2019, Vol. 6, Issue 5, Part A
The effect of ten weeks mixed football training program on dribbling, passing and shooting performance of jimma university and jimma tesfa male football projectAuthor(s):
Samson Wondirad and Dawit AtomsaAbstract:
The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of ten weeks football training on dribbling, passing and shooting performance of Jimma University and Jimma Tesfa football project. To achieve this, twenty eight (N= 28) male football players were selected using purposive sampling technique. Project players’ age ranged from 12 to 15years. Pretest and posttest were conducted in-between mixed football training program was given to them. The recorded data of pre and posttest of football dribbling, passing and shooting were presented by descriptive statistics using tables and graphs and also paired t-test was performed to explore the significance difference between pretest and posttest due mixed football training sessions. The results indicates that there was significant difference between pre and posttest mean value of football dribbling, passing and shooting performance of football players after the training intervention p<
0.05. In conclusion, mixed youth football training program is an effective method in football to enhance dribbling, passing and shooting performances of players. It is better to recommend that various specific youth training programs applied for youth soccer players to develop their soccer technical and tactical capabilities.Pages: 01-04 | 958 Views 196 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Samson Wondirad, Dawit Atomsa. The effect of ten weeks mixed football training program on dribbling, passing and shooting performance of jimma university and jimma tesfa male football project. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(5):01-04.