TACTICAL SKILLS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LEVEL OF TACTICAL THINKING AMONG FOOTBALL PLAYERS - A FIELD STUDY CONDUCTED ON CLUBS FROM BOUIRA PROVINCE, ALGERIA

Mansouri Nabil, Lounas Abdellah, Alouane Rafik, Bouhadj Meziane

Abstract


This study aimed to identify the relationship between the tactical skills level of tactical thinking among football players. To achieve this, the researchers used the analytical descriptive approach to preserve the suitability nature of the study on a sample of 75 players from 3 clubs of football at the level of clubs Bouira province, randomly chosen. By testing their standard tactical skills and tactical thinking, it has been found the following results: there is a strong positive relationship between the level of tactical skill and tactical thinking. In the light of the outcome, the researchers recommended as follows: (1) focus on footwork drills competent skills game handlers collective or tactical skills and connect it with the tactical thinking and (2) the need to identify the causes of ambitious player’s sports teams.

 

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tactical skills, tactical thinking, football

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpe.v0i0.975

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