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Fizička kultura
2010, vol. 64, iss. 1, pp. 26-34
article language: Serbian, English
document type: Original Scientific Paper

Year dynamics of the development of motor abilities of the attendants of soccer school 'DIF'
aUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty of Sports and Physical Education
bFudbalski savez Bocvane

e-mail: aleksandar.jankovic@dif.bg.ac.rs

Abstract

Primary goal of this study was to follow the dynamics of the development of motor abilities of the attendants of soccer school 'dif' in the year cycle of trainings. In addition, the aim of this longitudinal study was also to evaluate the working programme of the school, and its influence on the development of young soccer players' motor abilities. Twelve soccer players of older group (10 ± 0.9) and fifteen players of younger age group (7.3 ± 0.8), of Soccer school 'Dif' participated in the survey. The experiment consisted of two sessions of tests, organized at the interval of twelve months, and between the sessions the organized soccer training was carried out. Work programme included three trainings per week, each consisted of: 10 - 15 minutes of warming up with the ball (e.g. juggling, ball carrying, repetition of learned technical elements, etc.), 10 - 15 minutes of coordination exercises (e.g. running, running over the ladders, hurdles, etc.), 20 - 25 minutes of teaching of technical elements (e.g. dribbling, passing, kicking, etc.) and 10 - 15 minutes of the game directed to scoring goals (two goals game, four goals game, etc.). The test included tests for the evaluation of speed, general and specific agility, and indirect tests for the evaluation of legs performance. The acquired results show that the working programme had a positive influence on the development of motor abilities of the school attendants, in the majority of variables. The working programme had greater influence and better retest results with the older attendants, while with younger attendants, the programme had the greatest influence on the specific agility with and without the ball. According to the results acquired from monitoring the motor ability development and the evaluation of working programme, certain modifications of the programme are proposed, primarily in working with younger age group.

Keywords

test; working programme; selection; training

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