One day teacher of English B said to teacher of English A, “In Spain soccer is so popular among kids. Now I can remember that a physical education teacher of our school used to tell us, teachers, that one very positive and educative point in relation with playing soccer (we say ‘football’) was that playing this sport actually make and form teams: a group of kids have to fight together for their team to win the game, and the championship, for a longer period.
As well, if a kid is one player of that team, she feels the obligation to follow and fulfill the discipline of attending the practice and training. 'I cannot put my friends aside, I must go to practice', one of those kids could think for herself. All the school subjects, as you can see, converge to serve as educative times for youngsters.” / Photo from: goalkeepingitreal wordpress com. a female soccer (or ‘football’) team