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The2010and2006World Cup Final Stage Athlete Foule Feature Comparative Study

Posted on:2013-01-30Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:H C ZuoFull Text:PDF
GTID:2267330392459791Subject:Physical Education and Training
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Football is the first Sport, its increasing intense competition, frequent physicalcontact, foul have become more and more hidden and professional in the match. TheWorld Cup is the highest event, representing the top level of football all over theworld, to the World Cup foul characteristics; we will reveal the characteristics of foulsin the trend of modern football defenses in order to provide a reference for sportsteams.This paper tends to analyze the foul characteristics of football players in the lasttwo World Cup finals in all64matches among32teams (in total128games) by usingthe method of observing videotapes,mathematical statistics,documentary data,logicanalysis. We can reach some conclusions as follows:(1) It is obvious that the total foul numbers of all the teams in2010World Cupwere less than these in2006. Through the comparative analysis on the overall foulnumbers and results show that every team got in nearly two World Cups, it can befound that the number of fouls is reducing. But there is no relation between the resultsand the foul numbers that each team got, while foul numbers of teams that got goodresults are less than those of teams that got bad results.(2)The foul characteristic of players in nearly two World Cups mainly emphasis onpushing, kicking, pulling, tripping, wrestling, shovel, shocking, however, there weresignificant differences among the main foul characteristics. The number of pushingand kicking in the2010World Cup was more than that in the2006World Cup, but thefouls of pulling, tripping and shovel in2006World Cup were more than those in2010.Foul in body part, fouls of upper limbs were more than lower limbs; lower limbswere more than the trunk, which has reflected the trend that the fouls of lower limbsare being reduced gradually by session.(3) The beginning15minutes of a match and the last15minutes at the end of amatch are the periods that have most foul numbers.In the aspect of foul area, there were differences between the two World Cups. It is shown that fouls in mid-front field in2010World Cup were more than those in the2006World Cup, and fouls in2010World Cup mainly concentrated in the mid-frontfield area, while it mainly occurred in the back area in the2006World Cup.(4)The results has shown that there is an obvious difference in the number ofyellow and red cards, region, time, though experts in this field are studying thenumber of yellow and red cards, foul characteristic, foul time and foul areas in thenearly two World Cup. The number of yellow and red cards in2010World Cup issignificantly less than that in the2006World Cup; The time of players being given theyellow and red cards, there are significant differences during31-45min and61-75mintwo time periods, showing that2010World Cup was clearly less than2006; In theFoul area, the number of red and yellow cards happened in mid-back field in the2010World Cup was significantly less than2006World Cup.(5)The results have also shown that there was a clear difference of the offside innearly two World Cups through comparative analysis of offside situations on the lasttwo World Cups. The number of offside in2010World Cup was less than those in2006, and the offside areas were mainly in mid-front field in2010World Cup,however, it mainly happened at the wing areas in2006.In conclusion, this paper shows the overall foul characteristics and trends of today’sfootball players by the comprehensive analysis and comparative study of the foulnumbers, foul characteristic, foul parts, foul time, foul areas, yellow and red cards andoffside in nearly two World Cups. The comparative study aims to improve thebusiness of our country’s referees and the defensible skills of our players in theirtraining. It is certain theoretical as well as practical significance.
Keywords/Search Tags:Football, World Cup, Final stage, Foul
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