Expertise and perceptual-cognitive performance in soccer : a review

  title={Expertise and perceptual-cognitive performance in soccer : a review},
  author={Filipe Luis Martins Casanova and Jose Oliveira and Mark Williams and J{\'u}lio Garganta},
This review characterizes the importance of game intelligence between soccer players of different competition levels and according to a specific positional field status. However, research evidence on this topic is inconclusive and in some reports the importance of the perceptual-cognitive skills in the anticipation and decision-making performance remains unclear. Our intention is merely informative and indicative of the surrounding literature on the sport expertise, with the particular interest… CONTINUE READING
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