What is a supporter soccer ball?


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2011-11-03 21:55:31
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A supporter soccer ball is your mom


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No, because a soccer ball is a hard ball. A kickball is much bigger and softer. Soccer ball is made for soccer. Kickball is made for kickball.

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That is question explains itself. The soccer ball is used to make the sport of soccer what it is. For without the ball the sport of soccer would not exist. The ball is used to score goals.

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a bsket ball bounces hightest then come a tennis ball and then a soccer ball

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