In some countries known as “Futbol,” soccer has come to be the world’s most popular international team sport. Whether it’s a referee, a soccer fan, or even an athlete, it is a known fact that every country in the world celebrates and plays the sport of soccer. Soccer has been around for nearly one hundred and fifty years since 1863 when the origins of the sport were first invented. Ever since then, the sport has done nothing but risen to the highest demand of natural athletes.
Though most of the world loves the sport, it just makes it that much harder to
move to the professional level of playing. To move to the next level of playing, you have to have lots and lots of skill, must be fairly fast, good feet, and of course just like what every college wants, you can’t be a complete dummy, meaning not failing classes. Coaches like players who create, who make plays for other players or for themselves to score. Theirs not too much work value involved, except playing dirty really doesn’t look good for your reputation as a soccer player to other coaches and possibly fans of yours.
The task of a real true soccer player is to play your position, unless you are very skilled, in which case a player can play anywhere the coach puts him. Other than that, it is a must that you go to practice everyday, not going will a consequence in a fine out of your pay check, and the only way to get out of it is if something severe has happened to you. Your hours are the same hours for every other person on your team, weather its practice hours, game hours, their all the same. If you truly love the game of soccer, you will have no problem with the environment, after becoming a professional, the game of large green soccer fields will be like being at home. There are safety precautions in some areas, there are times when the sport will get a little rough, but what sport isn’t. Every now and again you are bound to get some sort of injury on some part of...