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Title: Patterns of Play in the Fast attack of Barcelona, Manchester United and Inter Milan - A Mixed Method Approach
Author: Sarmento, H. (Hugo)
Anguera Argilaga, María Teresa
Campaniço, Jorge
Pereira, Antonino
Leitão, J. (José)
Keywords: Futbol
Rendiment esportiu
Motivació del personal
Treball en equip
Investigació amb mètodes mixtos
Athletic performance
Employee motivation
Teams in the workplace
Mixed methods research
Issue Date: Feb-2016
Publisher: Universidad de Murcia
Abstract: ABSTRACT: This study aimed to detect and analyse regular patterns of play in fast attack of football teams, through the combination of the sequential analysis technique and semi-structured interviews to experienced first League Portuguese coaches. The sample included 36 games (12 games of the respective national leagues per team) of the F.C. Barcelona, Inter Milan, and Manchester United teams that were coded with the observational instrument tool developed by Sarmento et al. (2010) and the data analysed through sequential analysis with the software SDIS-GSEQ 5.0. Based on the detected patterns, semistructured interviews were carried out to 8 expert high-performance football coaches and data were analysed through the content analysis technique using the software NVivo 10. The detected patterns of play revealed specific characteristics of the teams under study. The combination of the results of sequential analysis with the qualitative interviews to the professional coaches proved to be very fruitful in this game the analysis of scope, allowing reconcile scientific knowledge with practical interpretation of coaches who develop their tasks in the field
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It is part of: Cuadernos de Psicología del Deporte, 2016, vol. 16, num. 1, p. 31-42
ISSN: 1578-8423
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