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The effect of the 1989-1990 political transition in Hungary on the development and training of football talent

Géza Vincze ; Semmelweis University, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Science, Budapest, Hungary
Balázs Fügedi ; Berzsenyi College, Department of Sport Science, Szombathely, Hungary
Henriette Dancs ; Berzsenyi College, Department of Sport Science, Szombathely, Hungary
József Bognár ; Semmelweis University, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Science, Budapest, Hungary


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From the beginning of the political transition in Hungary the changes and developments affecting sport did not occur in a premeditated fashion, but instead more as the associated results of certain economic, social and political events. As a result of the political transition, one of the most important factors in Hungary’s lag in football talent development seems to be the weakness in management. The positions of talent development are best in the independent talent development (junior) clubs mostly because these clubs have no senior teams and therefore all attention is paid to the youth. The lack of success of the past 20 years or so in this sport clearly shows that Hungarian football is heading in the wrong direction. It is time to approach the issue of talent development in Hungarian football in a different manner. In this paper, we provide suggestions for improvement.

Ključne riječi

talent development; youth development programmes; junior leagues; Hungarian football

Hrčak ID:

24831

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/24831

Datum izdavanja:

30.6.2008.

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