Print ISSN: 1993-9345

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Keywords : small side games

The effect of two styles of small side games in aerobic and anaerobic ability and the complex skill performance of youth soccer players

mohammed shakir ail; mahmood hamdoon younis; muayed mohammed aziz

Al-Rafidain Journal For Sport Sciences, 2020, Volume 23, Issue 71, Pages 210-227
DOI: 10.33899/rjss.2020.164903

The aims the research is to detection the effect of two style of small side game(floating player and without floating player) in the aerobic and anaerobic abilities and the complex skill performance young soccer players. The research used the experimental approach its suitability and nature of research , the experimental was carried out on a sample of the player of the samara soccer season (2017-2018 ) of (25 ) players .
they were randomly divided in two experimental groups (8) players  per group . the homogeneity of variables (age, height, mass ) was achieved ,and the parity between the two research groups was achieved in the variables under study.
 The experimental design has been adopted using two equal sets (experimental design with tight control ) with pre-test and post-test, the researchers used (arithmetic mean , standard deviation , torsion lap , T test for associated sample , and T test for independent samples ) as statistical mean .
the researchers concluded that the small side games using floating player carried out by the first experimental group developed in all variables by comparing the results of all the tribal and remote variable of the players of the first experimental group .
the second experimental group , which used small side  games without  the floating players , developed all variable by comparing the results of all the tribal and remote variables of the second experimental group ,the first experimental group achieved a better development than the second experimental group in the anaerobic ability variable and the composite skill performance by comparing the results of the dimensional variables between the experimental groups , while there was no deference  between the two groups in the aerobic ability variable by comparing results of the two group.