Football is a growing sport

MetalNut By MetalNut, 15th Dec 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1ecv0h55/
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This page will be about what the game of football represents and how this game has touched many hearts.

Football is Forever

Football is one of the most major sport ever to be played internationally. Over 120 countries play this beautiful game and it is hard to think that anyone dislikes this game. Soccer originated, as some historians say, from the 2nd and 3rd centuries BC. The level of this game is matched by no other but that is just my opinion. This game consists of 22 players, 11 on each side. 2 referees judge the game to make sure that no unjust play happens. Their are different formations in which the manager of the team can set. There are 4 defenders, 4 midfielders and two strikers. This game has enough passion to drive Romeo and Juliet back together from the dead. Whatever the problems, whatever the criticisms, this game has enough power to lead a country to war and back. Comparison with American football, hockey, tennis, swimming etc, i find soccer to be a sport of passion, quality, sportsmanship, friendship and just having fun. Most people that watch it say that a team they support has to win trophies otherwise there is no point watching the club. They are 50% wrong because although trophies are a major part of the game, the style of play also comes into play. My personal favorite team is Arsenal F.C. They have a style which is rivaled by none and they love the game. Their passion is equaled by a few and their style of play is irresistible. This is how much the game of soccer means to me and i hope you guys out there learn to love the game as much as i do.

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Football, Mentality, Players, Technique

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author avatar MetalNut
I am 20 years old and an avid fan of writing. I like writing my own poetry and writing books. Currently i am writing the 8th book of Harry Potter.

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