Tolunay, Ă–zgerhan
November 2008
International Sports Law Review Pandektis;2008, Vol. 7 Issue 3/4, p378
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the sports policy and football in Turkey. According to its Constitution, the country has the authority to develop the physical and mental health of its citizens of all ages, and has the right to encourage the spread of sports on the public. Moreover, the government has allocated significant amount of money to increase the number of athletes to achieve successes in international sports competitions. In addition, the Directorate General of Youth and Sport is encouraging citizens to engage in sports to develop their physical and mental health,


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