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because is isn't Rugby

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Q: In soccer Why do the players have to use their feet instead of their hands?
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in volleyball you use your hands, and in soccer you use your feet, with the exception of the goalie. Also in volleyball, you play on a smaller court, with 6-8 players, in soccer you can have i believe up to 12 or 14 players on the field.

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