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Effort towards a common goal and encourage respect

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effort towards a common goal and encourage respect towards the referees, coaches, players, and equipment. Jim Austin, M. W. (2008). Football and Philosophy : Going Deep. Lexington, Ky: The University Press of Kentucky. Retrieved from ? url= ? direct=true&AuthType=ip&db=nlebk&AN=224563&site=ehost-live&scope=site
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Human Kinetics. (2018). Respect for the game fosters sportsmanship. Retrieved from Goldstein, J. D. (2006, September). Promoting Sportsmanship in Youth Sports: Perspectives from Sport Psychology. Retrieved from Justin, Good reference with the Mike Tyson episode. I think I was too young to care about this at the time but I can remember being in school and seeing everyone mimic Tyson. I feel Tyson should have had the lifetime suspension being that he had a clear conscious decision to go above and beyond what is reasonable to purposefully hurt his opponent. I am in agreeance with you that this is a very poor case of sportsmanship. Do you know if something like this has happened since the Tyson incident and what were the results? All though the rules and regulations limit a players capabilities this is what regulates the organizations and competitions that allows these players to compete. I think sportsmanship is getting worse and specifically more aggressive as the decades pass by. I wholeheartedly feel
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