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Are both OK?

Which is better?

Background: John was not selcted to play for the soccer team. I felt sorry for him, so I accepted his request to be manager.

a) Feeling sorry for John, because I know how much he loves soccer, I told him his being a manager is fine with me.



b) Because I felt sorry for him, because I know how much he loves, I told him his being a manager is fine with me.

Thanks
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Because I felt sorry for him,and because I know how much he loves football, I told him that i am fine with him being a mangaer.
Hi, thanks

But this doesn't show that I felt sorry for him because I know how much he loves football
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Knowing how much he loves soccer [okay Dave -"football"], I felt sorry for John when he didn't make the team and told him it would be okay if he were manager.
Sorry British habit.
Thanks GG

Is my version a still Ok though? Why is it not as good as yours? (I feel yours is better. Not sure why).
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Your a version is okay. Your "because..., because..." b version is not.