IMPROVEMENT OFFENSIVE TECHNICAL ABILITIES IN WOMEN SOCCER

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Authors: Gidu Diana Victoria, Oltean Antoanela, Tanase Ionut Gabriel and Bugar Florin
Date: June 15, 2017
From: Ovidius University Annals, Series Physical Education and Sport/Science, Movement and Health(Vol. 17, Issue 2)
Publisher: Ovidius University of Constanta
Document Type: Report
Length: 1,862 words

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Abstract (*)

Aim. The aim of the this paper is to improve some offensive technical abilities in women who play soccer.

Methods. In this study, we examined 20 soccer players from Selena Constanta women soccer Club, age between 18 and 30 years old. We registered some somatic, motric and technical tests. The technical parameters was: juggling--in 60 seconds, dribbling between cones (18m), precession of the pass (20 m), (pass the ball to a fixed point), shooting from 18 m, finalization from 10 passes.

Results. Values of experimental group on technical tests was: 30.87 juggling in final testing vs 27 in initial testing; dribbling between cones 7.17 s in final vs 7.37 s in initial testing; permission of the pass - 9.75 good passes vs 6.20 god passes in initial testing; shooting - 8.12 good shoots vs 4.75; finalization from 10 passes -8.12 good attempt in final testing vs 4.87 good attempt in initial testing.

Conclusions. Experimental group obtained better results in all technical parameters than control group (p<0,01).

Keywords: women soccer, offensive technical abilities, individual technic

Introduction

Modern soccer has become more dynamic, players being forced to run constantly, performing numerous rhythm changes and needing higher energy consumption to meet these demands. As in most sporting disciplines, in football also, both general and specific motrical qualities need to be developed at higher parameters, so that the soccer player can achieve superior performance and keep on top. However, only the presence and training of physical qualities are not enough to achieve outstanding performance. These can only be achieved by adequate training of all physical, physiological and psychological parameters, as well as technical and tactical ones.

The technique can be defined as the whole of the specific means of soccer playing through which the players perform the ball actions (control and movement) and, on the other hand, the maneuvers (with and without the ball) necessary to achieve the goal pursued (Ciolca, 2006).

Other authors claim that "The technique is represented by the assembly of means with an identical structure or close, with the motrical actions provided by the competition regulations, by which the athlete or the team acquiring them, reaches the specific performance." (Alexe, 1993; Dragnea, 1996). And others define the technique as being: "The integrated movement system or a specialized and automated partial movement (acts, gestures, skills, skills) that solve the purpose and the attack and defense tasks of the game" (Colibaba-Evulet, Bota, 1998; Negrea, 2016). In essence, the technique outlines the motric structure of each sport, "its effectiveness being directly related to the performance of each team or player" (Colibaba-Evulit, Bota, 1998).

The importance of technique is also reflected in the influence it exerts on the other factors of the training, especially on the tactical one, because in order to apply a superior tactic, first...

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Victoria, Gidu Diana, et al. "IMPROVEMENT OFFENSIVE TECHNICAL ABILITIES IN WOMEN SOCCER." Ovidius University Annals, Series Physical Education and Sport/Science, Movement and Health, vol. 17, no. 2, 2017, p. 296+. Accessed 8 Mar. 2021.
  

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