Football is a sport suitable for all ages, a particular experience that caninvolve both children and adults, male and female, skilled and less-skilledplayers, without the need for any specific level of motor abilities. Eventhose who do not stand out for the quality of their technical skills can, inthe end, manage with significant ease to play with others, chase after theball, their teammates and opponents; above all, they succeed in findingenjoyment by making a particular move or scoring a goal. Technically,the ball is the main element needed to play. It represents the primarystimulus inherent in the game itself, which can then acquire a deepersignificance as a tool for communication between the team members,who will try to hold onto the ball as much as possible by hiding it fromtheir opponents. These latter, in turn, will try to penetrate the collectivedialogue built by the other team. However, no particular conflict towardthe opposing team is involved: this behaviour is part of the game, whichis governed by rules defining permissible techniques for tackling andwhich foster each individual’s skill within the collective action.

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Ruscello Bruno
Supervision
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2019

Abstract

Football is a sport suitable for all ages, a particular experience that caninvolve both children and adults, male and female, skilled and less-skilledplayers, without the need for any specific level of motor abilities. Eventhose who do not stand out for the quality of their technical skills can, inthe end, manage with significant ease to play with others, chase after theball, their teammates and opponents; above all, they succeed in findingenjoyment by making a particular move or scoring a goal. Technically,the ball is the main element needed to play. It represents the primarystimulus inherent in the game itself, which can then acquire a deepersignificance as a tool for communication between the team members,who will try to hold onto the ball as much as possible by hiding it fromtheir opponents. These latter, in turn, will try to penetrate the collectivedialogue built by the other team. However, no particular conflict towardthe opposing team is involved: this behaviour is part of the game, whichis governed by rules defining permissible techniques for tackling andwhich foster each individual’s skill within the collective action.
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