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Does "poverty beyond soccer" exist in Japan? "I was real poor" Yu Kobayashi talks about the actual experience

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Kobayashi: I like children as much as I used to dream of becoming a childcare worker if I wasn't a soccer player.

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soccer player

soccer playerWhat is (Soccer Senshu)?サ ッ カ ーThe person who actually plays the competition in.

It is estimated that there are approximately 2 million soccer players worldwide[1].


Jean-Pierre PapinDescribes soccer as a “universal language”[2].. Soccer players generallyYouth team,amateurStart your career with a team,Professional soccer playerIt aims to.


EuropeIn some professional top leagues such as, you can get much higher income than other jobs.Premier LeaguePlayers earn an average of about $100 million annually[3].. Players from the wealthiest clubs average $600 to $800 million annually[4]Can earn up to $7000 million a year[5].. For this reason, the Economic News Platform said, "It's because the market is small because there are few people watching it live."[6]

However, only some professional football players can actually play at this level, and many football playersSemi professionalA player. Players who play in leagues other than the above-mentioned high-income leagues have a relatively general income. There is also a tendency that the salary varies depending on the position. For example,AmericaEquivalent to some leaguesMajor League Soccer Of2013 Average annual salary of $148693, of whichGoalkeeperAverage salary of $85,296, whileforwardPlayers averaged $251,805 to $166,509[7]. Also,Female soccer playerAverage income is much lower than boys[8].. For example, the American Women's Soccer League,National Women's Soccer LeagueThe annual salary of players belonging to is less than $30,000[9].

After retirement, some football players may continue to work in football, such as.1979 Study found that higher-level team players occupy more of the soccer club's executives and earn more income after retirement[10].. Other career paths include work in the media industry, including commentators on soccer programs, management of apparel brands and restaurants, and real estate investment.[11]

Psychological aspects of performance

Performance of soccer players is generally said to be lower on away teams than on home teams. this is,Home advantageIt is due to. The cause of this phenomenon has not been scientifically elucidated[12].. And in another study,Referee Penalty kickShort for less than 0.2 secondswhistleHas been found to be more likely to fail a penalty kick after a long blow than after a long blow[13].

Impact on health

2002 OfアイルランドAccording to a research institute's announcement, soccer players are described as "humans with high levels of physical fitness and muscles in all areas of physical performance".[14].

Retired soccer playerdepressionThe probability of developingnormal personIs almost the same as[15].. A 2009 study also found that football had a positive effect on sleep and psychological function during growth.[16].. But for professional football playersAverage lifeIs known to be shorter than the average person.2011 OfGermanyStudy ofGermany national football teamAthletes' life expectancy is about two years shorter than average men[17].. Former soccer players areOver use), you may suffer from chronic pain after retirement.

2000 FootballinjuryStudy on[18]According to them, 81.5% of the causes of injury are trauma and 18.5%OveruseIs. The types of injuries aresprainAccounted for 30%, followed byfracture(16%),Meat separation(15%),Ligament injury(12%),Meniscus damage(8%). Looking at each part,kneeInjuries accounted for the most (29%),ankle(19%),vertebral(9%). Also,2012 Study shows that 19% of all injuries are muscular injuries[19].

headingIt is,Amyotrophic lateral sclerosisHas been shown to lead to an increased incidence of[20].. 1987 yearNorway national football teamResearch on athletes inTraumatic brain injury,Brain contusionBrain damage such as was discovered[21]. Also,Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu OfSterling universityHeading has a major negative effect on brain function and memory, and players immediately after heading have 41% to 67% less memory, with a gradual decrease over 24 hours. did[22][23].. From this background, in the United States,United States Football FederationHave taken steps to ban heading for children under the age of 10.[24][25][26], Even in ScotlandScottish Football AssociationFormer Gordon Smith chairman argues that "heading should be banned for certain age groups, imitating the United States"[22]For example, there is growing concern worldwide about the health effects of heading.

Particularly fragile partAnterior cruciate ligamentIt is,TackleByAnterior cruciate ligament injuryEtc. may be caused, and of players after retirementHip jointToOsteoarthritisIs often seen[27]. Also,ThighInjuries are known to account for 54% of muscular injuries[19].FIFAPublished a report in 2012 describing the causes of injury for these football players[28].


