-40 association football 70-85 70-85 speed skating 40-50 40-50 * single performance - participation in a gymnastic event competition, a fencing or wrestling match, an attempt in jumping events, a football match. While referring to a number of foreign authors (Gudger, Shaal) Platonov emphasized that the practice of the recent decades showed that too frequent and spontaneous participation of an athlete in competitions made it hard to organize optimal planning and implementation of training plans, disturbed basic relationships and principles and lead to

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). Furthermore, FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) has recently approved the use of electronic devices in official competitions (Laws of the Game 2015‐2016). More recently, the development of inertial devices has enabled internal and external training loads to be monitored with the same unit. These devices are composed of different sensors (accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, GPS, etc.) and they have attained excellent validity and reliability ( Barrett et al., 2016 ; Coutts and Duffield, 2010 ). Nowadays, one of the most frequently used load