Being a captain in soccer whether it's professional soccer or high school soccer is an honor to be. Professional players such as Andres Iniesta, Carles Puyol, Sergio Ramos, and the player that inspired me to play soccer Paolo Maldini have all shown why being a captain is such an honor to be. Now I have been given the honor to be varsity captain for My high school soccer team but I wasn't just given to me because I was a senior no, it was given to me because of my hard work and dedication to become a better soccer player and to become a leader. Freshman year was a big learning process for me.
Have you ever grown to dislike something that you once loved? And I don’t mean something you liked that one day you just got bored of. I mean you loved this it was you whole life, then over time you just built up a hatred for this once great thing. For me this would be football. I still love to watch and talk about football, but I could never play the sport again.
The day I found out I made the Banners team was the day my lifestyle changed. I now practice four hours a day on weekdays and six hours on the weekends. I am never home and when I am you can find me in my room finishing homework or trying to catch up on rest. In the beginning ,I felt overwhelmed and frustrated. I even considered quitting because of how physically exhausted I was.
One day, I was on the soccer field, playing the game I love and I just about scored a goal but the goalie stopped the ball. Then, the goalie proceeded to punt the ball and I started to run backwards and did not see the ball coming towards me. Also, there was a girl running next to me and when I went to turn around, the ball came crashing down on my head and so did the girls elbow and also the ground. Needless to say, I had a full blown concussion, but I continued to play the rest of the game because I didn’t think there was anything wrong with me. Later that day, I started to feel nauseas and along came the terrible headaches.
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
I played soccer sophomore and junior year in high school. My sophomore year was actually the first year I played soccer in a official team that I had to try out. But actually, my junior year I was chosen as a team captain and as a team captain I had to lead practice, starting with warm ups and stretches to leading them on the field and yelling my lungs out. Sometimes practice was rough to the point the girls wanted to give up but I always motivated them to do better and try their hardest because at the end of the day you were only cheating yourself or benefiting yourself. When my coach had to leave early for work, instead of finishing practice early, I continued to lead practice even if it meant taking the huge bag of balls home with me and
All coaches are different and have different approaches on teaching their players how to play soccer. Heritage literacy is the concepts that get passed down generations, soccer works the same way. You learn to play soccer based on how your coach teaches you how to play soccer. When I first started playing soccer, I was five years old and the main concept of the program was to keep kids active and have fun doing so. There was no real strategy other than get the ball in the goal.
The Red Card A red card flashes to a player in soccer, this is the most detrimental penalties. This small card has the power to take away a player from its team, leaving them outnumbered and at an arresting disadvantage. Not only is the team physically at a disadvantage, mentally many players abandon effort and accept loss. This mentality is a mistake many players, including myself, wish they could travel back in time and change immediately.
3. I lived in the United States for seven years. I have now moved to Canada and have heard a lot of Asian immigration. The first thing that I have heard is that Asians are entering Canada in masses. They have communities here that are predominatly Asian and they are doing jobs for cheap labor.
Living in Canada is close to being wrapped by a mother’s hand. The aforementioned simply because when a mother is holding their child, there is no way that child would fall or get hurt. Canada plays a similar role to its citizens and immigrants. When comparing to other countries, I do not recall any country that has peace the way Canada have. I can take my home land to illustrate the latter, a place where tomorrow of a person is unknown.