Cognitive skills of elite football players are essential for developing high efficiency and reduce recovery time after an injury

Ricard Pruna Grive, Kathija Bahdur


Football is the most popular sport in the world with more than 200 million people playing the sport worldwide (Hassabi et al., 2010). The decision-making ability of a player impacts their performances taking into account the readeness after an injury in reducing the time lost. Decisions within a sports context are dynamic with players required to make correct decisions while under pressure, with limited time, during various intensities of exercise and sometimes with limited resources and information (Davids et al., 2008; Glöckner et al., in press; Johnson, 2006; McMorris & Graydon, 1996).

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