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A comparative study of professional players Mood in somme Different Games in Nineveh

Saad F. Abdulkadir; Mokalud Taha

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 3, Pages 673-690

The study aimed to:
• Knowing mood level for advanced players in Nineveh’s center clubs.
• Knowing the difference in mood level between:
• different team games players.
• team game players and single game players.
• single game players(fighting - non fighting).
The researcher followed the descriptive method with survey style. The population of the research include (99) advanced players in Nineveh’s center clubs.
To achieve the aims of the research , the researchers used mood scale put by( Mokalad Taha AL_Wattar ,2011 ) .
The statistical methods used were,(t-test), Pearson factor, skewness factor, Facronbach factor, kruskal wallis – test, (H), and Chi Square – test (k2).
Conclusions:
• Advanced players in Nineveh’s province have positeive mood level.
• There are no differences in mood level between different team games players.
• There are differences in mood level between team games players and single game players.
• There are differences in mood level between single game players(fighting- non fighting).

The effect of exercise with more than one ball on a number of physical attributes of the players of youth football

mutaz Y. Thanoon; Omar S. Thanoon; Mahmood H. Younis

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 2, Pages 573-596

reveal the effect of exercise on more than one ball on a number of physical attributes of the young footballers (experimental group) and the differences in the number of physical characteristics between the pre and post-tests for young footballers (control group) as well as The differences in the number of physical characteristics between The experimental and control groups in the post-test.The researchers used The experimental method for the suitability and nature of the research, it was carried out on a sample of players from the youth in the bright future club for football for the football season ( ), who are ( ) players and who aged ( years), thay have been selected by the intentional manner and divided randomly into two groups (experimental and control) and by ( ) players per group, homogeneity in the variables the (age, height, weight), were achieved as well as an equivalence between the two sets of research in the physical variables were identified by the a panel of experts and specialists. The experimental design the called the design of the control group of random selection of pre and post-tests has been adopted. The researchers used the following statistical means:(arithmetic mean, standard deviation, coefficient of variation, percentage, test (v) of the samples associated with, test )c) for independent samples. The researchers found that the exercise with more than a ball that carried out by the experimental group has achieved a development in most of the physical attributes except for the attributeof transition speed, by comparing the results of physical tests, before and after, done by the players of the experimental group, the control group achieved a development in the strands of agility and flexibility and did not achieve a development in the physical attributes, speed transition, and explosive power of the two men, by comparing the results of physical tests before and after of the players of the control group. The experimental group achieve that carried out the exercises with more than aball adevelopment better than the control group in most of the physical attributes by comparing the results of the tests for the two groups.