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Feb 23, 21 07:21 PM
Young athletes need to fail in order to learn resilience. We can't baby them and expect them to succeed, in life or in soccer.
Jan 30, 21 10:35 PM
France,like most European countries, relies on the system of relegation and promotion between its football teams to determine movement.
Jan 30, 21 10:03 PM
German football structure allows for relegation and promotion between their different leagues.