Essay on English: Aggression and Hap Player Violence

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Violence in sport
Violence in sports refers to physical acts committed in contact sports such as
American football, ice hockey, rugby and football

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Player violence Athletes sometimes resort to violence, in hopes of injuring and intimidating opponents. Such incidents may be part of a strategy developed by coaches or players.

Here are some possible reasons for player violence • Emotional intensity
• Crowd behaviour
• Importance of the game
• Disappointment and frustration

Possible solutions to player violence • More authority
• Advanced technology
• Rule changes
• More severe penalties

fan violence
Here is just one example of fan violence
A friendly between Djurgaarden of Sweden and Union
Berlin of Germany resulted in flares and chairs being thrown on the pitch with the match ultimately being abandoned. HERE ARE SOME CAUSES OF FAN VIOLENCE

• ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
• CHANTING AND ABUSE
• IMPORTANT OF EVENT
• FRUSTRATION DURING SPORT

fan violence is a regular feature of spectator sports around the world.

Examples of violence in sports
HOCKEY
2000: MARTY MCSORLEY KNOCKS OUT DONALD BRASHEAR BY SLASHING HIM
IN THE HEAD WITH HIS STICK
BASKETBALL
1995: VERNO MAXWELL HITS AN ABUSIVE FAN IN THE…