For every footballer in the making here's a few contacts

Tell us about the league you playing in, tryouts, etc
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avyay4barca_911
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Post by avyay4barca_911 » 12 Sep 2006, 07:02

Dude you cant be so sure that theyd give you a trial. Do you play for a club allready?
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light11

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Post by light11 » 19 Oct 2006, 17:05

If you attend these academy can i still have a life lol?WHat i am asking is it like 24/7 or is it like 3/4 times a week

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Post by Falcao » 06 Nov 2006, 20:30

do you have to live in uk to trial?
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Post by Falcao » 06 Nov 2006, 20:31

VERY HELP FULL
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Post by Falcao » 06 Nov 2006, 20:35

nice help full post
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avyay4barca_911
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Post by avyay4barca_911 » 07 Nov 2006, 05:31

Yeah speed matters alot...and by British immigration laws you will only be allowed to move to Britain if you hold an EU passport or you have played 3/4th of your countrys international games.
'I would not be bothered if we lost every game as long as we won the league.' - Mark Viduka

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Post by Falcao » 09 Nov 2006, 23:11

well people say you have to live in uk
to get a trial for any of those teams

light11

Post by light11 » 15 Nov 2006, 22:34

soo wait do you have to live in the UK or scotland to tryout????

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Post by kflair » 17 Feb 2007, 19:58

Does anyone know of any Woman's clubs or clubs that have a woman's team in the US or UK? Right now I am looking at collage soccer but I hope of going pro eventually. I am aredy in my sophmore year at school but I have played a starter on varsity since mid season freshman year.

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hey

Post by scene » 18 Feb 2007, 05:16

first of all great ass post! but am i the only one that feels like writing to these teams is like a waste of time because they wont even imagine of picking anyone up just cuz they wrote an email. i guess it wouldnt hurt to try,but you just write? i wouldnt know how to write to these clubs. Could someone make a guide please to make the letter actually spark some attention?

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Post by Trainer09 » 22 Feb 2007, 22:19

I live in the UK and I can't get a hold of the #'s they dont seem to work. Also if i dont play international can i sitll try to comeover

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Post by gnarlyjim » 23 Feb 2007, 01:33

scene wrote:Could someone make a guide please to make the letter actually spark some attention?
avyay4barca_911 wrote:Writing to a club might be helpful........this is what I had sent to an uncle of mine and he passed it around to a few clubs and now I have a trial for Chelsea:

Name: Avyay Gujral
Age: 12 ½ years old
Height: 5 feet 11 inches
Weight: 61.5 kgs.
Nationality: Indian

Dear Sir,
I am writing this letter to you requesting a trial to play for your football club.
I have been playing football for the past 5 ½ years and have played for various football teams in this period. I have played for my county and was the vice-captain of my U-14 team. I was nominated for the U-14 national Indian team but could not attend the try-outs due to injury. I have also played for the top rated club in my county. I have been the captain of my academy’s U-15 team which was being run by Mr. Bill Adams, an ex- Norwich city player. I have also attended courses conducted by Mr. David Collins also an ex- Norwich city player.

I have a great left foot, a good right foot and am known for my ability to play pin-point crosses and long balls. I have good speed, great skill and great physical presence. I have been playing as a playmaker in the center of midfield. I have also previously played on the right and left wings. I have decided to take action because my previous coaches and managers have told me that I could be a good footballer if I am given the right guidance. I have been playing at a relatively low level than that of English players. I am desperately keen to improve and think that I am ready to move to the next level.

I would love the opportunity to show you what I can do, and would be prepared to attend anywhere, anytime for a trial.

Thank you for taking the time out to read my letter and I hope to hear from you soon.
Yours sincerely,
Avyay Gujral
...the person who started this topic posted this. All you had to do was scroll down on the first page. :P
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Post by soccer11 » 23 Feb 2007, 18:34

this is really good, too bad MLS teams don't have these academies because first, soccer would be more popular and second, the teamswould be better. hopefully they get with the program soon and make these here
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Do i keep on trying??

Post by rileytricky » 02 Mar 2007, 23:32

Hey Lads i have been playing football since the age of 5 and now im nearly 17 im playing for Newry Fc under 18 in Ireland at the moment. Do you think with my vast experience of the game that someone from England would give me a trial? Or am i just to old for them to even look at? the chances of scouts being at our games very unlikly where I live due to scouts think that Irish fellas cant produce good football. So my chances are very slim just playing here. What should i do you think?

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Post by gnarlyjim » 03 Mar 2007, 00:07

Well, if you feel that you are at that level, contact a club and ask for a trial. Your still young enough, so go for it if that's your dream.
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