Comparative analysis of motoric abilities between two groups of football referees from Kosovo
Keywordsfootball, referees, motor abilities
AbstractThe aim of this research is to define the difference between two groups of football referees from Kosovo; 15 referees from Super league and 15 referees from First league, based on some motoric abilities. Referees have been tested on these motor abilities; 6x40m running, 7x150m running and 7x50m walking. Equipment and standard procedures are used during the test. In each of these motor abilities are counted central, basic and distribution parameters; arithmetical average, standard deviation, minimal rate, maximal rate, and distribution parameters (Skewness, Kortosis). In order to prove the difference between those two groups of referees is applied T-test analysis. The level of significance was set (p<0.05). Results showed that during the execution of 40m and 150m running referees have run slowly on their first attempt this was saving energy for later attempts. Based on these findings of the study, appropriate conclusions and recommendations are made.
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