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Examination of the hopelessness levels of the soccer players about the goal to play in a top league

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Murat Son, Enis Çolak, Serap Çolak, Eyüp Uzuner, Ezgi Çetin, Servet Reyhan and Osman Arslan
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

While Hope includes the belief that plans for achieving the aim, hopelessness includes negative perspectives for the future. If hopelessness can be defined as a state of losing hope, it is necessary to know what hope is supposed to be. For this purpose, we aimed to investigate, in amateur sports clubs, the levels of hopelessness of soccer players in reaching the goal of playing in an upper league. The population of our study, which deals with the level of sports and hopelessness, consists of 75 male athletes between the ages of 17-19. Gender, age, sport age and branch were examined in personal information. The effect of the football club on the level of hopelessness of athletes was found statistically significant. Furthermore, the effect of working with the same coach on in terms of training year was also found significant. The factors are determinative in achieving their goal in young players who get closer to the upper categories, For this reason, it can be ensured that the Amateur Clubs can be supported the correct orientation of our youth. Training programs of coaches can be updated periodically. This can help trainers to obtain more formative knowledge in the training of young athletes and to improve their quality of education. Such an organization can allow more young athletes to receive qualified education. Young athletes who want to continue their sports life as a professional should have a good education in the youth academies. For this reason, to be carried out the educational activities of young people in a healthy manner, the competence prerequisite of the coaches who will undertake the education of the youth can be imposed.

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