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  3. ^ Nick Harris (January 2011, 1). “Salary £20 to £33,868 per week: History of English football and income”. Sporting Intelligence. http://www.sportingintelligence.com/2011/01/20/from-20-to-33868-per-week-a-quick-history-of-english-footballs-top-flight-wages-200101/  Retrieved February 2018, 7
  4. ^ Wealth club wealth in Europe -soccermommanual.com viewed on July 2018, 7
  5. ^ Cristiano Ronaldo's average income -forbes.com viewed July 2018, 7
  6. ^ Why Women's Soccer Players Get Lower Salaries -Newspicks.com viewed July 2018, 7
  7. ^ Average annual salary of MLS players -everydaylife.globalpost.com viewed on July 2018, 7
  8. ^ Low wages for female soccer players who are not just "Nadeshiko" -newsweekjapan.jp Retrieved on July 2018, 7
  9. ^ Income of American Female Soccer Players -oureverydaylife.com viewed July 2018, 7
  10. ^ Allen L. Sack; Robert Cheer (January 1979). “College Soccer and Social Mobility: An Example of a Notre Dame Soccer Player”. (English edition ((English edition) 52 (1): 60–66. two:10.2307/2112594. JSTOR 2112594. 
  11. ^ Bailey, Mark (August 2014, 8). “What do footballers do when they retire?” (English). ISSN 0307 1235. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/active/11028666/What-do-footballers-do-when-they-retire.html#:~:text=Many%20former%20players%20seek%20new,to%20working%20in%20financial%20services. October 2020th, 8Browse. 
  12. ^ Richard Pollard (June 2008). “Football Home Advantage: The Current Situation of Unsolved Puzzles”. The Open Sports Sciences Journal ((English edition) 1: 12-14. two:10.2174 / 1875399X00801010012. https://doi.org/10.2174/1875399X00801010012. Pdf.
  13. ^ Gail Jordette; Esther Hartmann; Einer Simonstad (November 2009). “Pressure in the PK match in the representative game”. Psychology of Sport and Exercise (Elsevier) 10 (6): 621–627. two:10.1016 / j.psychsport.2009.03.004. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychsport.2009.03.004.  Players who rush to kick the PK are prone to failure. October 2016
  14. ^ A. Stradwick; T. Rayleigh; D. Doran (June 2002). “Physical data of excellent soccer players”. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness ((English edition) 42 (2): 239–242. PMID 12032422. http://europepmc.org/abstract/MED/12032422/reload=0;jsessionid=NPCiMZG7kKrWxI4wXOL0.4. 
  15. ^ TL Schbenk; DW Golembro; RR Dopp; E. Hipple (April 2007). “Depression rate of former soccer players”. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 39 (4): 599–605. two:10.1249 / mss.0b013e31802fa679. PMID 17414796. http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/555786. 
  16. ^ Serge Brand; Johannes Beck; Gerber, Markus; Martin Hatzinger; Holsbear-Trashsler.Gerber, Marx ;, Edith (November 2009). “Soccer has a positive effect on your sleep.”. (English edition ((English edition) 14 (8): 1144–1155. two:10.1177/1359105309342602. PMID 19858334. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105309342602. 
  17. ^ Oliver Kiss, Alexander Curtig, Karin H. GlaserSoccer player lifespan"Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports" Vol. 21, No. 6,(English edition, December 2011 2011, e260–e265, two:10.1111 / j.1600-0838.2010.01269.x.Pdf.
  18. ^ Izzy Cormac; Astrid Junge; Lars Peterson; Izzy Dvorak (September 2000). “Factors of injury to soccer players”. (English edition ((English edition) 28 (s5): s58–s68. two:10.1177 / 28.suppl_5.S-58. https://doi.org/10.1177/28.suppl_5.S-58. 
  19. ^ a b Jan Exstrand (2012). “UEFA Study of Professional Soccer Player Injury”. Sports Injuries prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation (Heidelberg New York: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg): 871–875. two:10.1007 / 978-3-642-15630-4_111. ISBN 978-3-642-15629-8. 
  20. ^ Adriano Chio; Jean Martino Benji; Maurizia Dossena; Roberto Mutani; Gabriele Mora (January 2005). “Risk of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in Italian professional football players”. (English edition (Oxford University Press) 128 (3): 472–476. two:10.1093 / brain / awh373. PMID 15634730. https://doi.org/10.1093/brain/awh373. 
  21. ^ O. Sortland; AT Tissuer (March 1989). “Brain injury of former soccer players: Computer tomography examination”. Neuroradiology (Springer) 31 (1): 44–48. two:10.1007 / BF00342029. PMID 2717003. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00342029. 
  22. ^ a b Greatly affects football heading, brain function and memory -afpbb.com
  23. ^ Does heading cause memory problems? The adverse effect on the brain was found by a British university study -soccer-king.com
  24. ^ Ban on rice. Is Heading Harmful? Not only health damage but also the possibility of affecting the competition itself -footballchannel.jp
  25. ^ No heading under 10 years old, new regulation by the Football Association -cnn.co.jp
  26. ^ Youth soccer ban on heading in the US -news-postseven.com
  27. ^ Couto B. Klunder; Bujan Ruda; Jorgen Hansen (December 1980). “Osteoarthritis in former soccer players”. Acta Orthopaedica Scandinavica (Taylor and francis) 51 (1–6): 925–927. two:10.3109/17453678008990896. PMID 7211298. https://doi.org/10.3109/17453678008990896.  Pdf.
  28. ^ Colin W. Farah; Astrid Junge; Izzy Dvorak (January 2012). “FIFA's approach to keeping footballers healthy”. (English edition ((English edition) 46 (1): 11–17. two:10.1136 / bjsports-2011-090634. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2011-090634. 

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