Junior Players Preferred Coach, Leadership Styles: Empirical Study Of Jordanian Football Club
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Junior Players Preferred Coach, Leadership Styles: Empirical Study Of Jordanian Football Club
The aim of this study was to analyze the preferred coaching style that Jordanian football club players expected from their coach. A total of 140 football players was selected from various football clubs in Jordan, using the non-random sampling procedure with the event intercept method. The data were collected during 1 week of football training camp, which comprise of players age 15 to 22 years. Instruments of the study were the Multidimensional Model of Sport Leadership was developed by Chelladurai & Saleh (1978) to determine two types of leadership prefer democratic or autocratic. Democratic behavior relates, whether the coach allows players to participate in important coaching decisions DownloadViews: 77

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