Comparative Study on the Present Situation in the Development of the Chinese Long River Delta Women Football Team

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Chinese Long River Delta has three Women Football Teams. The present situation of Chinese Long River Delta Women Football Team attending the 2005 spring training was investigated and studied through questionnaires,observations and visiting. The present management system,fund sources, basic conditions of the coaches and players in the Chinese Long River Delta Women Football Teams are clear. It was found that at present the management system of Shanghai and Jiangsu Women football teams are come up to the professional management system. But Zhejiang Women football hasn’t been very well popularized. An orderly system of succession hasn’t been formed. The unstable coach population requires to be trained and to raise their level. And their manage policy and measures is insufficient compare with Shanghai and Jiangsu women football team.

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Zhang, H. (2012) Comparative Study on the Present Situation in the Development of the Chinese Long River Delta Women Football Team. Creative Education, 3, 51-55. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B012.

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