However, true leaders who embody these characteristics build successful teams with sustainability. A dedicated leader on the soccer field inspires his teammates by example. When players on the team is exhausted and feels as though he or she cannot go on, they turn to the hardworking captain who inspires through his hard work. The captain makes players want to work hard when they see him doing the same. The captain shows his dedication by going in for a hard tackle late in the second half.
Going to the soccer academy was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. It took my soccer to a new level. Working there made me want to get better as I was improving. Moving through the wet grass, taking small touches on the slick ball. I enjoyed every aspect of it.
This new attitude, and fresh change of mind, helps her excel in her soccer game. Every hero is reborn, with a new change of mind, and heart. Jess’ change not only helps her ease her conscience, but also helps her succeed in her tournament final. The Hero’s Journey closely resembles Jess’ own journey in Bend it Like Beckham to become a soccer player. Both heroes face challenging obstacles, reach a significant low point, and are physically and/or mentally reborn.
This is the biggest moment of my life. About 25-30 minutes were left of play. We believed that we could win, and that belief led us to winning the game. We outplayed them in the second half, and won thanks to goals from Abandi, Jasem, Fahad, and I. The most important player in our win, though, was Aseel, as he was bossing the midfield.
The most enjoyable part was that I felt as if I had freedom. I only ever played this game with my close neighbors, being that it involved running around in the community. It was a very big part of my friend group because, it is what brought us together every weekend. - Adolescents: When playing competitive games, such as soccer, I was taught how to play this game through my dad when I was younger. The most enjoyable part of the game was the feeling of scoring a goal.
My senior year I decided to tryout for the soccer team. I thought I had a pretty good chance in making the soccer team since I’ve had some experience playing soccer, and I thought I was pretty good. Anyway, I ended up making the team, and their were some times I felt like quitting because we did ran so much, but luckly I had my friends who motivated
“My favorite part of running is running with my team. Obviously running really hurts and takes a lot of energy and training, but it is much easier when you can train alongside your friends and teammates. Going through such intense training brings us very close together and I’ve made some of my best friends on the team.” Speaking of friends, Lakes teammate, Braden Heimbaugh adds “The team brotherhood that we share is the main motivation and driver through the intense workouts that we do.” Lake continues “Another thing I really like about running is the feeling of accomplishment when I’m done. It feels really good to have completed a tough workout, especially if I’ve hit all my times” But not all aspects of running can be positive. “My least favorite part of running is definitely the stress and pain.
I play with many kids in my grade like kooper Hendricks. My favorite team in Soccer is Borussia Dortmund. They are in Germany and play in the Bundesliga. They’re team colors are yellow and black. They are one of the best teams in the Bundesliga and usually finish 1st or 2nd in the league.
According to FIFA, the is over 295 million kids/adults actively playing “The Beautiful Game” all over the globe. To see real passion for soccer, go to Brazil and watch their style of playing, it’s amazing. Many may think most famous people grew up with the perfect life, but it was different for Pelé. For Pelé to achieve his success, he trained in the streets with only a sock ball. Money didn’t stop him from becoming who he is today.
Although going through hardships may not necessarily be the most positive experience, the lessons people learn from the obstacles everyone goes through can be significantly fundamental to later success. I have been particularly fortunate in that I have not had to undergo substantial privations. One setback that will always be ingrained in my memory is a soccer game that I was playing during my freshman year of high school. It was the beginning of the year and I was transitioning from a big-bad eighth grader, into an insecure and quiet freshman. I had been playing soccer for the past few years, so I tried out for the high school team.