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what would help me with becoming a soccer player?

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Thank you comment icon Practice,. Look for apps or social media that post drills that you can practice. Or just goolgle soccer drills. Try the MOJO app Carrie Hough, PMP, DASM
Thank you comment icon my brother played soccer when he was about your age and loved it im sure that you will like it to just get in there and show your team what your made of Rebecca Dines

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Aisha’s Answer

Hello Arron,

Practice Practice Practice!!! Practice is key!! And spend time learning about soccer so you're better prepared for this career. Consider reading books, watching soccer matches on TV and, if possible, conversing with other soccer players. While the reading and watching games can help you learn new techniques, the latter can give you added insight and help you determine whether you want to pursue this career. Doing this also helps you grow your knowledge of the sport and can help you feel more prepared for this career.

Good Luck on your journey,
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Brandon’s Answer

Practice is always the best thing to have when doing anything. The more practice you get in, the better you become. I think the most important thing though, is try to practice with a team and try and get along with everybody (at least good enough to work with them).

For a job you would want to attend any open tryouts for pro teams. While it may be difficult and you may not make it in the first time, it is good experience to know the level you will need to be in order to make it into the big leagues.
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Pam’s Answer

Practice, practice, practice! And as mentioned earlier not only on our skills but also working with the team. You can also look for soccer tryouts in your area for pro and other teams. Good luck to you!
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Jorge’s Answer

Hi Aronn,

I used to play pro in Mexico, but the process might be a little different.
Here you can start playing in a FC at any age since studying is not a requirement. But I would say that the steps to overcome and get where you want are pretty similar...
The best advice I can give you is to become an athlete. Nowadays it is not enough to be good at something if you don't make the best of it, so you must train hard 6/7 to excel. Work on you technique, take care of your body, have a healthy life... go big for it so you don´t have regrets later.
Also, something that helped me a lot was how motivated I always was. I was always giving my all, every training every minute of the match. That helped me a lot to become better every day and also had a great impact in my teammates. I'm sure that if you work hard and if you show great results, you can get wherever you want.
Always remember to be a team player and try to improve your leadership skills. Be nice to everyone and let your game speak for you. You don't have to demonstrate anything to anyone but yourself. Be punctual, get habits that could help you develop your career and set realistic objectives.
Make your relationship with coaches something special, get feedback. If they like your game, they will speak great about you and someday could help you grow your career. Always give an extra, watch soccer games and follow players you identify with. Be humble!

Hope this helps.
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