Football is more than a sport; it is also an invaluable . In teaching young players to cooperate with their fellows on the practice , the game shows them the necessity of teamwork in society. It prepares them to be citizens and persons.
Wherever football is played, the players learn the rough-and-tumble lesson that only through the of each member can the team win. It is a lesson they must always on the field. Off the field, they continue to keep it in mind. In society, the former player does not look upon himself as a lone wolf who has the right to remain from the society and go his own way. He understands his place in the team; he knows he is a member of society and must himself as such. He realizes that only by cooperating can he do his in making society what it should be. The man who has played football knows that teamwork is in modern living. He is also aware that every citizen must do his part if the nation is to . So he has little difficulty in adjusting himself to his role in family life and in the business world, and to his duties as a citizen.