Principles and practices of training for soccer

@inproceedings{Morgans2014PrinciplesAP,
  title={Principles and practices of training for soccer},
  author={Ryland Morgans and Patrick H A Orme and Liam J. Anderson and Barry Drust},
  year={2014}
}
The complexity of the physical demands of soccer requires the completion of a multi-component training programme. The development, planning, and implementation of such a programme are difficult due partly to the practical constraints related to the competitive schedule at the top level. The effective planning and organisation of training are therefore crucial to the effective delivery of the training stimulus for both individual players and the team. The aim of this article is to provide an… CONTINUE READING
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