"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2018, Vol. 5, Issue 4, Part A
A critical evaluation on Algerian footballers in developing a standard criterion in physical selection and their playing position in foot ballAuthor(s):
Kharoubi Mohamed Fayçal, Benrabah kheiredine, Bennadja Mohamed and Dr. D MathivananAbstract:
The purpose of this study and the evaluation of the relative requirements of each player according to the position and the gaming compartment and the comparison of physical impacts between defenders, midfielders and attackers and the development of According to the position held in the field by young Algerian footballers. Data collection took place at the end of the competitive phase of the 2016/2017 sports season on a sample of 140 football players from professional teams (15 to 17 years old). Anthropometric measurements, Weight, body mass index “BMI”) and physical tests (endurance, strength, speed, coordination and flexibility).According to the statistical results of test F (29,70-4,20- 45,05- 14,57) at the significance level (0,01), there is a significant difference between Players for all the physical qualities studied: endurance, strength, speed and flexibility and those according to the playing position occupied in the field and according to the same playing compartment. We conclude that each gaming station must be based on a specific physical profile, in order to satisfy this, we have constructed a new selection model based on the specific physical qualities in relation to the profile and characteristics of each player, To the position he occupies in the field. This model will guide the selection of footballers in a finer way.Pages: 19-24 | 544 Views 16 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Kharoubi Mohamed Fayçal, Benrabah kheiredine, Bennadja Mohamed, Dr. D Mathivanan. A critical evaluation on Algerian footballers in developing a standard criterion in physical selection and their playing position in foot ball. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2018;5(4):19-24.