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Title: TRAINING OF YOUTH FOOTBALL PROJECTS AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE MAIN CLUB: THE CASE OF ADDIS ABABA PRIMER LEAGUE PARTICIPANT CLUBS
Authors: MOHAMMEDNASIR, YIMER SIDE
Advisors: Wondemu Tadesse
Keywords: YOUTH FOOTBALL
Copyright: Jun-2011
Date Added: 1-May-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: This study is conducted with ultimate objective of exploring the training of youth football project and its contribution to the main clubs with the case of premier league participant clubs of Addis Ababa Administrative city. Four sample youth (junior-B) projects were selected, from seven Addis Ababa Administrative city premier league participant clubs, (EEPC, Dedebit, Defense and Commercial Bank of Ethiopia) youth projects using simple random sampling technique. Thus, the subjects in the study were 100 players, 4 coaches, and 4 administrative officials. In this study descriptive survey method was employed. Questionnaire was dominantly used as data collection instrument; unstructured interview and observation were also used in the process. The data gathered through questionnaires were analyzed by using frequency counts and their percentages; where as the data gathered through interview and observation were analyzed through descriptive statements. The major findings include that failure of coaches to manage and follow players throughout the training session, inappropriate or wrong methods of warm-up and cool-down by players, lack of facilities and equipments for training, and nutritional variables affect the training of youth projects and its contribution to the main clubs. Hence, it could be concluded that the training of youth (junior-B) projects which are administered or governed by Premier league participant clubs of Addis Ababa Administrative city highly affected by shortage of facilities and equipments. In addition to these inappropriate or wrong methods of warming-up and cooling-down also some of the constraints of the training session.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2033
Appears in:Thesis - Physical Education & Sports

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