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Sports in English speaking countries

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  • 1. The Beautiful Game Whatisit?
  • 2. • Over the last hundredyears the game of football has totallychanged the worlds of sport, media and leisure.• Football isplayedworldwide by more than 1.5 millions teams and 300,000 clubs.• An amazingeight out of ten people in the world watch the World Cup.• It is, as the Great Brazilian footballer Pelé describedit, « The Beautiful Game »
  • 3. A global passion• The game of football is played in every nation on earth, not only by the 120 m regular team players, but also by countless others on beaches, in playgrounds and streets.• The world’s love of simple – It’s because football is simple. All that is needed is a ball, a piece of ground, and two posts.• The world’s geatest players, Georges Best, Diego Maradona, and Pelé, all learned their skills on wasted grounds.• These are the places where the sport is born and why football has become a global passion.
  • 4. Other sports in English speaking countries??
  • 5. The Haka?• It’s a traditional war dance from the Maori of New Zealand.• The violent movements are designed to intimidate the opponants.
  • 6. Australian Football??

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