Impacto de la estabilidad en el rendimiento de los clubes de fútbol de la Copa del Golfo Pérsico

  • M. Hosseini Keshtan
  • M. Fazel Bakhsheshi
  • H. Zareian
  • M. Reihani
Palabras clave: estabilidad, rendimiento, gestión deportiva, fútbol

Resumen

El objetivo de este estudio fue determinar el impacto de la estabilidad/inestabilidad en el rendimiento de los clubes de fútbol de la Copa del Golfo Pérsico. Todos los clubes que habían participado en más de 3 temporadas de las últimas 17 temporadas (2001-2019) de la Copa del Golfo Pérsico fueron analizados en este estudio (n=26). El rendimiento de cada equipo (mejora o empeoramiento en el ranking) y su estabilidad se analizaron año tras año en el período 2001-2019. La estabilidad se dividió en cuatro componentes: director, entrenador, jugadores y club. El análisis estadístico se realizó con el software SPSS. La estabilidad aumentó significativamente (p<0.05) el rendimiento y la inestabilidad disminuyó significativamente (p<0.05) el rendimiento de los clubes en los cuatro componentes estudiados: director, entrenador, jugadores y club. Por lo tanto, se espera que los resultados de este estudio animen a los clubes de fútbol iraníes a aumentar su estabilidad.

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Publicado
01-07-2020
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Hosseini Keshtan, M., Fazel Bakhsheshi, M., Zareian, H., & Reihani, M. (2020). Impacto de la estabilidad en el rendimiento de los clubes de fútbol de la Copa del Golfo Pérsico. SPORT TK-Revista EuroAmericana De Ciencias Del Deporte, 9(2), 129-134. https://doi.org/10.6018/sportk.431261
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