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MEANING SPORTS MANAGEMENT

Sport management is a field of education and vocation concerning the business aspect of sport. This certain profession is slowly increasing in popularity, yet is predicted to not be able to fill positions due to the explosion in demand. Entry level persons with a degree in sports management can expect an hourly wage due to the high demand with fewer jobs. sport management specialization offers professional preparation in the application of business principles to the sport industry. Students will complete a degree program that includes courses in accounting, management, marketing, economics, and computer applications. Sport management courses will focus on the business aspects of sport in culture, sports information, interscholastic intercollegiate and professional sports, facility management, sport ethics, sport marketing, sport law, and sport finance. Some examples of sport managers include the front office system in professional sports, college sports managers, recreational sport managers, sports marketing, event management, facility management, sports economics, sport finance, and sports information. Many colleges offer this in many degrees.

What Do Sport Managers Do?


A. Management Functions. Managers need to get the job done through others. They plan, organize, lead, and control to achieve organizational objectives. Managers in all organizations (whether they focus on sports or not) must use these four functions to get the job done. B. Nonmanagement Functions. Sometimes managers need to get involved in the daily operations and must help their people get the job done. For instance, helping to clean up after an event shows that a manager is willing to support his team of employees. C. Management Functions as a System. Managers need the ability to understand an organization or department as a whole and the relationships among its parts. As businesses compete in the global marketplace, creative analysis and judgmentcritical thinkingare needed to resolve conflict and solve problems. ADs must understand the need to integrate students, playing fields, and transportation all within an assigned budget. They need to view the entire system and balance all the needs of the people involved. D. Management Roles. Managers must wear many hats. They must juggle being the figurehead, leader, monitor, spokesperson, entrepreneur, disturbance handler, resource allocator, and negotiator.

Mumbai Cricket Association


HISTORY OF MUMBAI CRICKET ASSOCIATION

Mumbai Cricket Association formerly known as Bombay Cricket Association was established in 1930 and is the governing body for cricket in Mumbai, Greater Mumbai and Thane districts. The jurisdiction of MCA includes the area up to Dahanu in the Western Suburbs, Badlapur in the Central Suburbs, and Navi Mumbai up to Kharghar. MCA is a permanent member of the Board of Control for Cricket in India and houses the Headquarters of the BCCI in Cricket Centre within the Wankhede Stadium premises. Mumbai Cricket Association has a democratic set up and the affairs of the Association are run by a Managing Committee which is duly elected every two years by the General Body consisting of 350 member clubs. There are no individual members in the Association. Mumbai Cricket Association has a rich cricket heritage thanks to the quadrangular and pent angular tournaments played in then Bombay, the matches were extremely popular with all the star cricketers of the country participating in them. Mumbai was considered as the nursery of Indian Cricket and there was a time when the Indian playing eleven consisted of six to seven Mumbai cricketers. Mumbai has given the country 68 Test cricketers. The first Test match on the Indian soil was played at the Bombay Gymkhana

ground in 1932. Thereafter up to 1974 Test matches were played at the Brabourne Stadium and since January 1975 the international matches are played at the Wankhede Stadium. When the Wankhede stadium was undergoing redevelopment, a Test match was played at Brabourne Stadium in December,2009 and an ODI was played at the D.Y.Patil sports complex at Nerul in November,2009. Mumbai Cricket Association has dominated the Ranji Trophy Championship, the National Championship conducted by the BCCI since 1934. MCA has won the Ranji Trophy 39 times and was runner-up on four occasions. MCA won the Ranji Trophy 15 years in a row which in itself is a world record. Of late our performances have not been consistent. The Association has taken upon the task of building new infrastructures in the far off suburbs. MCA has developed the MCA Recreation Centre at the Bandra Kurla Complex which houses one of the best Indoor Cricket School in the world. This complex also includes a full fledged cricket ground where Ranji Trophy matches are played. MCA is also coming up with the Recreation Centre at Kandivali, the Western suburbs of Mumbai which should be operational in the next six to eight months. MCA undertook redevelopment of Wankhede Stadium in preparations for the ICC Cricket World Cup and the stadium was completed in time to stage the world cup matches and the venue entered the world cup history books as this was the first time in 10 world cups that the host country won the championship. Mr. Vilasrao Deshmukh the Honorable Central Minister for Science and Technology is now the President of the Mumbai Cricket Association.

