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2nd International Science and Football Association Conference Programme

ISAFA in Qatar 2016 24-25 March 2016 Qatar University

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ISAFA 2016 Conference programme. 24-25 March 2016


Partners Institutional Partners

Conference Partners

Workshops Club Partners

El-Jaish Sports Club Qatar

Al-Sailia Sports Club Qatar

Al-Wakrah Sports Club Qatar

Sponsors

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Sport Lisboa e Benfica Portugal

Corinthian Football Club Brazil


23rd March 2016 Venue: Research Complex Time 11:00–13:00

Activity Registration Day 1: 24th March 2016 Venue: Research Complex

Time

Activity

7:30

Registration

9:00

Opening ceremony Dr. Mohamed Ahmedna: Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Studies, CAS Dr. Thani Al Kuwari: Secretary General, Qatar Olympic Committee Dr. Ruben Goebel: Director of the Sport Science Program, CAS Dr. Monèm Jemni: Chair of ISAFA in Qatar 2016, SSP, CAS Presenter: Ms. Cassie Frasher

10:00

Inaugural Keynote: Prof. John Nauright-University of Brighton (UK) Soccer Around the World–Economic, Society and Policy Moderator: Dr. Mahfoud Amara

10:30

Coffee Break and Poster Presentations

11:00

Keynote: Dr. Costas Georgakopoulos Anti Doping Lab Qatar Overview on the ADLQ’s Work in Football Anti-Doping Moderator: Dr. Ruben Goebel

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11:30

ASPETAR Football Sciences Symposium (Qatar) Dr. George Nassis: Performance management for Qatari players Prof. Karim Chamari: Training Load Monitoring in Professional Footballers Dr. Peter Fowler: Sleeping for Success in Soccer Dr. Lee Taylor: Pre and half time cooling on simulated soccer performance Dr. Sebastien Racinais: From Brazil 2014 to Rio 2016: Playing football in the heat Moderator: Dr. Monèm Jemni

12:45

Lunch Break and Poster Presentations

14:00

Short Special Communication: Dr. Erdal Zorba-Gazi University (Turkey) Overview on the Sport for All Federation in Turkey Moderator: Dr. Georgios A Stylianides

14:10

Keynote: Dr. Cristiano Eirale-Aspetar (Qatar) The landscape of injuries in football Moderator: Dr. Georgios A Stylianides

14:40

Keynote: Prof. Antonio Carlos Gomes-Olympic Committee (Brazil) The Brazilian Football-Blended method for fitness and tactical coaching? Moderator: Dr. Georgios A Stylianides

15:10

Keynote: Dr. Franco Impellizzeri Schulthess Clinic & Medical and Assessment Research Centre, FIFA (Switzerland) Scientific aspects of football fitness coaching Moderator: Dr. Zsolt Tamas Murlasits

15:40

Coffee Break and Poster Presentations

16:00

Short Announcement: Dr. Yilmaz Ilker The 14th International Sport Sciences Conference -Anadolu University (Turkey) Moderator: Dr. Ferman Konukman

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16:10

Keynote: Prof Simon Chadwick-Josoor Institute (Qatar) The People’s Game, A Business Opportunity Or The New Frontline Of Global Geopolitics? Challenges Facing Football In The Early 21st Century Moderator: Dr. Ferman Konukman Parallel Sessions - Short Oral Presentations

16:45

Session 1: Applied Health and Science Aspects in Football Moderator: Dr. Zsuzsanna Kneffel

(1h:00) 1. Dr. Kartal A, Gumusdag H (Turkey): Analysis of plantar pressure distiribution of soccer players 2. Mr. Mohammed Ali, Mohamed Fouad Maani, Patti Tatum (Qatar): Sport Injuries in Football Juniors: Reasons and Protection 3. Dr. Fabunmi A A, Mordi G U (Nigeria): Profile of Soccer Injuries at the 19TH Nigeria University Games hosted by University of Ibadan, Nigeria 4. Dr. Ernest Tambo Brice F, Zokou Michel Talla, Oluwasogo A Olalubi, Clarence S Yah (Cameron/Saudi Arabia): Investing in genuine soccer stars by strengthening anti-doping testing programme and Qatar 2022 FIFA world cup legacy Research Complex-F 137-Zone 7-Qatar University

