a) You have to have athletic abilities to play. (You’re running for about 90 minutes!) In football, you’re on the field for 30 seconds.
b) In football, the goal is to try and injure the other player. When a quarterback is sacked and injured so they’re carried off the field, you can see the opposing team members giving each other “high fives” because they made such a good play. How does that teach sportsmanship?
c) Soccer is much more affectionate. After a goal, you can see the soccer players jumping all over each other and giving each other hugs and kisses. In football, the player that gets a touchdown dances around like a chicken ?!?!?
I don’t see how there can be any reasonable debate about this, but any messages agreeing with me are welcome below.
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