PROFILE : Mumbai Cricket Association formerly known as Bombay Cricket Association was established in 1930 and is the governing body for cricket in Mumbai, Greater Mumbai and Thane districts. The jurisdiction of MCA includes the area up to Dahanu in the Western Suburbs, Badlapur in the Central Suburbs, and Navi Mumbai up to Kharghar. MCA is a permanent member of the Board of Control for Cricket in India and houses the Headquarters of the BCCI in Cricket Centre within the Wankhede Stadium premises. Mumbai Cricket Association has a democratic set up and the affairs of the Association are run by a Managing Committee which is duly elected every two years by the General Body consisting of 350 member clubs. There are no individual members in the Association. Mumbai Cricket Association has a rich cricket heritage thanks to the quadrangular and pentangular tournaments played in then Bombay, the matches were extremely popular with all the star cricketers of the country participating in them. Mumbai was considered as the nursery of Indian Cricket and there was a time when the Indian playing eleven consisted of six to seven Mumbai cricketers. Mumbai has given the country 68 Test cricketers. The first Test match on the Indian soil was played at the Bombay Gymkhana ground in 1932. Thereafter up to 1974 Test matches were played at the Brabourne Stadium and since January 1975 the international matches are

played at the Wankhede Stadium. When the Wankhede stadium was undergoing redevelopment, a Test match was played at Brabourne Stadium in December,2009 and an ODI was played at the D.Y.Patil sports complex at Nerul in November,2009. Mumbai Cricket Association has dominated the Ranji Trophy Championship, the National Championship conducted by the BCCI since 1934. MCA has won the Ranji Trophy 39 times and was runner-up on four occasions. MCA won the Ranji Trophy 15 years in a row which in itself is a world record. Of late our performances have not been consistent. The Association has taken upon the task of building new infrastructures in the far off suburbs. MCA has developed the MCA Recreation Centre at the Bandra Kurla Complex which houses one of the best Indoor Cricket School in the world. This complex also includes a full fledged cricket ground where Ranji Trophy matches are played. MCA is also coming up with the Recreation Centre at Kandivali, the Western suburbs of Mumbai which should be operational in the next six to eight months. MCA undertook redevelopment of Wankhede Stadium in preparations for the ICC Cricket World Cup and the stadium was completed in time to stage the world cup matches and the venue entered the world cup history books as this was the first time in 10 world cups that the host country won the championship. Mr. Vilasrao Deshmukh the Honorable Central Minister for Science and Technology is now the President of the Mumbai Cricket Association.

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ARTICALS Deshmukh outlines his priorities as MCA President By Javed Farooqui, Sportz Power Newly elected Mumbai Cricket Association president Vilasrao Deshmukh has assured that he will give all his time and experience in administration for the welfare of the game in the metropolis and neighbouring Thane. In the lead up to the MCA polls, Deshmukhs rivals had pointed out that he had attended only two meeting during his tenure as vice-president. I have already said this time I will not give people any chance to complain against me, Deshmukh told reporters after the election results were announced. Deshmukh, an influential leader Congress leader from the state, is currently part of the Union cabinet heading the science & technology ministry with additional charge of earth sciences. This is a huge responsibility, Mr Sharad Pawar has given direction to this organisation for the past 10 years and has done a lot of good work so I have challenges ahead, acknowledged Deshmukh. As the head of MCA, Deshmukh has three priorities, one of them is to tackle administrative problems faced by maidans in Mumbai. During the AGM, which was held after the polling ended, many MCA members had pointed out issues faced by them, from lack of toilet facilities to proper drainage systems. The members had pleaded that if Mumbai has to regain its lost glory in domestic cricket then Maidans have to be properly maintained. We have maidan clubs with more than 200 members. Our first priority will be to look into the problems faced by Maidans and we are hopeful that we will find ways in coming days to resolve these issues, the former Maharashtra CM claimed.

He also promised that the MCA will build new facilities, particularly in Thane and on the outskirts of Mumbai. MCA members from Thane had complained to the managing committee that due to paucity of space in Thane and adjoining areas of Mumbai, kids have to travel all the way to the city to practise. The second challenge is that in Thane and Mulund we dont have big playgrounds so people who want to play dont have that facility in those places. In coming days we will try to build new playgrounds and clubs in those areas, added Deshmukh. We will sit with the government and try to find plots to create infrastructure. Also on Deshmukhs priority list is employment of Mumbai cricketers. Off late, the central public sector undertakings have stopped recruiting local talent. Deshmukh promised that he will work with Sharad Pawar in Delhi to find a solution. The third main issue is that the central public sector undertakings have stopped recruiting local cricketers because of which new cricketers are not getting any opportunity. So we will try to see to it that our cricketers start getting employment in PSUs, he held. On queries about politicians entering sports associations, Deshmukh retorted by saying that every citizen has a right to contest and the prerogative of electing them rests with members, referring to his 47 vote victory over opposing candidate and former India captain Dilip Vengsarkar. Everybody has a right to contest elections whether it is a politician or a cricketer or a businessman. Our job is to give better governance and take measures to improve the standard of cricket and cricketers. That matter is closed now, the members have clearly demonstrated that they dont differentiate between the cricketer and politicians. Whatever is in the best interest of the association they have given the mandate. He also stated that the MCA president does not need to be available full-time since the policies are implemented by the core team including vice-president, joint-secretary and treasurer besides other committee members.

