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2/2020
vol. 21
 
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Original paper

Comparison of the pass skill between professional and u-15 futsal players under different organization contexts

Nerylson Ferraz Pazetto
1
,
José Guilherme Mafra Gaino
1
,
Cleberson Dutra Dos Santos
1
,
Rodrigo Martins de Oliveira Spinosa
1
,
Dalberto Luiz de Santo
1
,
Inara Marques
1

1.
Londrina State University, Londrina, Brazil
Human Movement 2020 vol. 21 (2), 58-63
Online publish date: 2020/01/22
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Purpose
The paper aimed to compare the performance related to passing among the categories of professional and U-15 futsal players, in open and closed contexts.

Methods
In total, 25 athletes were evaluated in 2 tests, namely open and closed contexts. The former aimed to observe the complexity of in-game execution in a dynamic and unpredictable mode, while the closed test simulated a closed and predictable task through the isolated execution of the pass. To compare the groups, the Student’s t and Mann-Whitney tests were used, respectively, with the level of significance at p < 0.05.

Results
There were significant differences across categories in the performance related to the open pass skill (p < 0.001). There were no significant differences in the closed pass context (p = 0.414).

Conclusions
Only the open context test identified differences in performance between categories, with the superiority of professional players.

keywords:

motor skills, technical performance, passing, tests, futsal

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