Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science, Football (Soccer)
Wiley, Jul 27, 1994 - Medical - 227 pages
Soccer has been written primarily for team trainers, coaches and athletes involved in the game, but should also be of interest to doctors and other health professionals involved in the treatment of soccer players. The coverage is comprehensive, with chapters on every aspect of the game from tactics to nutrition, and from the history of soccer to injury treatment and prevention. Special chapters deal with the female soccer player, the referee, and the goalkeeper and the role of the team physician.
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