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    We might ask to ourselves why all these violent events take place at first, or how a human being can behave in such manner that hurting others and deteriorating that beautiful game is enjoyable. The reason is simple; hooliganism or comparable behavior is also not restricted to a certain city, region, or country. Hooligans often resemble other young men who have problems at school and at home, particularly in connection to authority figure relationships while social control for the greater part…

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    Exceptionalism In America

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    same to “America’s Game,” football. These two circumstances work to strengthen the underlying theme that American exceptionalism is an explanation for the sports gradual spread. The American people’s expectation of superiority clashes with the sports current inferiority to rivals such Germany and England, which is contrary to the popular and dangerous belief that the United States is inherently unquestionably the best in every foreseeable way. Europe’s disinterest in football is a relatable…

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    Soccer Personal Narrative

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    Throughout my short life journey, soccer has been an enormous part of my life. I began playing soccer at a young age; this is the point in my life when I fell in love with the sport. As I grew older soccer became less of a hobby, and more of a lifestyle. Today, I am literate in the sport of soccer, because I have proficient skills, and a firm understanding of the game. I consider myself very soccer savvy, however the most important literacies I have acquired from soccer were the life skills of…

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    The Hole That Opened My Eyes It was a cloudy, cold, and windy winter morning. I remember the day I felt so embarrassed because everyone around me was laughing. I was a chunky fifth grader who was ashamed of her body image and hated it when it came to playing sports in PE. I was one of those kids who always got picked last. Additionally, I was always getting yelled at because I was not good enough of an athlete. I wanted to prove my skills. I wanted to show them that I was capable of being a…

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    Pay Gap Persuasive Essay

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    The Wage Gap: Sports Edition The U.S. women’s national soccer team has a radiant, ambitious history. Over three decades, it has traveled from non-existent to the top of the soccer world. Although, that doesn’t mean they are treated that way. There is still gender based bias against them, specifically involving a large wage gap. Recently, the team took a step toward equality. In 2015, members of the US womens team their names being Carli Lloyd, Becky Sauerbrunn, Hope Solo, Alex Morgan, and Megan…

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    How Outdoors Impacted My Life When I was young, all I did was play outside. Being outdoors was all we did as kids. Summers consisted of long wiffle ball games that ended up being overly intense, complete eight-teen man baseball games out in the field, and huge blowout soccer games that would last hours. The last, but my most favorite activity was fishing, it is a passion I cannot stray from. From the time I could walk I have fished. While I was planning this paper I struggled with a topic, after…

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    If everyone’s a winner, then is there ever a true winner? After a season of any sport, every child is handed out an award. Whether or not they actually deserved it is the true question. They claim that the child needs to be encouraged and build their self- esteem. Build it through what, lies? “You lost and I can see that you didn’t try your best, but here, take this piece of plastic that’s supposed to build your confidence.” In reality, they are not being rewarded for their hard work, they are…

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    Organizational structure points out how individuals and teamwork are coordinated inside an organization. To reach your goals and objectives work needs to be coordinated and managed. As a manager for a professional soccer team back in Norway, organizational structures are vital for me to keep developing my business. There are mainly four aspects of structure that we use. They are centralization, formalization, hierarchical levels and departmentalization. My organization consists of me as the…

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    Under Pressure Today is the big game, as I’m sitting in class thinking how important this game is to the whole school. Even though I was not going to play because I’m the backup goalkeeper I was still excited to be part of the team. This is my senior year and I hoped to have memorable moments. “Let’s all support the boys and girls soccer team in today’s game versus Leuzinger at 7 o clock. Go Cougars!” The principle, Mr. Newell seem extremely excited over the announcements for tonight’s game…

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    1. Ali: What is your full name? Why did your parents select this name for you? Did you have a nickname? Interviewee: My full name is Jamal Chowdhury. I don’t know why my parents selected this name for me, I’ve never asked. I did not have a nickname. 2. Ali: When and where were you born? Interviewee: I was born on March 12th, 1940. I was born in Moli Bazar, Bangladesh. 3. Ali: How did your family come to live there? Interviewee: My family came to live there because, that’s where all my…

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