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References Allcorn, E. Issues management and business arising from the transformation of the soccer industry, In T Reilly, J Bangsbo, M Hughes (Eds.), Science and Football III, 1997, E & FN Spon. Bloom, GA. Characteristics, strategies and knowledge of expert team sport coaches. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Ottawa, 1997, Ontario. Chelladurai, P. Leadership in sports: A review. Int J Sport Psychol, 1990; 21: 328-354. Chelladurai P, Carron, AV. Athletic maturity and preferred leadership. J Sport Psychol, 1983; 5: 371-380. Chelladurai P, Carron AV

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; Musch and Grondin, 2001). Previous studies have identified the RAE in many individual sports including swimming ( Costa et al., 2013 ; Medic et al., 2009 ), athletics (Romann and Cobley, 2015), and winter sports ( Müller et al., 2015 ; Romann and Fuchslocher, 2014). This phenomenon has also been identified in team sports, especially those that value physical strength such as soccer (Augste and Lames, 2011; Diaz Del Campo et al., 2010; Helsen et al., 2012 ; Romann and Fuchslocher, 2013), basketball (Delorme and Raspaud, 2009; Schorer et al., 2011 ), handball

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References Bangsbo, J. The physiology of soccer-with special reference to intense intermittent exercise. Acta Physiol Scand , 1994. 15(suppl 619): 1-155. Bhatti, R., Shaikh, D.M. The Effect of Exercise on Blood Parameters. Pakistan Journal of Physiology , 2007, 3(2): 44-46. Biancotti, P.P., Caropreso, A., Di Vincenzo, G.C., Ganzit, G.P., Gribaudo, C.G. Hematological status in a group of male athletes of different sports. J Sport Med Phys Fit , 1992. 32: 70-75. Boyadjiev, N., Taralov, Z. Red blood cell variables in highly trained pubescent athletes: a

Introduction Female soccer has increased in popularity at all levels of play, with an estimated 6.3 million participants over 7 years of age ( Olson, 2008 ). While research into soccer has significantly increased in the last twenty or so years, there still exists a large disparity in the volume of studies involving male and female players. Research that has had the most significant influence on soccer development investigated the physical demands, on-pitch technical and tactical performance, morphological characteristics of players, optimal training methods for

the influence of sports participation on bone health has been proposed: low-impact sports, such as swimming and cycling; odd-impact sports, such as soccer, basketball, and racquet games; or high-impact sports, such as volleyball and karate ( Tenforde and Fredericson, 2011 ). Focusing on soccer, this odd-impact sport has been defined by a combination of high-intensity actions such as running, changes of direction, starts, stops, jumps, and kicks, that have a positive effect on bone mass ( Bangsbo, 1994 ). Moreover, it is most likely one of the most practised sports