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16:45

Session 2: Football in Numbers and Social Aspects Moderator: Dr. Lina Majed

(1h:30) 1. Dr. Ertan Hayri (Turkey): New Horizons on Sport Sciences in Turkey: From Theory to Practice. 2. Dr. Tayebeh Zargar (Iran): The relationship of resilience and hardiness with performance of football referees 3. Dr. Remi Piet (Qatar): Sports, international branding and foreign policy 4. Dr. Swart K, Bob U (South Africa): Revisiting the 2010 FIFA World CupTM research agenda – Lessons for future events 5. Dr. Gerard Akindes (Qatar): The Global Mobility of African Footballers 6. Dr. Itir Erhart (Turkey): Women and Children Only Soccer in Turkey - Empowerment or Discrimination? 7. Mr. Wixey D, Kingston K, & Morgan K (UK): An Investigation into the Extent that a Mastery Motivational Climate is Fostered in an Elite Youth Sport Environment; Using the TARGET Framework Research Complex-Auditorium G20-Qatar University 16:45

Session 3: Football Training Sciences Moderator: Dr Monoem Haddad

(1h:00) 1. Dr. Walid Briki, Mohamed Laroussi, Nicola Luigi Bragazzi, Karim Chamari (Qatar): Imagery-Based Psyching-Up Improves Shooting Accuracy in Elite Football Players 2. Dr. Yamaner F, Güllü A, Yamaner E (Turkey): The effect of soccer shoes on soccer players' performance 3. Dr. Semsek O, Mengin G, Tatli A C, Yerli S (Turkey): Effect of single dose of 200 mg caffein loading on the reaction and anticipation timing of amateur soccer players 4. Ms. Shaea A, Alkahtani (KSA): The effect of moderate- and high-intensity interval training on energy intake compensation, substrate oxidation and nutrient preferences in healthy men 5. Dr. Kale M, Gürol B (Turkey): Effects of vibration training to the muscle strength, sprint and balance in football players Research Complex-D 140, Zone 5-Qatar University 20:30

Dinner Gala ISAFA Media Award St. Regis Hotel

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Day 2: 25th March 2016 Venue: Research Complex 13:00

Lunch and Poster Presentations

14:00

Opening-Introduction and Highlights of Day 1 Moderator: Dr. Monèm Jemni

14:10

Keynote: Prof. Andrew Jones-University of Exeter (UK) Nutrition and Supplementation in Football Moderator: Dr. Monèm Jemni

14:40

Keynote: Prof Hassane Zouhal-University Rennes 2 (France) Physiological aspects to training and conditioning in football Moderator: Dr. Monèm Jemni

15:10

Invited Special Communications 1. Prof. Emin Ergen (Al Attar medical centre, Qatar): Football Medicine – Roots of practice 2. Dr. Monèm Jemni (Qatar University): New vibration technology to enhance muscle viscoelasticity, strength and stiffness in football – myth or realty? 3. Prof. Robert Schneider (College Brockport State University, USA): Improving Governance and Management of Professional Soccer in the US: by Understanding Peculiarities Unique to Sport Moderator: Dr. Bryna Chrismas

15:55

Coffee Break and Poster Presentations

16:15

Aspire Symposium-(Qatar) 1. Dr. Matthew Varley: Physical and technical performance of elite youth soccer players during International Tournaments 2. Dr. Alberto Mendez-Villanueva: QNRF Hamstring Project Moderator: Dr. Walid Briki

16:45

Keynote: Dr. Chris Harwood-Loughborough University (UK) Psychological and mental aspects in football Moderator: Dr. Walid Briki ISAFA 2016 Conference programme. 24-25 March 2016


17:15

Keynote: Dr. Neal Smith-University of Chichester (UK) Biomechanical aspects of high profile footballers Moderator: Dr. Georgios A Stylianides

17:45

Invited Short Special Communications Dr Joao Viana (ISMAI, Portugal): The Portuguese Coaching Development Strategy – ISMAI Moderator: Dr. Mahfoud Amara

