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  • Sports Franchise Simulation : First Half Reflections

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    Sport Franchise Simulation – First Half Reflections Introduction For four seasons now, Swansea City has enjoyed a foray into professional sports leagues as part of a sports franchise simulation. Competing in division three of the National Sports League, Swansea has been challenged to develop a business strategy that optimises profits despite their unique, franchise-specific limitations in revenue earning capability. Franchise management has been astonished to learn the extent to which these revenue

  • A Description of the History of the NFL Essay

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    There are two conferences in the NFL, the AFC and the NFC. There are four divisions in each conference, each with 4 teams. The playoff teams are decided by the division rankings. The winner of each division makes the playoffs, with the two best 2nd place teams making it in as a wild card. The NFL made

  • The Pros And Cons Of Football

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    What is football? Football is a sport where you can shine and show your potential talent. For most people football is not just a game; it is more than that, it is a job as much as it is a lifestyle. For most athletes, when you step out onto the field you forget what is really going on in your life. However, for a professional quarterback, you cannot just forget about the world and play the sport. The quarterback has many responsibilities since they are the most valuable player on the field, so they

  • Logo, Logos And Evolution Of The Chelsea Football Club

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    CHELSEA FOOTBALL CLUB LOGO DESIGN EVOLUTION I. Introduction Logos are icons, symbols, sign, or trademark that represents a product or company. It basically summarizes what the company is all about. the main purpose of logos is to help the public remember a product. It comes in different forms, sizes, or contexts. Some logos are inspired by its respective company histories. Logos should appeal to its target audience in order for them to trust a particular company. II. Chelsea Football Club The

  • How Did The British Influence Of Sports In Ancient Egypt

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    British sports such as football, basketball, handball, and squash. Unlike the other sports there is belief that football originated in ancient Egypt according to Alaa Al Aswany of the New York Times. “The Greek historian Herodotus, who is thought to have visited Egypt in about 460 B.C. and again in 448 B.C., described the sight of young men kicking around a ball made from goatskin and straw.” However, it was not until 1882 when the Egyptians adopted the official laws of football and it almost immediately

  • Andrew Moore 's Opera Of The Proletariat : Rugby League, The Labour Movement And Working Class Culture

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    In America, sports are viewed as a proud American tradition. Football is a collective celebration of American excess and capitalism. However, according to Andrew Moore’s article, “Opera of the Proletariat: Rugby League, the Labour Movement and Working-Class Culture in New South Wales and Queensland”, across the ocean in Australia, there is a strong connection between the creation of the Australian Rugby League and the Australian Labor Movement. This paper will analyze Moore’s claims and determine

  • Football South Essay

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    the last few years, the AFC South has solidified itself as one of the weakest divisions in the NFL. In the past two seasons alone, a 9-7 record has proven good enough to clinch the AFC South title, and the division hasn’t seen a Wild Card qualifier since the Indianapolis Colts in 2012. Despite a usually competitive division race, the chase for AFC South supremacy hasn’t necessarily translated into interesting football. Last season, the Houston Texans managed to win the AFC South’s first playoff

  • History Of Television And The Nba

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    television, the NBA has rebounded to become quite possibly the most popular league in the nation. It was through television that the league finally established itself as a worthy opponent to Major League Baseball and the National Football League. The NBA got its first television exposure during the 1953-54 season on the long-since folded DuMont network. At that time, baseball was still the national pastime, and pro football was beginning to take the spotlight as the favorite sport. Even college basketball

  • My Favorite Sport Is Soccer

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    the Cambridge Rules. Football was segregated into two groups; some colleges and schools opted for Rugby rules that allowed tripping, shin kicking and also carrying the ball. These rules were exclusively prohibited as per the Cambridge rules. In October 1863, eleven representatives from London clubs and schools met at the Freemason’s Tavern to set up common fundamental rules to control the matches amongst themselves. The outcome of this meeting was the formation of the Football Association. In December

  • Andrew Moore 's Opera Of The Proletariat : Rugby League, The Labour Movement And Working Class Culture

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    patriotism. However, according to Andrew Moore’s article, “Opera of the Proletariat: Rugby League, the Labour Movement and Working-Class Culture in New South Wales and Queensland”, across the ocean in Australia, there is a strong connection between the creation of the Australian Rugby League and the Australian Labor Movement. This paper will analyze Moore’s claims regarding the connection between the Australian Rugby League and not only the Australian Labor Movement, but socialist philosophy in general.

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