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INTRODUCTION This research makes a comparison among Management and
Motivational skills of football players. Football is the famous sport
throughout world for men, children and women therefore, it is particularly
important that the chances associated with this sport are managed effectively.
(Fuller CW, 2007) 
In football, I used
the word to describe groups that attracted the dramatic performance of players
and supported the financial and moral activities of football clubs.
For example, a person who feels close to an individual, team, style of music,
artist, and etc (Keskin B, 2014). When we have a look at the concept of fan base, nowadays, it
has become synonymous with football fans to such an extent that we first relate
this to football before any other type of fan base. Therefore, people believe
that they become more popular once they become a fan especially when they are a
fan of a football team. This mindset has overshadowed the other fan bases of
Music, Art and other interests. When we look at the term “fan” and when it’s
related to football, we mean a person that is infatuated and interested in
football and supports the football club. (Ba? M, 2008).                                                        Human beings have an
instinctive behavior to survive which is hidden deep within their genetic
codes, this has evolved since the beginning of mankind like hunting, gathering
and avoiding danger. These instinctive behaviors overshadowed by today’s modern
life and are urging to come to the surface. In this sense, the sports industry
is a phenomenon that settled in human life as a result of that urge. For
example, hunting is replaced by athleticism, self-defense is replaced by
wrestling and gathering or being a part of the group and chasing a prey is
replaced by football. (Cengiz D, 2014) 
You can find
examples that football fans live their daily lives and face different people
from social perspectives and political positions that do not happen elsewhere.
It can also be noticed that the fans suppress their anger and frustration when
they are in large groups in the stadium watching the Match. The feeling of
being in a large group, the competitive feeling of the game and the possibility
of surprises create a unique sense of belonging and lifelong Loyalty. The
reason why football has become a passion for people on many levels is that it
nurtures our basic instincts. On the other hand, all the issues mentioned in
this article which are resultant from the need to bond with the players, the
teams and football, has created this large sub-culture. (Emre Belli, 2016) 
At this moment,
football fans have become an integral part of football culture.
Today it would not be incorrect to say that football has become a subculture
with its own rhetoric and slang language and the fan-base are regarded as the
driving force of this culture. In addition, fans of the popular football
culture are enveloped into society and represent the establishment of a
micro-economic community. (Dikici S. T, 2008)                                                
Culture influences what people believe to be true, and culture
establishes what is most expected, accepted, and common among teachers,
coaches, and other leaders. When culture leads people to see controlling
communications as expected, accepted, and commonplace, leaders may tend towards
a controlling style. This is essentially the same challenge as the one
mentioned in the previous paragraph regarding control-oriented beliefs about
motivating style and controlling-oriented personality dispositions. A carefully
designed and implemented autonomy-supportive intervention program could help
members of controlling cultures develop a more autonomy supportive and a less
controlling communication style cross-cultural interventions and comparisons in
this research area would be desirable. Changing interpersonal styles of
communication can be a time-consuming process, even for those who are willing
to change. Often, an initial reaction to suggestions to try a particular
communication strategy is “we are already doing that”. However, further
discussions and observations often show that what is routinely done is either
different or not sufficiently need supportive. For example, an exercise
instructor may consider that he/she already provides task related choices. But
when probed further it may become clear that these are not meaningful to
everyone who receives them. Another problem is that due to various logistical
constraints, the trainees might not have sufficient practice to implement
successfully what they have been taught. 
(Lonsdale C, 2017) Those personality factors, social variables, and/or
cognitions that come into play when a person undertakes a task at which he/she
is evaluated, enters into competition with others, or attempts to attain some
standard of excellence. (Roberts, 2012)         Review of LiteratureZheng Jiang, at al, In December 2017, study intends to
discuss the effects of university PE teachers’ leadership styles and classroom
climate on learning motivation for basketball course. University students in
Guangdong Province, as the research objects, are surveyed with PE teacher
leadership style scale, learning motivation for physical education scale, and
classroom climate in physical education scale. Total 589 valid copies of
questionnaire are analyzed with Multiple Stepwise Regression Analysis. The research
results show that teacher support, affinity, charismatic leadership, and
intellectual stimulation could positively predict intrinsic motivation, teacher
support, laissez-faire leadership, and individualized leadership could
positively predict identified regulation, charismatic leadership, Individual
leadership and intervention can positively predict core rules, and conduct free
and fair leadership with exception, to predict positive motivation.
