Bright and lively textbook written specifically for the OCR GCSE in P.E. (1970), with the aim of helping lower achieving students (Grade C/D or below) obtain a better grasp of each P.E. topic and improve their examination performance.In some cases turning professional is more appealing than remaining an amateur . If the player had ... As players make progress in their sport, small clubs may be unable to make it financially viable for them to remain there. For some amateur ... less appealing. Open competitions can undermine the amateur ideal of playing for the love of the game. ... There are many young people who go for trials for football teams and suffer the disappointment of not making the grade. Those who doanbsp;...
|Title||:||Folens Gcse Pe for Ocr|
|Publisher||:||Folens Limited - 2004-04|