Football Fitness, a new concept in football clubs: possibilities and challenges

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Football Fitness, a new concept in football clubs : possibilities and challenges. / Ottesen, Laila; Bennike, Søren.

Sociology and Sport in Face of New Challenges: EASS: European Association for Sociology of Sport: Book of Abstracts. red. / Álvaro Rodríguez Días; David Moscoso Sánchez; Jesús Fernández Gavira. Sevilla : AESDE / Asociacion Española de Sociologia del Deporte, 2013. s. 50.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferenceabstrakt i proceedingsForskningfagfællebedømt

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Ottesen, L & Bennike, S 2013, Football Fitness, a new concept in football clubs: possibilities and challenges. i ÁR Días, DM Sánchez & JF Gavira (red), Sociology and Sport in Face of New Challenges: EASS: European Association for Sociology of Sport: Book of Abstracts. AESDE / Asociacion Española de Sociologia del Deporte, Sevilla, s. 50, EASS 2013, Cordoba, Spanien, 08/05/2013.

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Ottesen, L., & Bennike, S. (2013). Football Fitness, a new concept in football clubs: possibilities and challenges. I Á. R. Días, D. M. Sánchez, & J. F. Gavira (red.), Sociology and Sport in Face of New Challenges: EASS: European Association for Sociology of Sport: Book of Abstracts (s. 50). Sevilla: AESDE / Asociacion Española de Sociologia del Deporte.

Vancouver

Ottesen L, Bennike S. Football Fitness, a new concept in football clubs: possibilities and challenges. I Días ÁR, Sánchez DM, Gavira JF, red., Sociology and Sport in Face of New Challenges: EASS: European Association for Sociology of Sport: Book of Abstracts. Sevilla: AESDE / Asociacion Española de Sociologia del Deporte. 2013. s. 50

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Ottesen, Laila ; Bennike, Søren. / Football Fitness, a new concept in football clubs : possibilities and challenges. Sociology and Sport in Face of New Challenges: EASS: European Association for Sociology of Sport: Book of Abstracts. red. / Álvaro Rodríguez Días ; David Moscoso Sánchez ; Jesús Fernández Gavira. Sevilla : AESDE / Asociacion Española de Sociologia del Deporte, 2013. s. 50

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