Tag Archives: Soccer

“Ultimate embarrassment” – Coping with negative media coverage in professional sports

I want you to remember the 9th of July 2014, the morning after the FIFA World Cup semifinal in which the Brazilian team lost 1:7 to the German team. I do not only want to remind you of this day … Continue reading

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Winners or losers – body language (in soccer) tells it all

The FIFA World Cup is here! So we will watch hours and hours of soccer broadcasting and will listen to the commentators speaking about… well, often about the body language of the players. They comment on their posture (e.g. “they … Continue reading

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The supporters: the 12th player of a football team.

Football is the most popular sport in the world and has millions of fans around the globe. If someone watches this sport for the first time, they will most likely enjoy the plethora of colors, sounds and celebratory images that are … Continue reading

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