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Aerobic Fitness Relation to Match Performance of Japanese Soccer Referees

@inproceedings{Ishihara2015AerobicFR,
  title={Aerobic Fitness Relation to Match Performance of Japanese Soccer Referees},
  author={Yoshihiko Ishihara and Hisashi Naito and Hayao Ozaki and Masafumi Yoshimura},
  year={2015}
}
Soccer referees enforce the game rules. They are responsible for controlling player behaviour during match play (Castagna et al., 2007). Therefore, they are obliged to be in the best position to view a play by keeping up with players and making appropriate decisions (Weston et al., 2010, 2012). Recent reports have described that the risk of incorrect decisions was lowest when the distance from a foul was as short as 11–15 m (Mallo et al., 2012). The mean distance from a foul during a match (i.e… 

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