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    High school soccer tournaments are not very common in Iowa. The first ever soccer tournament for the Dubuque Senior girls Junior Varsity soccer team was a huge success. It was in Clinton - DeWitt, The day started out by loading the bus at six in the morning at Senior. The sun was already out but the air still had a cold chill to it. All the girls on the team looked tired, their hair was messy and their eyes were barley open. I walked onto the bus and smelled something warm. I walk to the…

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    Soccer Observation Report

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    I. Conclusion Yes, soccer can be a very dangerous sports! After doing my research, reading, and observing about all the violent cases in soccer, I have come to the conclusion that the sport itself can be a very dangerous thing to play and cheer for. The violence in soccer has become an impossible thing to manage and even avoid in getting between. For example; In the year of 2014 I had a near experience with soccer violence between torcidas organizadas myself. I was watching the soccer match…

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    A Goniometer In Soccer

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    Introduction The instep kick is an important skill in the sport because it happens numerous times throughout the game. From long passes, a goal kick, free kick, clearance kick, and shooting to score a goal, is dependent on the mastering of instep kick technique. Mastering this technique increases accuracy, gives players a better chance of scoring and ultimately winning. The accuracy and the distance the ball travels is influenced by angular velocity. During an instep kick angular velocity…

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    Conflict is a normal behavior, therefore in social organizations or groups it is inevitable, whether it pertains to race, religion, age, social status, or gender; the struggle for equality is consistent. In fact, a CBS report highlights a complaint of gender discrimination by the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team. CBS correspondent O’Donnell (2016) reported that “Players on the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team are fighting the U.S. Soccer Federation over wages and treatment they say are not…

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    Dfas Reflection

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    DCAS Reflection During my time doing the 8th grade project, I experienced many new things and learned what it is to be a good mentor and soccer coach. I had several training sessions with young girls from the ages of 7-10 years old. My ultimate goal was to help them develop a deep love for the game, and inspire them to work on their own and become better. I wanted to show the girls I trained that through hard work and dedication, it is possible to become extraordinary at anything. By coaching…

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    engaging with many sports." Like many student-athletes in this world, I have a spark. A spark that motivates them every day. The spark that makes you get up in the morning and you are looking to be attending it. My spark was playing sports such as football, soccer, and basketball. To begin with, maintaining adequate grades has always been one of my top priorities. Just as important, participating in extracurricular activities at school has taught me quite a bit through the years. Running…

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    causing barriers to participation. An example of an NGB that came up with action to include everyone would be the FA – England’s football NGB. The Football Association has worked to improve and build on the original Coaching Disabled Footballers Course (published in 2000) to ensure that the current course format reflects the changing needs of players and coaches (Association, 2015) the FA gives the chance to become a coach for the disabled teams, work in the leagues and generally get involved in…

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    It was a cold day, cooler than all the other days before. Every day was getting colder and colder. The sun was out with clouds dispersed throughout the afternoon sky. I was fourteen years old. My soccer teammates and I were warming up for our game against Pingry. It was a Thursday. My friend Matt and I always warmed up together. I have known him since fifth grade. He always had a talk show host personality with a bit of humor. He was fairly short for his age, but that didn’t discourage him at…

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    Summary There are three primary categories that play a crucial role in the investing in Rampla Juniors F.C. to bring it back to the first soccer division of Uruguay. The Uruguayan lifestyle is so much different than the American. They way how people interact, build relationships and passion for soccer are key parts in the Uruguayan lifestyle. The second category is politics. Even though it seems that this is not related to a soccer club it actually is. Uruguay is the country with the lowest…

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    Never Give Up On Your Goal The final school bell rang. I just finished gym class and walked into the locker room to put on my Hillsborough High School soccer jersey. This was just one game out of many in my freshman season. I expected to win as our record proved that we were a muscular and athletic team. I am ready for the game with my soccer bag packed with my Gatorade and training gear. My other teammates begin to fill in the locker room preparing for the game too. I checked the team job…

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