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‼️what time is it in your country⌚️⁉️ ... doesn’t matter... it’s Ronaldo time⚽️... ⚪️⚫️⚪️⚫️⚪️ SIIIIIII 🎥:@hublot_newyork @vicfreestyle
Induction day. @cristiano @juventus 💞💞💞💕❤️❤️💞 Please follow me 🙏🏻 Thank you so much 👌🏻👌🏻 # Follow us:- @soccersport.ig for more pic # via @soccerbible #soccer #soccerlife #soccerball #soccerplayer #soccerteam #soccerbible #soccerbible #soccergirls #soccergame #soccerboy #socceroos #socceraid #soccerstar
When you mess up a skill in front of your coaches...😓 • • #coach #coaches #sports #soccer #soccergirl #soccerboy #baseball #basketball #softball #relatable #relateablequotes #meme
Awesome neighbor award goes out to Coach Dan! Happy #soccerboy
That one person during conditioning🙄 • • #soccer #soccerboy #soccergirl #sports #football #basketball #baseball #relateable #relatablequotes #meme #conditioning
Férias?? Do futebol, não! ⚽️ #luca #soccer #soccerboy #soccerkid #escoladefutebolspfc #spfc
#summer2018 nights include #soccerjuggling ⚽️👦🏻 #soccerboy #goalsforlife
weird filterrrrr but heyy:))
Best Euro 16’ Goals 😍🔥 Are the Euros Better than the World Cup 🤔❓ Follow @anyfooty for More! Prismo - In My Mind 🎵 _____________________________________________ Ignore: (No Copyright Intended) ⚽  Cool photography! :P # Follow us:- @soccersport.ig for more pic # via @anyfooty #soccer #soccerlife #soccerball #soccerplayer #soccerteam #soccerbible #soccerbible #soccergirls #soccergame #soccerboy #socceroos #socceraid #soccerstar
⚽️⚽️⚽️ みんなお疲れ様❗️❗️ スタッフの皆様、現地から情報下さった方々… ありがとうございました✨✨✨ #サッカー #サッカー少年の母 #大渋滞 #サッカー部合宿 #高校サッカー #soccerboy #mylovelysons #大切な息子達 #いくつになっても可愛い
👋🤜🤛 @cristiano meets his new @juventus teammates for the first time ⚪️⚫️ 🎥@433
@clydie_pie_  your d best my son! #soccerskills#moves#champ#skills#soccerboy#soccermom#sick#fifa#oneday#goals#practice#determination#ownit#believe#faith#blessed#proudmom🙏🏼🤗🙌🏼👌🏼✌🏼👊🏼✊🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️💙💙💙⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
⚠️ LONG CAPTION (WORTH READING) ⚠️ • • • Rewind 10 years. I started coaching at the age of 15. I was too young to have a team of my own so my mom had to sit on the sideline while I handled the actual coaching. I had no idea what coaching really was all about, but I knew it was something that I wanted to do. • • • • I was coaching rec players in the small town that I grew up in. I absolutely loved it, but I still knew nothing. For what it’s worth, I still had my own playing career that I was focused on. • • • • • After I was done playing, I knew I needed to stay involved in the game. I decided to put more time and effort into becoming a better coach. I read books, watched sessions online, reached out to coaches with more experience than me, and whatever I could to get more knowledge. I wasn’t the greatest player so I was obsessed with learning as much as I possibly could. • • • • • • Eventually, one of my emails got me a foot in the door at an elite club in NJ. I was the youngest coach at the club and undoubtedly the least experienced and qualified. Still, I saw an opportunity to learn from people that I still view as mentors to this day. The information and experience that I got from the club was invaluable. My teams went on to be successful, but it was the growth and education that I received that I held on to. • • • • • • • Despite all that I learned, there were bills to be paid and the money from coaching at night simply wasn’t cutting it. I had to take on a job outside of soccer to keep the lights on and to help provide. Still, the passion for coaching was there. I would do individual sessions here and there and run free sessions for teams in my hometown, but it wasn’t enough. • • • • • • • • Fast forward to today. My full-time job is coaching and I have the opportunity to work with hundreds of players every year. If there is even one person that reads this and doubts whether or

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