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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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The Ultimate Question

Let me ask you a question, if you were offered a professional contract right now, no questions asked, would you take it?  That may be an easy answer so let me rephrase it… If you were handed a professional contract, having not worked and sacrificed for the dream, would you still accept it? There’s a quote that says if the rich gave all the money in the world to the poor, it would all end up in the hands of the wealthy again the following year.  Although financial education would be the most likely answer, lack of appreciation could considered a close second. Give contracts to the most underserving players and watch them squander the opportunity in front of them....

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The Future of Soccer Combines

What makes up a legitimate event? Losing money. This may go against everything you have been taught in business school, but it’ll be the model that annihilates the fraudulent soccer events here in the states. The combines of the future will be 100% free. The same number of professional scouts will be in attendance, player evaluations will be conducted, matches will be recorded and merchandise will be given out. 

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The Path Less Taken

It’s a Wednesday afternoon here in Los Angeles and I’m sitting on my rooftop wondering how I got here. Literally, what were the culmination of events that led up to me deciding to leave everything and pack my bags for the west coast. For those of you who watch my life on YouTube, you know some of it was financially motivated. To be around like minded individuals who all share the strong distaste for living a mediocre existence was a significant reason to move to California. Most of the problems we face as lower league professionals here in the states are income related.  I have personally made less in my career than I now make monthly from my other business...

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Greed of The European Super League

Over the last few days I have had some time to reflect on the European Super League and the implications it could have on world football. It has felt as if every country has come to a standstill and a massive weight has been placed on all of our shoulders. We have all been brought together to make a stand for the game we love and shelter it from the corrupt owners, general managers and coaches who have tried to take away our livelihood. Although the league will most likely fold, the seriousness of the situation cannot be understated. 

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