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2016 | 53 | 107-113
Article title

Sprawność działań zdobywających bramkę wybranych reprezentacji narodowych podczas eliminacji do Mistrzostw Europy U-21 w Piłce Nożnej w 2015 roku

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The effectiveness of goal scoring actions of selected national teams during qualifications to the 2015 UEFA European Under-21 Championship
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Abstracts
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Background. The main objective of the study was to determine the hierarchy of significance of selected criteria of goal scoring skills which influenced the success of play of selected soccer teams in one of the qualification groups of the UEFA European U-21 Championship. Another objective was to assess the goal scoring skills of the Poland national U-21 team compared to their direct rivals. Material and methods. Analysis of 5 national teams constituting Group 7 in the qualifying tournament was based on the data available on the website uefa.com/under21. The analysed variables included such criteria as general shooting activity, the number of successful shots and the success rate of all shots. In the comparison of the teams one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and post-hoc Tukey’s multiple comparison test were applied. Results and conclusions. The analysis indicated that the shooting activity influenced the effectiveness of play of the soccer teams only in selected cases and that it influenced the effectiveness and success rate in the case of teams extremely different in terms of their sports level. The Poland U-21 team mostly did not differ from their rivals in terms of goal scoring skills.
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Volume
53
Pages
107-113
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2016-08-31
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