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    It is more realistic to become a FOOTBALL PLAYER or a SINGER?

    Research for my dissertation.

    Thanks guys
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    One key element you haven't specified:

    At what level?

    I can kick a ball with some friends, playing football. I am then a footballer.
    I can attempt to sing along to the radio. I am then a singer.

    You'll have to ask a much better question than that if you want any decent responses for a dissertation....
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    It depends upon your skill in each. However, I think that it's easier for a skilled person to become a football player than a singer, as it seems to me that you need more luck (getting noticed, commercial sound etc) to get anywhere as a singer.
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    it depend on your level as a football player and as a singer
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    You need to be more specific for better answers.
 
 
 
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