£431m in wages was not properly utilised across Europe’s top five leagues last season. Reports hint at even higher costs this year as Paul Macdonald asks us to consider the financial impact if we were able to reduce this even 10%…
Football governing bodies are coming to the realisation that the market for attention is more competitive than ever, and the landscape will continue to change. But one thing is certain: fans desire to witness the best players performing at their peak regularly.
AI-based risk detection and recommendation platform will continue to support medical and physio teams in athlete performance management until 2026.
AI-based risk detection and recommendation platform announces a strategic partnership with Math&Sport aimed at further enhancing sports performance analytics in Italy.
The invaluable feedback garnered from our clients and partners has been seamlessly integrated into the most recent round of updates to the Zone7 platform, resulting in a series of practical workflow improvements and new features for managers, coaching staff, and practitioners.
In a recent research group conducted with members of the League Managers Association (LMA), Zone7 explored the role of AI in enhancing managers decision-making capabilities and optimising workload exposure during training sessions.
DPs are the main draws, the star attractions. From a marketing perspective, these are the talents with which the MLS is sold around the world. As a result, making sense of their performance data, mitigating injury risk, and managing their workload is crucial to the success of the team and the league, both on and off the pitch.
The move to more added time throws a metaphorical wrench into the wheels for players, coaches, and performance staff. As the baseline of what players need to physically do in games rises, existing workload models are destabilised and the calibration of workload parameters need to be revisited.
Rich Buchanan was joined on the Zone7 Performance Podcast by Anton McElhone, former Head of Sports Science at Celtic FC, to discuss changes throughout his career, switching between football management and performance roles, and differences working under various managers and in various leagues
In this article, Zone7’s Performance Director, Rich Buchanan explores how the company tackles clients’ missing workload data and the methods that Zone7 employs to ensure longitudinal data integrity.
Experienced Sports Science Consultant, Jo Clubb provides comment on Zone7’s recent white paper on ‘The Importance of Workload, Strength, Recovery and Environmental Context Data in an Injury Risk Forecasting Model’.
Dr Raffaele Landolfi, medical director at SSC Napoli, gives his first hand perspective working with Zone7 and applying AI within his Scudetto-winning environment at the Isokinetics Conference 2023