Often coaches specialize in improving the physical and technical aspects of players, as these skills are seen as most important. However there is a third key aspect of the game that is often overlooked. This is the cognitive aspect of the game: the way in which players perceive the game around them, and make key decisions. Cognitive training allows players to improve their game and better apply their physical and technical skills with regards to the team dynamics and game strategy. It helps to develop more intelligent players capable of interpreting spatial dynamics, anticipating problems and creating solutions for the problems that may arise on the field.