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Oops! What am I doing here??
That's better probably.... now I have more than one line per message.
What was I trying to say?
Association football had its first rulebook around 1860, which makes it a
fairly distant outlier in the football phylogeny.
The real outliers of course are Aussie Rules and Gaelic football, which probably
split from the rest at a very early date. There's also Winchester football, which is only played at Winchester school.
That's probably going to be an early one, but I'm not sure quite how early...
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