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Covid-19 Case Study: Restart and its Problems in Football Super League in NCTR

Yıl 2020, Cilt 31, Sayı 4, 185 - 198, 13.01.2021
https://doi.org/10.17644/sbd.788283

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The aim of this work is to study the 8 matches problems encountered in the break, Preparation Period, Competition Period in NCTR Football K-Pet Super League due to Covid-19. It is forced to have a break for 72 days between 7th March 2020 to 18th May 2020 in 16 teams and 30 matches league after 22 plays with 8 matches to go after Covid-19. The example given in this article a questionaire run among the 17 players. In the break 3 players had no training, 7 players had house/garden core training, 4 players had cycling training, and 3 players had runs/strength and ball training. 7 players had the same body weight, 5 players had an increase, and 5 players had their body weight decrease during this period. Preparation Period was given for 33 days duration between 18th May 2020 to 20th June 2020 after the 72 days of break. Between 21st June-22nd July 2020 for 31 days Competition Period with remaining 8 matches took place. For normal season NCTR Football Super League expected to take place between 15th September to the mid of the May 2020. The league extended till after the mid July 2020, and lasted for 11 months instead of 8 months. The problems were tried to be solved arising due to Covid-19 and extended period of the league in the light of the available literature.

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Covid-19 Vaka Örneği: KKTC’de Futbol Süper Liglere Dönüş ve Sorunları

Yıl 2020, Cilt 31, Sayı 4, 185 - 198, 13.01.2021
https://doi.org/10.17644/sbd.788283

Öz

Bu çalışmanın amacı Covid-19 nedeniyle ara verilen KKTC Futbol K-Pet Süper Ligine geriye kalan 8 maçın oynanması için ara, hazırlık periyodu ve yarışma periyodu sorunlarının incelenmesidir. Covid-19 nedeniyle 7 Mart 2020 ile 18 Mayıs 2020 tarihleri arasında 72 gün ara verilmiş, 16 takımlı ve 30 maçlı sezonun oynanan 22 maç sonrası geriye kalan 8 maç oynanamamış ve ara verilmek zorunda kalınmıştır. Burada örnek alınan bir lig takımında bu süre içerisinde 17 sporcu üzerinde yapılan sorgulamada 3 oyuncu hiç antrenman yapamamış, 7 oyuncu ev/bahçede core antrenman, 4 oyuncu bisiklet antrenmanı ve 3 oyuncu koşu/kuvvet ve top antrenmanı yapmıştır. Bu süre içerisinde 7 oyuncunun vücut ağırlıkları aynı kalmış, 5 oyuncunun artmış ve 5 oyuncunun ise vücut ağırlıkları azalmıştır. 72 günlük aranın arkasına 18 Mayıs ile 20 Haziran 2020 tarihleri arası 33 günlük bir Hazırlık Periyodu uygulanmıştır. 21 Haziran-22 Temmuz 2020 tarihleri arasında 31 günlük bir Müsabaka Periyodu uygulanmış ve bu süre içerisinde geriye kalan 8 maç oynanmıştır. Normal olarak KKTC K-Pet Süper Ligi 15 Eylül 2019 ile Mayıs 2020 ortalarında 8 ayda sonlanması yerine Temmuz 2020 ortalarına kadar uzamış ve 11 ay sürmüştür. Çok istisna olan Covid-19 nedeniyle uzayan lig ve karşılaşılan sorunlar ulaşılabilen literatür ışığında çözülmeye çalışılmıştır.

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APA Açıkada, C. & Solkanat, A. (2021). Covid-19 Vaka Örneği: KKTC’de Futbol Süper Liglere Dönüş ve Sorunları . Spor Bilimleri Dergisi , 31 (4) , 185-198 . DOI: 10.17644/sbd.788283