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Figure 6. Essay of complementing Newel’s ‘Perception-Action’ «model» (1986), here applied to football. here aplied to football.
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Each player’s perception-action may be “glocalizing” in a soccer game. That “situating” a player’s perception-action may be connected with his movement “fractality” structure, then, it will make much more sense to view the concept of “repetition without repetition” (Bernstein, 1967; Vereijken and Whiting, 1990), in a “multi-agent” behaviour. It seems appropriate there is a confluence of those two factors, glocality and fractality (the “selfsimilar but never equal repetition of any movement, of any action, of any interaction, of any coordination).