Fighting for the Order



Indeed, coaches prepare the team for any situations that may arise on the field. However, this does not mean that athletes are obliged to solve any dispute by means of crude physical influence on rivals.

Fighting for the Order


On the contrary, experienced coaches urge not to succumb to the provocation of enemy players, in order to retain strength and good physical shape until the end of the competition.

Blow below the belt in fights on the court does not apply.

This is indeed so. After all, the main goal of the fighters is to disorient the enemy for a while, therefore blows are most often directed to the person.

The worst part is for the athletes who separate the fighting.

It’s true. Moreover – sometimes the athletes trying to separate the fighting players get themselves disqualified themselves, since the judge can not always determine who was the instigator of the scuffle, and who acted as a peacemaker.

The main task of the referee during the fight is to save the whistle and identify the perpetrators.

The main task of the judge in such a situation is to contribute with all his might to stop the riots and punish the guilty. Although, unfortunately, the verdicts handed down to them are not always fair.

Doctors who cure injuries of athletes after a fight on the field, receive overtime, and therefore mass fights are only welcomed.

Absolutely mistaken opinion. Physicians refer to various kinds of brawls extremely hostile – in fact the fight does not always end with only small scratches and bruises. Sometimes finding out the relationship with the help of kulaks leads to quite serious injuries, requiring long-term treatment.

Mass fights are compulsorily practiced at various sports gatherings and trainings.

Indeed, coaches prepare the team for any situations that may arise on the field. However, this does not mean that athletes are obliged to solve any dispute by means of crude physical influence on rivals. On the contrary, experienced coaches urge not to succumb to the provocation of enemy players, in order to retain strength and good physical shape until the end of the competition.

In sport, a fight is sometimes a tactical technique that increases the chances of winning.

This is indeed so. In some cases, players of the losing team arrange a fight, trying to change the scenario of the development of events in the match and, if not to withdraw from the game the strongest athletes of the opponent, then at least worsen the mood of the members of the opponent team with the help of small fouls.

To intimidate opponents, athletes can sometimes beat their own team members.

Such situations do take place, but in some sports (for example, in rugby or football) fights between the representatives of one team happen more often, and in others (basketball, volleyball) – much less often.

Sometimes on the sports ground are fights, which members of rival teams agree in advance.

Yes, it happens. For example, in hockey, where there are even specially trained fighter players (tafgai) appearing on the site, if a certain situation develops. And if the field goes two tafgaya from the competing teams – without a fight just will not do.

Sportsmen-fighters receive considerable percent from sales DVD with records of the braches arranged by them.

First, there are no disks of this kind on sale. Secondly, even if the records of fights and tried to distribute on discs, this would hardly bring tangible profits, since a detailed video report on any brawl on the sports ground first appears on the Internet, where it can be viewed by anyone interested in it, and absolutely free.

Sometimes in the mass fights take part not only team members, but also coaches.

Wrong opinion. Coaches in the brawls that take place on the field, never interfere.



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