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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 5572-5586

The Role of Sports Rehabilitation Specialist in Elevating the Level of Footballers from the Perspective of the Players in Jerusalem City

Waleed M. Shaheen, Iyad A. Yousef.


The aim of this study is to determine and know the role that the sports rehabilitation specialist plays in elevating the level of footballers in the city of Jerusalem - Palestine. The descriptive approach was used because it is the appropriate and effective method for this study, as the study population consists of football players in the clubs of the city of Jerusalem. Data were taken for 41 players of different ranks as follows: 16 players from the professional league, 15 players from the partial professional league, and 10 players from the second division round. In this study, the questionnaire was used as a tool to collect data. The study showed that there is a role for a sports rehabilitation specialist in elevating the level of football players in this city to a high degree. The study also showed that the role of the sports rehabilitation specialist in elevating the level of players in the professional role was higher than in partial and second-class professionalism, especially in the psychological factor and performance. The most important recommendations were that it is necessary for a sports rehabilitation specialist to be present in all stages of training and competition, this is because of the important role that he plays in the field of training players in terms of performance, psychological factor and hospitalization. In addition to that, it is very necessary for a specialist for sports rehabilitation within the technical staff of all clubs, especially in professionalism Partial and second degree.

Key words: Rehabilitation, Sports Rehabilitation, Elevating, Footballers.

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