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  1. يربط المؤرخون بين صعود كرة القدم والثورة الصناعية، بما يجعل منها لعبة تتفق مع الأزمنة الحديثة. فهي تنطوي على التنافس الديموقراطي القائم على الكفاءة، إذ نصيب اللاعب من النجاح مرآة لمهارته الفردية، مثلما أنّها لعبة جماعية لا ينقصها الاختصاص والتكامل، فلكل لاعب دوره في إنجاز الهدف المقصود، وفي كل دور ما يكمل أدواراً أخرى. وإذا كان اللاعب، بصيغة الجمع، يمثّل بقامته المعتدلة عملاً عضلياً، فإنّ إلى جانبه عملاً ذهنياً، يعطي اللعبة أسسها الضرورية. فهناك الإدارة التي تشرف على الفريق، هاجسة بالنصر والتفوّق، أو بصناعة جيدة، ترضي الجمهور. إضافة إلى"الحَكَم"، الذي هو قاضٍ حديث يضمن العدالة والمساواة، اعتماداً على قوانين موضوعية أقرّها غيره. إنّه الفنان، الذي يشرف على اللعبة، من حيث هو لاعب آخر، يشخصن النظام ويوحّد بين النظام واللعب، معلناً عن عقلانية عملية، تصنع الكل الفاعل من أجزاء عاقلة جيدة التدريب. Historians draw a link between the rise of football and the industrial revolution with what makes of the former a game that suits modern times as it involves democratic rivalry based on competence. As the player’s successfulness is a reflection of his individual skill—just as it is a game played as a group and is not marred by speciality and unified work—then every player has a role in accomplishing the intended goal and each role has something that complements other roles. If a player, in the sense of his being a part of the whole, represents with his moderate posture a physical action involving the muscles, then there is also with it a mental work which gives the game its necessary foundations. Thus there is the management, which supervises the team, whose thoughts are on winning and excelling or on a good workmanship that pleases the football community. There is also the referee who is a modern judge ensuring fairness and equality by relying on objective rules that were set by others. He is the orchestrator who watches over the game as though he were another player; he physically represents the order (of the game) and combines order with play whilst revealing a practical mentality that creates the active whole from well-trained parts that think sensibly. This text is from here.
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