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JCR. 2020; 7(16): 3261-3165


Imad Saadalah Khamees, Ibrahim Khaleel Ibrahim, Saher Mohammed Hameed.

Addressing the continuity of the changes that have occurred in this game, which necessitated the
use of a quantitative assessment system for the physical, kinetic, skill, tactical, and psychological specifications
and capabilities of the players, as well as the physiological indicators accompanying the physical performance
of the players, and for the purpose of determining the capabilities and competencies of the players, the tests
were used to measure what the athlete has accomplished, And the progress achieved by the curricula used, as all
long-term plans must be based on the diagnosis of the junior level through objective tests of indicators that can
be relied upon when choosing them.
In the field of selection, there must be criteria or predictive values that take into account the physical, physical,
kinetic, and physiological measurements that contribute directly to the level of skill performance as a function of
selecting junior footballers, and trying to focus on them to achieve the best results and bring them to higher
The research problem manifested itself in neglecting the objective selection process according to the
aforementioned indicators when the athlete was qualified for his game. The researcher tried to address this
deficiency by finding scientific formulas to adopt physical, physical, kinetic and physiological measurements as
a function of what the athlete’s skillful level would attain in order to save money and effort in selecting athletes
who enjoy With high preparations to reach the higher levels, and from all the above, the current study aimed at:
1- Building a predictive equation for the level of skill performance through physical and motor characteristics
2- Knowing the percentage of some physical and movement characteristics at the level of skillful performance
of the football beginners

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