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Dumb Little Man

What makes up a note worthy career? What contributes to an unbreakable legacy? What criteria determines whether you are successful or not?

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Leaving YouTube...

I had the privilege of working with 60+ Men’s NCAA Division 1 soccer programs over the last 2 years to create a truly unique day in the life series that covers the entirety of the American collegiate system. Massive thank you to all the players, coaches and schools who made my vision a reality. I hope the series will provide aspiring professionals with an inside look as to whether college soccer is the right decision for them. All my YouTube vlogs and commentaries will now be directed toward short form content and will be posted on TikTok and IG Reels until the conclusion of the series. The first video will go live on Monday, November 22nd.

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American Soccer: A Basic Explanation

Let's talk about the structure of the American lower-league professional system for a second, so you guys in the States who are pursuing a contract will have a better idea of whether it’s worth your time, energy, and money.

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This Will Change Your Career

Deciding to play college soccer is life altering decision that can sometimes make or break your playing career. Choosing the correct program with a coach who understands you, in a league that challenges you, and a conference that gives you exposure, is an extremely difficult job to undertake alone. Even if you have a coach/parent/ to help you through the recruitment and scholarship process, the information provided to you can be misguided altogether. 

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Sponsoring College Soccer Players!

After spending 4.5 years of my life playing for 3 different college soccer programs and seeing what the collegiate game has to offer young aspiring professional footballers, I firmly believe the university system we have here in America is what continues to allow some of the best undiscovered talent from around the world extend their careers into their early 20s and give them a realistic chance of making it to the next level.

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