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Football Rules Of Our Childhood In Ghana

Football Rules Of Our Childhood In Ghana

Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played with a spherical ball between two teams of eleven players. It is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries and dependencies, making it the world’s most popular sport.

1 – The Fat Is Always The Keeper
2 – The Game Ends Only If All Players Are Tired (Except Rule 6)
3 – No Matter The Score, The Team That Scores The Last Goal Wins The Game
4 – There Is No Referee
5 – Only If It Is Serious
6 – If The Owner Of The Ball Gets Angry The Game Is Over
7 – The 2 Best Players Can’t Play On The Same Team, So Everyone Chooses Their Players
8 – If You Are Chosen The Last One Is A Humiliation
9 – If There Is Penalty The Keeper Is Replaced By The Best Player Of His Team And Says “Not For Good” To Mean That After The Penalty, The Keeper Returns To His Post
10 – When The Ball Comes Out Of The Playground To A Remote Destination, It’s The Hitter Who’s Going To Get The Ball
11 – The Best Player On The Ground Is Always On The Same Team As The Owner Of The Ball
12 – To Start A Game We Always Said “Pree” With Our Mouths, The Game Begins”
13 – To Distinguish Teams, A Team Should Play Shirtless
14 – You Kick The Ball In The Air To Start A Match
15 – Its All Massive Attack, Massive Defence
16 – Remember The Owner Of The Ball Is Fifa
17 – No Offside
18 – If Your Mom Calls U , Someone Can Be Playing For You And When You Return You Continue.
19 – You won’t play some if you aren’t in good terms with the owner of the ball

Written By: Neizer PapaBoski Ansah‎

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