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Title :ジュニアユースサッカーにおける情況判断トレーニングの検討
Title alternative :A Study of Tactical Decision-Making Training in Junior Youth Soccer
Authors :土田, 了輔
小泉, 昌幸
Publisher :新潟工科大学
Issue Date :Dec-2009
Journal Title :新潟工科大学研究紀要
Volume :14
Start Page :91
End Page :100
ISSN :1342-792X
Abstract :In this study, effects of trainings in the restrained conditions on player's decision-making of full court situation in junior youth soccer were discussed. Four basic trainings including decision-making in motion were combined with three types of games (5vs5, 8vs8, 11vs11). A junior youth soccer club was selected for this study. The same program was introduced for all 40 players, consisting of the 1st to 3rd grade junior high school students. 25 players' data were used for this study because these members completely attended to this program. Players' decision-making competency in games was evaluated by TDC (Tactical-decision making competency) proposed by Pagnano-Richardson and Henninger (2008). Players were required to self-evaluate their TDC after the daily training. Three coaches also evaluated each player's TDC. Data were analyzed by a two way repeated ANOVA followed by Bonferroni's multiple comparison test. Results demonstrated that there was difference among means of the three coaches' evaluation. We excluded one coach's data from this study because the coach's evaluation was significantly higher than the other coaches. Two coaches' evaluation points decreased significantly in the 11vs11 game at the end of the program though, players' self-evaluation did not decrease significantly between 8vs8 to 11vs11. The coaches judged that players' situation became complex as the number of players and the area of court were changed. However, the players judged the confrontation around them remained unchanged. The result indicated that the trainings in the restrained conditions for developing player's decision-making were not reflected in the full game situation.
Keywords :Soccer
Decision-making
TDC
Type Local :Departmental Bulletin Paper
Language :jpn
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10623/20325
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