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Reduction of Decisionmaking Error Amongst Football Referees: A Systematic Literature Review

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 11375-11388

Keywords : Referees; Reduction; DecisionMaking Errors (DMEs); &Football;

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Studies have shownthat over 25% of the decisions made by the referees are wrong. In a bid to avoid or reduceDecision Making Errors (DMEs) of referees, research in decision making and approaches to training referees for an improved decision making have increased over the last decade. Thus, by this work we systematically review and analyse of researches aimed at improving decision making amongst football referees through of training approaches. Through the proposed approach authors select twenty (20) studies out of five-hundred and seventy-seven (577) from 2009 to 2019. Results show that there exists an increasing trend in the number of yearly published in recent years with most published studies from European countries. The study concludes that reducesDMEs amongst referees isan important area with many open challenges; especially in regions where little or no research exist on training and decision making of football referees.

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