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IIMPLEMENTATION OF THE ALGERIA AND RUSSIA NATIONAL TEAMS RESOURCE CAPABILITIES AT THE FIFA WORLD CUP IN BRAZIL-2014

A. A. SAMOTAEV URAL STATE ACADEMY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, TROITSK, RUSSIA

Objective: Comparative evaluation of the implementation of the Algeria and Russia teams resource capacity, identifying the causes of a football match outcome.
Materials and Methods: Based on 17 standard playing techniques and actions, using the algorithm of а system analysis the principles of structural-hierarchical use of resources by the national teams of Algeria and Russia in the final game for the output of the group H at the World Cup in Brazil-2014 were considered.
Results: It was established during the game that trainer formed three pyramid echelons including seven (63.6%) of the theoretical level to realize the potential in the first team group and eight (72.7%) − in the second one. Main indicator of the implementation of team resource capabilities is the resource index (echelon resources/subsystems resources). The index was positive in the «implementation of physical resources» both teams echelons with the Russia team > 1 (negative); in the «technical resources» both teams echelons it was < 1 with the Algeria team negative; in the «moral and volitional resources» echelon of the Algeria team it was < 1 (positive) and in the Russia team it was > 1 (negative). National Composite Index has been positive and <1, but in the Algeria team it was less than 1.47 times.
Conclusions: These facts have an important role in achieving the result which has received Algeria team coming in eighth playoff.
Keywords: 
FIFA World Cup in Brazil-2014; Algeria football team; Russia football team; game for the output of the group H; system analysis; structure; pyramid; resources; levels; subsystem; element.