Jack87 news today,  Footballers heading to this month’s World Cup in Qatar face a greater risk of injury and stress due to their tight schedules, asianbookie global players’ union Fifpro said in a report.

The report, released on Tuesday, highlighted the lack of recovery time for players after the World Cup.

Europe’s top bk8bk8 malaysia leagues have just entered their mid-season break to accommodate the tournament in Qatar from November 20 to December 18.

The Premier League will resume on Boxing Day – just eight days after the World Cup final, while the rest before the Nations League resumes will be 26 and 34 days after 2018 and 2014 respectively.

“After a congested first half of the season, the average preparation and recovery time for many players will be seven and eight days, respectively, around four times less than usual,” the report said.

“This can increase the risk of muscle injury and mental stress. The significant reduction in preparation and recovery time before and after this World Cup poses an ominous threat to players’ health and hinders performance optimization.”

The report also analysed the workload of players between July 2021 and October 2022 and found that of all 32 World Cup teams, Portugal’s players spent the most cumulative minutes on the field, followed by Brazil and Mexico.

Liverpool and Netherlands defender Virgil van Dijk topped the charts with 7,597 minutes in the time period analysed.

Joao Cancelo, Sadio Mane, Antonio Ruediger and Harry Kane are the other players who have played more than 7,200 minutes.

“The malaysia bk8 data underscores the mental and physical stress that many national team players face because of an overcrowded match schedule without due regard for their fitness and performance,” said Fifpro deputy secretary Simon Colosimo.


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