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October 23, 2021, 04:30:20 PM
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Loving football and playing from a much tender age to this extent, I just had a quick view of my past in football of the pitch and on the pitch, a little of what I have observe and learnt from football are viz;
•To believe in myself.
•Humility.
•To be patient,while trying to hunt down my goals.
•Not to give up in life,that's why we have two halves first half and second half,so as to give a second trail.
•Taught me team work and cooperation.
•Not to be selfish,while trying to get my goals.
A whole lot to say, majority are football lovers and have that which over time they have got to learn,what are viz ?
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October 25, 2021, 04:16:33 PM
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Football is a field sport. It's a game of men. It is the most played sport in the world. It learns about teamwork, sportsman spirit, cooperation and patience, and much more. It infuses us to make untiring efforts for victory. It learns you how to face the other team in the field and how to play in the cowed of Spectacle. It encourages facing problems.
The Half time of the match refreshes the players and they are again ready to play with full strength.
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October 31, 2021, 08:24:52 PM
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The enjoyment of football comes when the interest is developed from childhood, but at this present era we do force our selves to football and is d reason some of player fine football difficult to understand during soccer activities in pitch, men like involving to soccer games more than the girls before and this time girls develop soccer skills more than the men, I can't justify this now.
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November 06, 2021, 08:26:07 PM
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Indeed it’s a good field sport and one of the most popular games in the world. I have learnt how to manage a team, to achieve team goals, teamwork, sportsman's spirit self-esteem the importance of self-motivation, and never give up.
It really enhances the abilities and personality of the player.
Also, it involves physical exercise as well. Which is mandatory in the current ERA as we are so much involved in this new digital technology that we don’t have time for physical exercise?
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December 05, 2021, 09:57:37 AM
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Indeed it’s a good field sport and one of the most popular games in the world. I have learnt how to manage a team, to achieve team goals, teamwork, sportsman's spirit self-esteem the importance of self-motivation, and never give up.
It really enhances the abilities and personality of the player.
Also, it involves physical exercise as well. Which is mandatory in the current ERA as we are so much involved in this new digital technology that we don’t have time for physical exercise?



Yeah all of this really does count.
As a versatile defender and midfielder, I have learnt to lead and direct from the back,this is a very good feature and quality of a good leader.
I got to know what sportsmanship really means,I have been a biased viewer of football,but with time, I changed gradually.
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January 07, 2022, 03:19:46 PM
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Playing in high school, football taught me how to control and direct my emotions. More importantly, how to direct those emotions into productive activities.

As a kid, I would struggle with this, and would constantly express my emotions in unhealthy ways. High school football was the best thing that could have happened to me. Learning healthy ways to deal with strong emotions is a life skill that many take a lifetime to learn.
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January 12, 2022, 01:35:46 PM
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Football has many lessons one can learn from it, be it on or off the pitch.
Lessons which are expected to be naturally learnt can come from any of the reasons
  • Patience and discipline 
  • taking of every opportunity to get a winning chance
  • Beina a team player
  • learning how to manage emotions etc
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January 14, 2022, 03:30:21 PM
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Although the title leaves it all open, that is, without the experience of sport practice,  in OP it takes it as an example of experience in practice.

I was fortunate because I started practicing from kid formally until reach the youth category ... but in the reality of life many of the things you name have come as examples of life for other experience factors, but certainly the soccer or football leaves training, commitment and friendships forever with those who were at that early stage, this may not happen in the more advanced categories, but it is incredible to found friends for years without seeing and remember certain games, plays, goals...

I do not know if humility, be patient, not surrender in life and even work as a team, can you learning  it with this sports, maybe I work all that for you, what is really important is having good coaches in those stages as kid is fundamental, by those years it allowed me to see coaches who knew how to handle that.

On the other hand, football has a lot of teaching for those who do not practice it, teachers-trainers, masseurs, speakers, commentators, people who work in the stadiums, parents, hey!! parents, I can not leave out my parents, they did not practice football but always supported me, I think that's great for me the special relationship that made football with my father for those years without doubt flowers right now that I write and leave me a nostalgia, pretty feelings.

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January 21, 2022, 03:12:55 PM
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Your words matter. Because every human being has some goal. Which you mean in the language of football. I am also a football lover. I have loved football since childhood. Because it keeps people away from physical and mental stress. And for that I watch this game more and I try to play better myself.
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January 22, 2022, 07:38:55 AM
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Your words matter. Because every human being has some goal. Which you mean in the language of football. I am also a football lover. I have loved football since childhood. Because it keeps people away from physical and mental stress. And for that I watch this game more and I try to play better myself.
Football is for leisure, all support activities is for leisure, it really helps to remove pains from some one stress as you talk here, i like football and enjoy any thing concerning support, is few people that will dislike support and is not many
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