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Auswechselverhalten im Fußball: Eine theoretische und empirische Analyse

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    Die Auswechslung von Spielern stellt neben der Halbzeitpause die einzige Möglichkeit für einen Fußballtrainer dar, während des Spiels Einfluss auf Strategie und Taktik seines Teams zu nehmen. Da die Anzahl der möglichen Wechsel beschränkt ist, kommt diesen Auswechslungen eine große Bedeutung zu. Der Beitrag stellt daher Gründe für die Auswechslung von Spielern im Fußball dar und zeigt anhand von Daten der 1. Fußball-Bundesliga, dass unter anderem der aktuelle Spielstand Auswirkungen auf Zeitpunkt und Art der Auswechslung hat. Zusätzlich zeigen die Daten, dass häufiger Spieler ausgewechselt werden, die bereits eine gelbe Karte erhalten haben und damit gelb-rot gefährdet sind, als solche Spieler, die noch nicht verwarnt wurden.

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    Paper provided by University of Münster, Institute for Economic Education in its series IÖB-Diskussionspapiere with number 5/08.

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    Date of creation: 2008
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:ioebdp:508
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