1. Administration and sports

Chapter 1



by:  Josavere

In an act of immense greatness, because of what it means for a human being to leave so much power, Pope Benedict XVI resigned and opened the way to the greatest leader of the last centuries, Jorge Mario Borgoglio, who has generated a true religious revolution with the highest leadership of the Catholic Church, seeking the protection of the weakest. Fortunately for the sport, H.H. Francisco, has clearly shown his approval and declares himself a fan of San Lorenzo de Almagro, an Argentine club where at the beginning of his sports career our legendary and beloved goalkeeper Efraín “el caimán” Sánchez shone with his own light.

The fans and fans, who pay for the show in search of an opportunity to distract themselves, constitute the weak part since the others: governors, managers, investors, journalists, referees, coaching staff, footballers, and logistics workers profit from it. , with all the rights, to the extent that they contribute as a function of service for a dignified show, removing from their environment all kinds of practices that violate Fair Play and making it a tool for personal growth and social development for everything that represents for humanity.

The fans have the right to happiness, a fundamental objective of the human being, and the other interest groups must take care of them by contributing with the corresponding part so that the show is a generator of joy for the family group and complies with the social responsibility that corresponds to it. for its ability to convene, contributing to inclusive, equitable, and sustainable economic growth because happiness contributes immensely to innovation and productivity.

After the thunderous failures of communism and socialism and the great cracks of capitalism as economic systems, the latter tries to reinvent itself seeking to contribute to the growth of human beings, instead of ruthlessly exploiting them as it did in the beginning, generating much rejection and protests of fatal consequences.

Modern administration is committed to this objective and today corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a subject in the corresponding chair, based on the declaration of human rights in Paris and strengthened by the practices of Good Corporate Governance, which seek to protect employees. small shareholders.

The sports leadership needs to regain the trust lost with harmful practices such as the “sale” of seats and seats, the origin of some evils that threaten Fair Play. For this, governance based on legitimacy is imposed to confront corruption and prevent some “revivals” from taking over sports institutions for their personal profit and putting them at their service.

It takes an effort from all levels, starting with the powerful multinationals that run the sport worldwide, the governments and the religions of the world-oriented to the education of the fans so that they learn to exalt themselves in a controlled way with the triumphs and calmly assimilate the defeats, in which it is very important to link the family group. This behavior begins at home, continues in schools, and is complemented in sports clubs, which must be as many as needed so that all beings have the possibility of satisfying second-order needs. Every company, college, university, and other institution must have their sports club within the administrative structure. The University must prepare officers for sports clubs.

Sports schools must belong to clubs administered with democratic principles and transparency that legitimize authority and be oriented towards training good people, taking advantage of natural advantages when children learn while enjoying themselves. These types of organizations provide companies with their contribution in matters pertaining to compliance with corporate social responsibility (CSR) and contribute enormously to well-being and happiness as a contagious group, a basis for productivity and an environment conducive to innovation, a tool for competitiveness. and generation of value.
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