jdefoe wrote:his parents sold his house so he could get to england, and anyways, he decided to go to a car parking lot for 4 hours a day and practice banging the ball off the wall, hitting targets, such as marks on the wall, and dribbling around objects such as cans.
wow jdefoe, that sounds interesting and very inspirational, thanks. I hope to follow his footsteps and I will practice very hard daily. It's better practising myself sometimes than with others because I can focus most of the time on myself and on what I need to improve on. Very very inspirational man. I love reading inspirational stuff it motivates me and pumps me up to push myself near the limits of what I can do as I am constantly seeking to perfect myself.
romania_soccer wrote:Where do you live Frizz? Must be Singapore or smth...
Hong Kong. I've lived in Singapore before and believe me there are free grass areas in Singapore. Hong Kong, of course there are a lot of grassy areas, but I live in a suburban place where grass is expensive to play on. In most places, it costs a lot of money to play on grass. It's part of the government's plans to raise funds by having many grass pitches but none are even below US$10 per 1.5 hr.
I'm moving to california next year for my final year of high school since I wish to attend some of the top UC colleges in Cali (my dream is Berkeley). I want to become a state resident so I don't have to pay for tuition for college of UC, (it's US$23,000 a year!!). Over there I'll definitely get to play more on grass for free
Besides it's also much easier to play with strangers cause people there speak English!! lol.