This post requires very less time (emphasis ours). (All) we have to do is give administrative directions which can be implemented by vice-president, jointsecretary and treasurer and all other members. We are a team and I am the captain. Each member of the team has to play his role.

He also pointed out that cricketers who want to be part of MCA can work with the cricket improvement committee, which takes decisions on important cricketing matters. Sunil Gavaskar was the chief of the CIC until he resigned some months ago, stating he was not able to dedicate as much time as needed. Our cricket improvement committee has all top cricketers so they have to think about cricket, we will give them whatever assistance we can in fulfilling that, Deshmukh averred. He also said he has no problems working with election rival Dilip Vengsarkar and said he would want him to be a part of the CIC. He had been a part of CIC for many years, we would want him to give more time to CIC so that we can produce better cricketers and raise the standard of game in Test and ODI cricket, Deshmukh said. On the Mumbai Premier League, which was postponed last year due to crowded international calendar, particularly with the World Cup and IPL playing out back-to-back, Deshmukh said he needs to go through the details. Till I understand everything properly it is difficult to say anything about that today. Whatever, promises we have made to our members it is our duty to fulfil it first. What Deshmukh conveniently chose to ignore of course was the fact that seeing as he had made the step up from MCA vice-president to president, he should have been in the know of such issues. After all he was not coming in as a fresh new face n the association's affairs. Clearly, Deshmukh has many promises to keep and much ground to cover before he can convince the sceptics that his assurances are merely empty rhetoric.

CLUBS Club Name A. C. C. Sports Club A. F. Ferguson & Co. Sports Club A. G. (L & R) Club Aarey Cricket Club Achievers Sports Club Adarsh Cricket Club Aiming Master Cricket Club Air Freight Ltd. Air India Sports Club Amar Cricket Club Club Type Associate Office Club Associate Office Club Ordinary Office Club Ordinary Maidan Club Associate Maidan Club Ordinary Maidan Club Ordinary Maidan Club Ordinary Office Club Ordinary Office Club Ordinary Maidan Club

TYPE OF CLUBS Maidan Clubs Office Clubs

TOTAL CLUBS 211 81

College & School Clubs Associate Office Clubs Associate Maidan Clubs Associate School and College

37 16 19 4 Total : 368

List of Grounds in Mumbai Azad Maidan B. K. C. (MCA) Bombay Gymkhana Brabourne Stadium Central Maidan (Thane) Chimaji Appa Ground C. P. C. C. (Andheri) Cross Maidan D.Y.Patil S.A Dadkar Maidan Gamdevi S. C Goregaon S.C Indian Airlines Indian Gymkhana Khar Gymkhana Mahavir Nagar (MCA - 1) Mahavir Nagar (MCA - 2) Marine Lines M.I.G.S.C. Oval Maidian Palghar Dahanu Taluka Sports Association R. C. F. (Chembur)

Tournaments Menes Tournament


2011 - 2012 Ranji Trophy Police Invitation Shield Cricket Tournament The Times Cricket Shield Shatkar Trophy Under-22 Col. C.K. Nayudu Trophy Sportstar Trophy Twenty20 Zonal League - West Zone Under-19 Vinoo Mankad Trophy Under-22 Shalini Bhalekar Trophy All India Under-19 Invitation Tournament for Dhruv Pandove Trophy Under-19 Practice Matches Buchi Babu All India Invitation Tournament

Women's Cricket
System in which duties are divided, there is necessarily a head coach who oversees all other coaches as a supervisor. Successful coaches often become as well or even better-known than the players they coach, and in recent years have come to command high salaries and have agents of their own to negotiate their contracts with the teams. 2011-2012 Senior Womens One Day Super League cum Knock Out Senior Womens Zonal League One Day - West Zone Under-19 Womens One Day West Zone

2010-2011

Womens Senior Twenty20 All India Super League - Knock Out Womens Senior Twenty20 Zonal League - West Zone Under-19 Womens All India Super League - Knock Out Senior Womens All India Super League - Knock Out Senior Womens Zonal League One Day West Zone Under-19 Womens One Day West Zone Under-19 (Womens) Practice Matches

