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Title :ジュニア選手のフットサルゲームにおける状況判断の検討
Title alternative :A Study of Tactical Decision-Making in Junior Futsal Games
Authors :土田, 了輔
小泉, 昌幸
與那嶺, 響
北澤, 太野
Publisher :新潟工科大学
Issue Date :Dec-2010
Journal Title :新潟工科大学研究紀要
Volume :15
Start Page :55
End Page :64
ISSN :1342-792X
Abstract :In this study, deference between players' self-evaluation and coaches' objective evaluations of tactical decision-making competency in junior soccer was discussed. A junior soccer club was selected for this study. The club was divided into 2 teams based on their skills: Team A; 7 players were starting members of club, Team B; 6 players were reserves of the club. Players' decision-making competency in 6 games was evaluated by TDC (Tactical-decision making competency). Players were required to self-evaluate their TDC after 6 games. 2 coaches also evaluated each player's TDC. Results demonstrated that transitional pattern of TDC showed deference between players' and coaches' evaluations in 4th game of Team A, but no significant deference in Team B. We interpret these results in relation with KP (Knowledge of performance). A coach testified that the coaches tended to give the reserves negative feedback of their undesirable performances during the games. The coaches, however, had a principle to keep out of players' desirable performances. As a result, the reserves were able to get many KPs from the coaches. This would be the reason why the transitional pattern of TDC in Team B was consistent with the Coaches' evaluations.
Keywords :Futsal
Decision-making competency
Type Local :Departmental Bulletin Paper
Language :jpn
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10623/25647
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