Hello, my name is Connor deJong, and I have been playin football since I was 8, but I was never really into it until this summer (currently i am 13). My dream is to go pro, and it sounds like a really idiotic idea, because no one understands, but hey, I'm gonna give it a shot, and dedicate the next several years of my life to see if I can make it. So, here is a quick biography.
I was born in South Carolina, and I lived there until I was 7, then I moved to California, where I have been playing in a recreational league. When I was in 6th grade, my family and I moved to Spain for a year, and there I played for my local club, and I played footy every day for 2 hours at school, so it really gave me some decent skills. After that, I moved back to California, and I played for my Junior high team, and at the beggining i was the worst player, but eventually i worked my way up to become the center forward starter. After that I switched schools, and came to a school where they don't have a team, so I recently tried out for a 3rd division team, and easily made it. The only setback was that everyone on the team were the worst players I have ever met, and the coach was a complete idiot. So I quit. And now I think I'm going to get on to another Recreational league team, and kick everone's butt
and meanwhile practice at home. Or I might just play pickup games every tuesday and thursday with some hispanic adults, that should make me good! So my real goal right now is to get on to this quite good 1st division team called Santa Rosa United, who regurlaly win the state cup and some times regionals and even nationals. I know I could make it on, but my parents don't want to drive me to games and practices, because it is 25 minutes away (my parents are busy
). But im gonna ask if i can join the team for christmas, so meanwhile, im gonna hone my skills to prefection so I can become a started on the team by the time I get on. So I will keep a record of my practices by myself, and what happens at school maybe if it is football-related. So that's it!