Assistant Professor Dr. Ali Muhammad Jawad Al-Sayegh, a faculty member in the Department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, published a scientific research in (Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology) entitled (Professional performance levels as a determinant of the effectiveness of coaches of some futsal clubs in Iraq from the players’ point of view).
Al-Sayegh said that his study aimed to reveal the levels of competencies of professional behavior among futsal coaches in some Iraqi clubs, in addition to knowing the differences between them. The research sample amounted to 96 players representing 6 clubs from the Futsal Premier League for the 2019-2020 season, indicating that he used a professional performance measure consisting of 91 items distributed over 5 main axes.
The research found that there are no statistically significant differences between the coaches of the sports clubs, with differences between the coaches according to the years of experience, and that the levels of the coaches were distributed between very good and weak, and most of the sample concentrated at the average level at a rate of 41.17%.
The researcher recommended the need to pay attention to the establishment of development courses to clarify the concept of professional performance for coaches in sports clubs, especially for those with levels from average or below, with an emphasis on conducting follow-up studies to follow up the professional performance of coaches and conduct similar studies on samples of coaches of sports clubs and various sports, in addition to adopting Trainers with long work experience.
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