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Work Of English ( Football )

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    • The history of association football , which is usually known simply as football , can be traced to traditional football games played in Europe, particularly Medieval England, in ancient times. The modern game has its roots in the formation of the The Football Association (FA) in England in 1863
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    • football clubs all played by their own, individual codes of rules, and game-day rules had to be agreed upon before they could play one another.
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    • Ebenezer Cobb Morley (1831-1924) was an English sportsman and is regarded as the father of The Football Association and modern Football and, to a certain extent, of all organised Football.
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    • THE FOOTBALL IS A SPORT TO PLAY WITH A BALL IN THE FACE OF TWO TEAMS PLAYERS ONCE THESE PLAYERS ARE IN FOUR DIVIDEN POCISIONES DEFENSE, THE MEDIA, AND FRONT SIDE
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    • A football is a ball used to play one of the various sports known as football. In the distant past, crude balls such as inflated pigs' bladders were used, but balls are now designed by teams of engineers to exacting specifications. Each code of football uses a different ball, though they all belong to one of two different basic shapes:
    • a sphere: used in Association football (also called soccer in many countries) and Gaelic football
    • a prolate spheroid ('oval-shaped')
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  • 10. DONE BY : JUAN CARLOS VALENCIA AND ENRIQUE COSTAS