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ETIOLOGY OF SOCCER INJURIES IN 1. CROATIAN FOOTBALL DIVISION

Ivan Radman ; Kineziološki fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Valentin Barišić ; Kineziološki fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Mirela Šunda ; Gimnazija A.G. Matoša, Đakovo


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The aim of this study was to identify the specific
football situations and immediate technical and tactical
causes of injuries in training process and competition of
elite Croatian football. The study was conducted on the
sample of 175 players from seven football (soccer) clubs
of the First Croatian Football Division at the beginning of
the season 2010/2011 Croatian Championship. The
subjects were tested before the start of regular practice by
means of survey. The results showed that 40% off all
injuries occur during autumn competitive period.
Significantly more injuries were sustained due to
exposure to training load (60%). The highest percentage
of injuries was recorded in the phase of defence set (26%).
According to the ball possession, the highest injury risk
was recorded during immediate contact with the ball or
fight for her possession. In 70% of all injuries, recorded
injuring mechanism was the physical contact with an
opponent. As prevention, implementation of training
process should take place under conditions of controlled
load in order to reduce the number of training caused
injuries. The number of injuries caused by direct physical
duel with an opponent is significantly higher than in
Western European leagues, and indicate the need to raise
the player body's hardiness and tactical maturity of team
trainers.

Ključne riječi

injury, football, diagnosis, prevention

Hrčak ID:

71367

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/71367

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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