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  • Case Study: Soccer As A Space Of Social Interaction

    Soccer As A Space of Social Interaction – I received a unanimous answer in terms of soccer being the most significant and one of the very few spaces where the Indians bonds with the Germans and vice versa. My field work overlapped with the soccer World Cup 2014, that gave me an opportunity to witness this myself. While they would not hang around after work otherwise, the Germans and Indians would be enthusiastic in grabbing a beer over the soccer games. In Munich, this sentiment, as a matter of…

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  • Elizabeth Marston: How Dreams Can Lead To Success

    explains that she had always dreamed of becoming a professional soccer player. Elizabeth eventually became one through working towards her dream. Dreams can make the world a better place. Dreams can lead to dedication which leads to success. You can make your dreams a reality. Dreams inspire students to be great because dreams help the world become better, they lead to dedication which leads to success, and although some may say that dreams can get in the way of reality, students can make their…

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo And Messi Similarities

    The two best soccer players in the world got to the top with hard work and dedication. In this era, it is an undisputable fact that Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are the two best players around. They are both always the top two contesters for the Ballon d'Or, which is the most significant individual trophy in the soccer world. Every year, each player out performs the other one breaking records and creating history. Both players hold a prestigious name in soccer internationally, creating a…

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  • Rudyard Kipling's Essay: Theme Of Bravery

    “Rikki-Tikki knew he was a young mongoose and it made him all the more pleased to think that he had managed to escape a blow from behind.” (pg. ) Rikki and I share multiple human qualities, one of them is bravery. In my soccer season, I stepped up to be the goalie when no one else wanted to. The theme of the fictional story Rikki-tikki-tavi by Rudyard Kipling is bravery can conquer your fears. Rikki-tikki is a brave and curious character in this story. “It gave him confidence in himself, and…

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  • The Economic Challenges Of The 2010 Fifa World Cup

    The 2010 Fifa world cup as a nation builder The most watched sport biggest event. The Fifa world cup played a definitive role in the nation building of South Africa this small event inspired people and built the nation’s economy and infrastructure. Nation building through sport has its origins from the ancient Greeks through the Olympics. But nowadays the Fifa world cup is the biggest contributor to building a nation through unity and a love for the beautiful game. The word cup inspired the…

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  • FIFA: Abusing Report

    The topic I chose to write about is how FIFA is abusing people in order to build their stadium for the upcoming 2022 World Cup in Qatar. In 2015 allegations were brought against the organization FIFA(which stands for Federation, International, Football, Association), which stated that they are forcing migrant workers to stay in cramped conditions, pay large fees, being lied about how much they will earn, not being paid, and getting their passports confiscated. These allegations came from…

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  • Zika Virus Research

    and transmission of the Zika virus around the world. It is important that scientists take this virus serious and try to take action against it. There is always going to be a problem with bacteria and viruses…

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  • The FIFA Scandal

    Who or what is FIFA and why does the FIFA scandal concern me? First, let’s look into FIFA. FIFA (La Fédération Internationale de Football Association) is the international governing body of football (better known as soccer here in the US). FIFA is responsible for the organization of football 's major international tournaments, most notably the Men’s and Women’s World Cup. FIFA was founded on May 21, 1904 in Paris by delegates from Belgium, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and…

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  • What Sport Is Soccer Essay

    been around for so long but the U.S. is behind 90% of Europe is playing soccer and there years and milestones ahead of the U.S. The United States Women’s Teams is the first to ever win a World Cup for the U.S. The United States is not the best at soccer and there is so much more to soccer than just the World Cup. There are so many leagues in soccer the U.S. league is the MLS not the best league but close some of the more prominent leagues are BBVA; Bundaleaga, and the Premier league. There is so…

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  • The Perfect Shot In Soccer

    The Perfect Shot I can do this. I know I can. Everyone is counting on me. My friends, my family, and my team. I have to make this shot. I can't let them down. I won't let them down. To most people, taking a penalty kick in a soccer game is simple. All they have to do is kick a ball 12 yards just enough so that it crosses over a white line and rolls past the goalkeeper. However, it's not as easy as it seems. It can be this easy if players think positive instead of thinking negatively about…

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