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The title of the book ‘Fifteen Thousand Hours’ by Rutter et al. (1982) is based on the approximate number of hours a pupil spends in school. So, what did I learn in my 15,000 h? Well, I certainly acquired two really useful skill-sets, football and boxing. I still play football, albeit not in my favoured utility midfield role; rather now as a languid right back, protected by a much younger and faster midfielder in front of me. What makes football such a good learning experience and useful skill-set to learn? Travel practically anywhere in the world and you will easily find footballers, who play in teams either in organized leagues or social set ups. They love the game and the ‘crack’ (I think this term has Irish origins, ‘craic’—loosely means fun; apologies if I’m wrong).
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