Magazine article: Why soccer and not football?
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The magazine is looking at how North Americans call the most popular sport in the world soccer instead of football. To illustrate the article, the client requires pictures of those spheres used to play the world cup. The picture can be a close-up, an action shot, a cleated foot resting upon the ball, etc. American-style obloid balls are acceptable, but only if the traditional round ball is included for comparison. The ball must predominate the image, not just a photo that includes a ball.
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Wednesday, 17th July, 2013 (GMT)
Wednesday, 24th July, 2013 – Tuesday, 30th July, 2013 (GMT)
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