2017
DOI: 10.4025/jphyseduc.v28i1.2826
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Tactical Performance, Anthropometry and Physical Fitness in Young Soccer Players: A Comparison Between Different Maturational Groups

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“…We would like to acknowledge that the TacticUP video test for soccer used the same theoretical background of the FUT-SAT ( Teoldo et al, 2011b ), which scientific knowledge has been produced since 2009. Among the studies carried out with FUT-SAT, there are empirical data that support the important role and relationship of tactical skills with: (i) sport development according to age ( Teoldo et al, 2010 ; Américo et al, 2016 ; Borges P. H. R. et al, 2017 ); (ii) relative age effects, which are (dis)advantages between players born in different quartiles within a sport season ( Teoldo et al, 2010b ; Machado and Teoldo, 2016 ); (iii) players’ positional role ( Machado et al, 2016 ; Rechenchosky et al, 2017a ); (iv) training intervention programs ( Souza et al, 2014 ; Aquino et al, 2015 ); (v) affective decision-making ( Gonzaga et al, 2014 ; Andrade et al, 2016 ); (vi) training constraints (e.g., numerical superiority) ( Bredt et al, 2016 ; Padilha et al, 2017 ); (vii) motor and technical skills ( Praça et al, 2015 ; Aquino et al, 2016 ); (viii) peripheral perception ( Gonçalves et al, 2017 ); (ix) maturation ( Borges P. et al, 2017 ; Gonçalves et al, 2017 ); and (x) mental fatigue ( Kunrath et al, 2018 ). Therefore, both TacticUP video test and FUT-SAT measure complementary constructs of tactical concept (i.e., perceptual-cognitive skills and perceptual-motor skills) based on the same theoretical and pedagogical foundations (i.e., the core tactical principles).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We would like to acknowledge that the TacticUP video test for soccer used the same theoretical background of the FUT-SAT ( Teoldo et al, 2011b ), which scientific knowledge has been produced since 2009. Among the studies carried out with FUT-SAT, there are empirical data that support the important role and relationship of tactical skills with: (i) sport development according to age ( Teoldo et al, 2010 ; Américo et al, 2016 ; Borges P. H. R. et al, 2017 ); (ii) relative age effects, which are (dis)advantages between players born in different quartiles within a sport season ( Teoldo et al, 2010b ; Machado and Teoldo, 2016 ); (iii) players’ positional role ( Machado et al, 2016 ; Rechenchosky et al, 2017a ); (iv) training intervention programs ( Souza et al, 2014 ; Aquino et al, 2015 ); (v) affective decision-making ( Gonzaga et al, 2014 ; Andrade et al, 2016 ); (vi) training constraints (e.g., numerical superiority) ( Bredt et al, 2016 ; Padilha et al, 2017 ); (vii) motor and technical skills ( Praça et al, 2015 ; Aquino et al, 2016 ); (viii) peripheral perception ( Gonçalves et al, 2017 ); (ix) maturation ( Borges P. et al, 2017 ; Gonçalves et al, 2017 ); and (x) mental fatigue ( Kunrath et al, 2018 ). Therefore, both TacticUP video test and FUT-SAT measure complementary constructs of tactical concept (i.e., perceptual-cognitive skills and perceptual-motor skills) based on the same theoretical and pedagogical foundations (i.e., the core tactical principles).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Additionally, the improvement in offensive and defensive tactical skills in U-15 athletes compared with U-14 might be related to a more advanced maturation process, which influences players' development in the modality [23] and is related to tactical performance [12]. therefore, these athletes can achieve better skills of perception and action in game contexts compared with U-14 athletes.…”
Section: Ethical Approvalmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Moreover, some research shows that more mature athletes perform more offensive coverage than less mature ones [12]. coverage actions refer to the support given by an athlete to the ball handler (player in offense) or to the teammate who marks the ball handler (player in defence) [10,11].…”
Section: Ethical Approvalmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Players must react to the changing environment in the shortest possible time, and quickly adapt to tactical situations, to gain an advantage and score (Elferink-Gemser et al 2004;Delignières et al, 1994). Players have countless possibilities for correct decision-making at the time when they are with and without the ball (Borges, 2017;Roca et al, 2012;Vaeyens, et al, 2007). For instance, DRT is the type of reaction that occurs more often given the demands of the match.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%