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Writing a sentence like “it can be concluded that the non-contact hamstring injuries could not be predicted by using training load data with features engineered, as described previously” is misleading and essentially wrong.
It’s obvious a model trained on 20 injuries will not predict anything.
Writing this before describing the limitations of the data is even more misleading.
It doesn’t make sense to design a study in a way that is bound to fail and then publish it just to say it indeed failed.
Honestly, better to retract the whole thing.