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Health & Fit An Austrian study figures the impact of COVID on

15:15  16 october  2021
15:15  16 october  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

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  Une étude autrichienne chiffre l'impact de la Covid sur les joueurs players © supplied by Sofoot

COVID has a long-term impact on players' performance? The question, far from stupid, deserved to be asked. This falls well: an Austrian study did so, while COVID-19 cases continue to touch the world of football, like Theo Hernandez and Adrien Rabiot recently.

To study the long-term side effects of the contamination of a football player, the authors of the study focused on the examples of the Bundesliga and Serie A. Their observations concluded that, six months after the Infection, performances are still 5% less good for contaminated players. A figure obtained by analyzing the average play time, the number of interceptions, the distance traveled or the influence of the player during the matches, including through the average number of affected balloons.

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The In-Game Performance Of Professional Soccer Players Who Had A Recent Covid-19 Infection, Drops by 6% .Performance is Still 5% Lower 6 Months Late With Notable Negative Spillovers On Team Performance.Cool Paper by @Schmal_W & @JJready : https://t.co/jy6bjavryq pic.twitter.com/chbqsxkbio

- Florian eDERER (@florianederer) october 14, 2021

Finally an explanation to the step of Steve Mandanda for the benefit of Pau Lopez.

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