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Re: Straipsniai užsienio kalbomis

2018 Lap 28 14:30

2018 m. Marko Ragini`s dirbo Mongolijoje.:)

https://www.mongolianfootball.com/singl ... laanbaatar" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Re: Straipsniai užsienio kalbomis

2019 Vas 03 01:23

Apie tai, kaip Kataras per 20 metų užsiaugino savo futbolą:

https://charter97.org/ru/news/2019/2/2/322140/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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2019 Vas 03 07:25

Apie tai, kaip Kataras per 20 metų užsiaugino savo futbolą:
https://charter97.org/ru/news/2019/2/2/322140/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Man tik yra įstrigę iš senų laikų, kai jie plačiau reklamuodavosi, kad kiekvieno tą akademiją lankančio jaunuolio šeima už tai kas mėnesį gauna po kelis tūkstančius dolerių iš valstybės. Tai jeigu vaikų skaičius per visus metus būdavo panašus, labai nesunku daryti prielaidą, kad per 15 gyvavimo metų tas ugdymas valstybei/valdančiajai šeimai atsiėjo ~0.5mlrd. Galima ir pas mus daryti aišku :twisted:

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2019 Bal 10 21:27

Why do Football Clubs do Warm Weather Training?
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2019 Spa 16 21:22

Leagues body fights its corner to protect "heart and soul" of European football
https://offthepitch.com/a/leagues-body- ... n-football

The European Leagues' vice president, Claus Thomsen, tells offthepitch.com that UEFA and European Club Association proposals for reform would create a closed franchise.

Claus Thomsen calls for UEFA and ECA to listen to the leagues' proposals and act quickly to address revenue distribution for the 2021-24 cycle.

"What the ECA proposed was a closed franchise in the Champions League, four places to play for, promotion and relegation. That's no longer the European football pyramid, that's just a franchise competing with the national tournaments, taking value out of the national competitions," he added.

Domestic leagues outline concerns

UEFA's bid to restructure its club competitions from 2024 onwards has stalled in recent weeks. Its first set of proposals, developed in partnership with the ECA and based around a three-tier European league system, is struggling to win support in the face of huge opposition from Europe's five biggest domestic leagues.

The Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1 made plain their concerns earlier this year when ECA proposals first surfaced, arguing that more lucrative European matches would jeopardise their core product, disrupt the domestic calendar and hit revenues.

The initial UEFA and ECA proposal envisaged a new Champions League, Europa League and a Europa League 2. One idea was to have four groups of eight in the group stage of the Champions League, including a promotion and relegation mechanism. The ECA claims the plan will allow greater access to European competition for the continent's smaller clubs.

"Support Your Leagues" initiative

Last month, the European Leagues, which represents 36 professional football leagues comprising more than 950 clubs in 29 countries, set out its vision to reshape European club competitions, acknowledging the need for reforms to grow the game and improve the competitive balance of leagues and international club competitions.

Built around the principles of protecting domestic leagues, increasing participation and a fairer financial distribution, its "Support Your Leagues" online platform was a rallying cry to supporters' groups across Europe, encouraging them to contribute to the debate.

The platform includes a European Leagues proposal for a fairer revenue distribution model for the 2021-24 UEFA club competitions. The leagues are strongly opposed to the introduction of more match days than those envisaged in the current UEFA club competitions - and against scheduling games during weekends.

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2020 Vas 01 08:57

New stadium: Korea going football-specific
http://stadiumdb.com/news/2020/01/new_s ... llspecific

All it took was building a football-dedicated stadium with a fraction of seating compared to the giant built for the 2002 World Cup. And in a year Daegu FC's attendance has nearly tripled!

Financed by the municipality, the stadium was scaled down from nearly 20,000 to 12,000 in order to better suit actual demand for Daegu FC games. Eventually expansion to 15,000 is possible, should ticket demand grow. And already in the first season DFC attendance went up from 3,500 to over 10,700 per games, making the stadium a perfect fit.

In this respect it proved a good choice to opt for a compact stadium with robust seating bowl. Fans are just 7 meters away from the field and front row is elevated, while the stands are steep, bringing fans closer to the action than nearly all South Korean stadia. The south end also has a safe standing area with position for a capo coordinating chants. Though placed high above spectators, the roof helps amplify the noise generated.

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2020 Kov 18 04:57

https://theathletic.com/1264320/2019/10 ... -the-futur

Iš interviu su HJK Helsinkio futbolo direktoriumi:
He says that their budget consists mostly of player sales to European clubs (40 per cent), commercial (30 per cent) and stadium revenue (20 per cent) — “we create every penny we use.” Only €100,000 of that budget (less than 10 per cent) comes from television money.

“We do fitness testing for companies and different types of wellness programmes,” says Riihilahti. “Clubs shouldn’t just sell tickets and shirts but also services.

“The average salary for the main clubs in the league is something like €4,000 monthly gross. Tax is between 20 to 40 per cent. (Though) I pay 50 per cent. I have a good life and I think it’s fair to pay the taxes.”
He replies without much hesitation to the question of what he would most like to change about football. “Much better regulation on agents. How much they can take away from this industry, which is over £500 million yearly. Most of it is money out of football. Also, better protection of training clubs. If we invest in youth development and infrastructure, we should be rewarded for it.”

“The training and solidarity contribution, especially training compensation which helps protection of training clubs. It looks now that it will go a way that makes sense to invest in youth development, and this is a must for football. If we lose that then we give all the power to players and agents and then we are all lost.”
"We also lose our best younger players when they are 16. They will never see the first team. They are good enough to go. Whether it is best for their career… evidence suggests otherwise.

“It would make sense for them to develop a little bit longer in their natural environment. I don’t mean until they are 20 or 21 but I’m worried about the football world where kids leave when they are 16 and they do so only because the other team wants to hire them to become a homegrown player.”

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2020 Geg 15 06:21

Straipsnis kurį rekomenduočiau perskaityti (pradžią galima ir praleisti) apie Skonto, Lenkiją, FC Riga ir RFS, atlyginimus latviams ir legionieriams Latvijoms futbole ir taip toliau.
http://sportacentrs.com/futbols/latvija ... a_preti_sp

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2020 Geg 18 07:46

What Premier League clubs are learning from F1
https://theathletic.com/1782943/2020/04 ... ormula-one
One of the more relevant takeaways to the challenges football faces from a data perspective, however, was the sheer volume of data that Formula One teams are dealing with and how they turn it into actionable insights. Houston talked about how the 2019 Williams car had more than 350 sensors in it and how one car alone was generating over 17.5 billion data points per Grand Prix weekend.

To put that into context, some basic back-of-an-envelope maths says that the amount of data is equivalent to all of the events and player positions in nearly 12 full seasons of Premier League football.

“It’s ironic,” another Premier League lead analyst says, “the title of the role is performance analysis and yet currently, the analyst is not actually analysing performance. They’re collecting data.”

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«Надо продлевать!» Деспотович поступил неумно
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