17:55

Coffee Break and Poster Presentations

18:10

Round Table Discussion: Football Challenges in Qatar, in the GCC and Globally 1. Mr. Mushtaq Al-Weili (QSL and Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, Qatar) 2. Dr. Ahmed Al-Emadi (SESRI Qatar University) 3. Prof. John Nauright (University of Brighton, UK) 4. Dr. Costas Georgakopoulos (ADLQ, Qatar) 5. Dr. Abdullah Baabood (Gulf Studies Qatar University) Moderator: Dr. Mahfoud Amara

19:00

Young Investigators Award Ceremony Certification Presenter: Ms. Cassie Frasher Closing Dr. Monèm Jemni

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Posters 1. Gumusdag H, Kartal A: (Turkey): The Contribution Of Plyometric Exercise of Soccer Players' to Combat Power and aggressiveness 2. McMurtry S, Fiedler G (UK): A new method of directly comparing internal lower limb forces sustained during soccer play on natural grass and artificial turf (YIA) 3. Rauf S, Intziegianni K, Cassel M, White S, Shafqat A, Mayer F (Germany): Gender related differences of Achilles tendon cross-sectional area at rest and maximal voluntary contraction among children 4. Mohamed Nader Shalaby (Egypt): Effects of Protein Hydrolysates on Physical Performance And Immunity in Male Soccer Players 5. Mourão P, Abade E, Baptista J, Viana J.L: (Portugal): Monitoring training load over an entire season using the session-RPE method in professional football players 6. Inoubli M., Ben Said, N. Effects of Creatine Supplementation on Muscle Power and Sprint Performance in Soccer Players 7. Benhammou Saddek, Mokkedes Moulay Idriss (Algeria): Towards a new test of evaluation of the maximal aerobic speed (MAS) of the Footballers of different Levels 8. Manouvrier C, Cassirame J, Ahmaidi S (France): Test and re-test reproducibility of the specific aerobic fitness test “Footeval” in football players 9. Ould Hammou M (Algeria): Effects of static stretching exercises with 15sec and 30sec duration on Speed and explosive production of soccer players 10. Adel jouini, Bessem Mkaouer, Bernard Thon, Karim Chamari, Khaled Fezzani (Tunisia): Effects of soccer position and physical exercise intensity on the ability to recognize opponents’ effort facial expressions 11. Baptista J, Travassos B, Gonçalves B, Mourão P, Viana J.L, Sampaio J (Portugal): The effects of team constitution on tactical behaviour of teams during 7-a-side football in small-sided games (half pitch) 12. Fabunmi A A, Lasisi K (Nigeria): Prevalence of Positive Clarke’s sign in amateur undergraduate Soccer players of The University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 13. Adel KECHAT (Algeria): Football coach training in the developing countries: The case of Algeria ISAFA 2016 Conference programme. 24-25 March 2016


14. Tere A (UK): Monitoring Aerobic Fitness among Professional and Non-professional Soccer Players using Laboratory and Field Tests (YIA) 15. Cole L, Clark N, Beattie D (UK): A Comparison Study of Physical Attributes between Elite and Sub-Elite Youth Team Soccer Players (YIA) 16. Jemni M, Beattie D, Majed L, Haddad M, Goebel R (Qatar): Systematic review of cardiorespiratory fitness assessment in male soccer players in the lab and field 17. Antonio Carlos Gomes, João Paulo Borin, Tiago Volpi Braz. Changes in sprint performance in men’s youth soccer players during the competitive season and its relation to the content of the training. 18. Mtibaa K, Nichols D, Thomson A, Hautier C, Racinais S (Qatar): Effect of hyperthermia on proprioception (YIA) 19. Liam D Harper, Melissa Fothergill, Daniel J West, Emma Stevenson, Mark Russell (UK): Practitioners’ perceptions of the soccer extra-time period and their current applied practices: implications for future research (YIA) 20. Mohamed Saifeddin Fessi, Monèm Jemni, Wassim Moalla (Qatar):The intermittent repeated agility in soccer: Time to take account. 21. Baptista, J., & Castro, J. (Portugal): Teaching methodologies in football coaching education  

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ISAFA 2016 Conference programme. 24-25 March 2016

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