Playr - the GPS tracker for footballers: Review

Stuart Sumner
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Computing puts the pro-level football analysis tool through its paces, and asks if it's more than a gimmick

Ever wanted to know how fast you run during a football match? How many sprints you made, how hard you worked and what your heatmap (areas of the pitch where you spent the most time) looks like? ...

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