iwannagopro I think you should definently stick upfront. If preferable, you would probably be more useful behind your striking partner, playing just behind him so you have space to take the defence on and so you can provide your fellow striker.
You do know European scouts work everywhere? Just keep working at soccer in your own country and if you're good enough to play in Europe you should be good enough to play top-level in Canada. Then at a big event you'll have all the top European coaches scouting.
I have this aswell. First got it when I was about 12-13 and I still have it! I need to get rid of it quick so I can start training properly again and have a better chance of playing football professionally.
I am very good. Once I have had a bit more match expierience and I build my stamina a bit more I would be good enough to be on the reserves team for any top major club. Then hopefully I could get promoted.