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Hayrettin Gümüşdağ, İbrahim Yıldıran, Faruk Yamaner and Alparslan Kartal

(1991) Fouls und Regelwidrigkeiten im Spitzenfußball. Leistungssport 21(3):28-30. Gregor T. (1998) Agression in the personality of football players. Acta Facultatis Educationis Physicae Universitatis Comenianae 39:59-111. Hellstedt J.C. (1988) Kids, parents and sport: some questions and answers. The Physician and Sports Medicine 16(4): 59-71. EJ 376 620. Luxbacher J. (1986) Violence in sport: an examination of the theories of aggression, and how the coach can influence the degree of

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Andrzej Soroka and Józef Bergier

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Henryk Duda

References Anderson J. R. (1998) Learning and Memory. An Integrated Approach. Wiley, New York. Babbie E. (2007) The Practice of Social Research. Chapman University. Bangsbø J. (1994) Fitness Training in Football - a Scientific Approach. August Krogh Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Bhambhani Y., M. Singh (1985) Ventilatory threshold during graded exercise test. Respiration 47:120. Bergier J. (1998) Wiedza dzieci o

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Tomasz Buraczewski, Leszek Cicirko and Damian Gawlik

References Szwarc A. (2007). Effective action in selected fragments from team sports - a football case study. Gdańsk: AWFiS Gdańsk. [in Polish] Kunh W. (2005). Changes in professional soccer: a qualitative and quantitative study. In T. Reilly, J. Cabri, D. Araujo (Eds.), Science and football (pp. 179-193). London, New York: V. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Acar M.F., Yapicioglu B., Arikan N., Ates N., Ergun M. (2007). Analysis of goals scored in 2006 World Cup. Journal of Sport Science & Medicine, Book of

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István Kun and Laszlo Toth

References Baur J. (1986) Talent Identification and Development in Sport: An Interim Evaluation, Part 1. Unpublished translation - (Australian Institute of Sport, Belconnen), 1988, 1-26. Bell-Walker J., A. M. Williams (2008) The effect of memory recall on perceptual-cognitive skill in elite soccer: Development of long term working memory. In: T. Reilly, F. Korkusuz, E. Ergen (eds): Science and Football. VI. Taylor and Francis, London. pp. 340-343. Bloomfield J., T. R. Ackland, E. L

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Pantelis Nikolaidis

: 10.2478/v10101-009-0017-7 Grabara M., G. Kołodziej, M. Wojcik (2010) Spine flexibility and the prevalence of contractures of selected postural muscle groups in junior male football players. Biomedical Human Kinetics 2:15-18. DOI: 10.2478/v10101-010-0004-z Heller J. (2004) Laboratory Manual for Human and Exercise Physiology. Charles University, Prague. Hoogenboom B.J., J.L. Bennett (2007) Core stabilization training in rehabilitation. In: M.L. Voight, B.J. Hoogenboom, W.E. Prentice

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Małgorzata Grabara, Grzegorz Kołodziej and Marcin Wójcik

. PZWL, Warszawa. Christou M., I.Smilios, K.Sotiropoulos, K.Volaklis, T.Pillanidis, S.Tokmakidis (2006). Effects of resistance training on the physical capacities of adolescent soccer players. J.Strength Cond.Res. 20:783-791. Erceg M., N.Zagorac, R.Katić (2008) The impact of football training on motor development in male children. Coll Antropol. 32:241-247. Grabara M. (2008) Spine flexibility and the prevalence of the increased stiffness of shoulders and hip joint in youth female and male

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Małgorzata Michalczyk, Barbara Kłapcińska, Stanisław Poprzęcki, Sławomir Jagsz, Ewa Sadowska-Krępa, Elżbieta Kimsa, Katarzyna Kempa and Jan Chmura

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Gurutze del Ama Espinosa, Tapani Pöyhönen, José Francisco Aramendi, Juan Carlos Samaniego, José Ignacio Emparanza Knörr and Heikki Kyröläinen

’s soccer injuries: National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System, 1988–1989 through 2002–2003. J. Athl. Train., 42(2): 278-285. 12. Ekstrand J., M. Hagglund, M. Walden (2009) Injury incidence and injury patterns in professional football: the UEFA injury study. Br. J. Sports Med., DOI: 10.1136/bjsm.2009.060582. 13. Fuller C.W., J. Ekstrand, A. Junge, T.E. Andersen, R. Bahr, J. Dvorak, M. Hägglund, P. McCrory, W.H. Meeuwisse (2006) Consensus statement on injury definitions and data collection procedures in studies of football (soccer) injuries

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Joanna Szczepaniak and Monika Guszkowska


Introduction. The aim of the study was to determine the causal attributions of success and failure in a football match in a group of football players, as well as to investigate the association of the players’ attributions with their level of achievement and the relationships between their causal attributions and affective states. Material and methods. The study involved 75 football players, including 44 players from the first league and 31 players from the third league. The research was carried out using the Profile of Mood States (POMS) by D.M. McNair, M. Lorr, and L.F. Droppleman and a specially designed questionnaire concerning the causal attributions of success and failure. Results. It was found that the football players who participated in the study tended to attribute success to internal causes and failure to external causes. More frequent use of external attributions most likely had an adverse impact on the mood state of the players. Conclusion. Information concerning the attributions that a given player makes can be useful for coaches, as it can help them develop the athlete’s mental abilities more effectively. Beliefs related to attributions can be modified. It is worth considering the benefits of encouraging internal attributions in the case of success and external attributions in situations of failure.