Accordingly, my leadership style of individual leadership, charismatic
leadership, and intellectual stimulation as well as classroom climate of
teacher support, affinity, and involvement could positively affect students’
autonomous motivation, while laissez-faire leadership and passive management by
exception could positively affect students’ non-autonomous motivation. The
correlation coefficients reveal the higher individualized leadership,
charismatic leadership, intellectual stimulation, active involvement, and
contingent reward in PE teachers’ leadership styles, the stronger student
motivation for external regulation, intrinsic motivation, and identified
regulation. Secondly, classroom climate presents remarkably positive
correlations with learning motivation that the higher students’ perceived
classroom climate of teacher support, involvement, and affinity, the higher
motivation for external regulation, intrinsic motivation, and identified
regulation. Finally, leadership styles reveal notably positive correlations
with classroom climate that the higher student perception of individualized
leadership, charismatic leadership, intellectual stimulation, active
involvement, and contingent reward leadership style in physical education, the
better involvement, affinity, and teacher support in classroom climate.In 2009 Jonathan May Conduct a study which investigated the
perceived locus of causality of motivation in high school football players. The
mathematical motivation scale (SMZ) was used to study 7 motivational motivators
among high school football players. This showed that M was known to know, M to
do, M to identify and enter M, and the best prediction of Causation Lucien was
the motivation intended by the participants. The results indicate that when
using the perception of motivation, the situation in the game can be 62% of the
expected time.The study also speculates on ways in which communication could be
used to affect motivation. Responding to the demographic question of which
string the athletes plays on, 25 answered first string, 13 answered second
string and one answered third string. When asked what position the athlete
plays, seven responded that they play defensive backfield, six play linebacker,
four play defensive front, six play quarterback and running back, five play
receiver and 11 play offensive line. In 2003 Adrian Bell Conduct this study in his paper, a
performance management tool and considers its application to the football
industry. Specifically, the model concludes that the performance of the English
Football Club managers can be assessed individually in terms of skill and
opportunity on the team’s attributes. For the first time, we use the skills
management features as a fixed task, and then the process is a way to generate
a moderate breakdown that can be eliminated after the management effect. The
findings suggest that there are a considerable number of highly skilled
managers but also several who perform below expectations. The paper proceeds to
illustrate how the approach adopted could be used to determine the optimal time
for a club to Part Company with its manager.                                                   
This Study Conduct in 2016 by Astrid Junge at al, Scientific studies on
the prevalence of mental health problems in elite athletes are rare and often
have large methodological limitations, such as low response rates and
heterogeneous samples. To assess the prevalence of depression and anxiety in
high-level players compared with the general population, and to analyses
potential risk factors: All 10 women’s FL teams, 9 of 10 men’s FL teams and 4
male U-21 teams (n=471 football players) took part in the study. The CES-D
score indicated a mild to moderate depression in 33 (7.6%) players and a major
depression in 13 (3.0%) players. The GAD-7 score indicated an at least moderate
anxiety disorder in 6 (1.4%) players. Compared to the general population, the
prevalence of depression was similar and the prevalence of anxiety disorders
was significantly (?2=16.7; p<0.001) lower in football players. Significant differences were observed with regard to player characteristics, such as age, gender, player position, level of play and current injury.                                                               In 2011 Colin W Fuller at al, conduct a study that Sport and exercise have long-term health benefits, but there is also a risk that participants will sustain injuries and/or ill health from these activities. For this reason, international sports organizations are responsible for identifying the risks of their sport and advising participants and other stakeholders on how to manage these risks at acceptable levels. To illustrate how the FIFA, as the Football Council, uses the risk management framework to identify, identify, reduce and report on the risk of disease and disease in men, women and children in all settings. All the research papers published by FIFA's Medical Assessment and Research Centre (F-MARC) during the period 1994 to 2011 were reviewed and categorized according to an established sport-related risk management framework. F-MARC investigated and mitigated 17 areas of risk to footballers' health in a coherent and consistent approach through the process of risk management.

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