COACHES In sports, a coach or manager is an individual involved in the direction and instruction of the on-field operations of an team or of individual player. Coaching entails the application of sport tactics and strategies during the game or contest itself, and usually entails substitution of players and other such actions as needed. Most coaches are former participants in the sports in which they are involved, and those who are not have usually had extensive training in the sport in question. A coach, particularly in a major operation, is traditionally aided in his efforts by one or more assistants known as the coaching staff. The coach's leadership is often cited, rightly or wrongly, as one of the prime or even the prime ingredient in successful efforts by the players under his or her direction. Many times, in major team sports the principal coach (usually referred to as the head coach) has little to do with the development of details such as techniques of play or placement of players on the playing surface, leaving this to assistants while concentrating on larger issues. The title "Coach" is also one of respect or affection, often replacing the first name much like "Doctor" to become "Coach Smith". Former players will still address their instructor as "Coach", even if both the player and coach him/herself have long retired or graduated on. Contents Responsibilities Coaching Methods

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In some professional sports operations the head coach also serves as general manager, the team executive responsible for acquiring the rights to players and

negotiating their contracts, generally in recent years with their agents, and for trading or dismissing players, but these roles have been increasingly likely to be seen as separate functions fulfilled by separate persons in more recent years, although many coach/general managers still exist. Many coaches, usually those of school-sponsored sports teams, also bear the responsibility of teaching the skills, rules and tactics involved in a particuliar sport to its players. This can be accomplished individually, by team, by division (ex. Bowling Coach, Batting Coach, etc.) where applicable. Under this system in which duties are divided, there is necessarily a head coach who oversees all other coaches as a supervisor. Successful coaches often become as well or even better-known than the players they coach, and in recent years have come to command high salaries and have agents of their own to negotiate their contracts with the teams. Coaching methods: Coaching techniques and philosophies are often taught by prominent coaches to youth and high school coaches at events referred to as "coaching clinics" where literature supports the increase of specific, positive feed back in order to achieve optimal effects of coaching. The classic practice consists of the on-court demonstrations and walkthroughs to learn the plays and strategies. Other applications are used to create a more effective learning environment that will reach all the athletes. Coaching philosophies are passed along from one generation of coaches to another through these events, and of course the tendency of assistant coaches serving under a successful head coach being the most likely to be given an opportunity to become head coaches in their own right. Many coaches are former players of the sport themselves, and coaches of professional sports teams are sometimes retired players.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF SPORTS MANAGER


A Day in the life of a Sports Manager Sports managers spend their time behind the scenes coordinating all businessrelated activities for the team that employs them. During the playing season they may work seven days a week. When they work for college or professional teams they stay behind in their office at the teams home facility while the team travels to away games. A few who have been in the business for many years travel with the team from city to city, but they are the exception. During the off-season, the manager is busy negotiating trades and signing free agents. The sports manager or general manager, as he/she is sometimes called, signs all players to the professional team. According to one successful manager, It is more important to know which deals not to make than which deals you should make. This is often the most delicate aspect of the job, as a manager must make deals that satisfy the owners, without alienating any of the players. Managers who work for a professional sports team are involved in the yearly ritual of drafting college players. They work closely with the coach and scouts to determine which players are the most talented, economically feasible, and play positions the team needs. Managers must do this while keeping an eye on the teams budget. They are in charge of everyones salary, from the coach and players down to the assistants. They also make financial arrangements for travel, equipment, and uniform purchases and must factor into their budgets player injury and the possible team success that leads to additional playing and travel costs. Sports managers have to participate in press conferences and explain the reasons for their decisions to the media, without giving away their intentions for the future. They may be the subject of both complimentary and critical press reports which they must be able to ignore. When they sign a great player, they are considered heroes. When a respected player leaves the team or slides into a losing streak, managers are often seen as contributing to the teams downfall. Managers should expect to be fired and forced to relocate a number of times during their careers. For all of these reasons, this is a highly stressful job.

Paying Your Dues:


There is no one ideal background for a sports manager. Sports managers should, of course, love the game they are managing and should have experience playing or coaching it. Most managers have spent time as an assistant to a manager or

coach while in high school and college. Most managers begin managing local school teams, work their way up to the college level and eventually work with professional athletes. Some may have a degree in physical education, with a business minor, which allows them to handle the business aspects of their work. For managers of professional teams, a business degree is recommended. The manager should be familiar with contract laws, economics, and accounting. There are no licensing requirements for managers. They may belong to an organization or association of managers in their particular sport.

Associated Careers:
The general manager is usually promoted from the position of head coach or head of scouting. A coach organizes practice schedules and develops playing strategies for the team. The scout visits teams in lower divisions of the sport to find new talent: For example, College Team scouts attend high school events. They meet with exceptional players and watch them play. When they find a player that they think would be an asset to their team, they generally work out a scholarship plan to entice the player to attend their employers school. First major function is planning (such as in anticipation of future or upcoming events). Second is organizing (such as dividing workload). Third is leading (such as motivating for change). Last is coordinating (such as 'smoothing' and reporting any obstacles.

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