The effect of the use of offensive exercises on the skillful performance of the complex and the tactical thinking of young football players
The research aims to discover:
1- The effect of using offensive exercises on the skill performance of the complex between the pre and post tests for football players.
2- The effect of using offensive exercises in tactical thinking between the pre and post tests for football players.
3- The differences between the experimental and control groups in the skill-complex performance and tactical thinking of football players.
The research was conducted on the youth football players of the Bright Shgekhan Club, numbering (26) players and aged between (15-19) years, and the research sample consisted of (20) players representing (76%) of the main research sample, and the sample was divided into Two experimental and control groups by random selection using lottery, with (10) players per group.
Homogeneity was achieved for the two research groups in the variables (height, age, and mass), and equivalence was conducted in the complex skill performance and schematic thinking.
Tribal tests were conducted in the complex skill performance and tactical thinking. On Sunday (5/6/2022) and finished on Thursday (27/7/2022), the post-tests were conducted following the same procedures that were adopted in the pre-test for both groups on Saturday and Sunday (30-31/7/2022).
The researcher used the following statistical means (percentage, mean, standard deviation, (T) for correlated samples, and (T) for uncorrelated samples, and the skew coefficient.
1- The experimental group that used offensive exercises achieved.