How to get into america to play soccer from uk?

I am 16 and talented at soccer/football and I really wanna play in america, i wanna know how i would get there to play.

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http://www.revolutionsoccer.net/academy This was the first team I tried and it was simple. Go to the MLS website, click on any of the club badges to go to their website and look for their acadamy page. Or you could Email them. If you are really talanted then stay in England, here is where its at.

How to make air hockey pucks slide better?

Ive got my own table and i know the more you play with them the smoother they get but it takes to long to do that so do you have any ideas please help. If you give the best answer that works i will give you 5 stars!

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Hey there Patrick. I run http://www.proairhockey.com and want to give you some tips. What kind of table do you have? The puck should float and not even touch the table. If it's touching the table when it floats you may want to look into your airflow or a lighter puck that better fits the capabilities of your table's blower. Alternatively you can use a polish based cleaner that will help slick up your table. I would never recommend this on a professional level table as it has the potential to clog up the air holes in the long run. On high quality tables that fully float the puck we only use pure rubbing alcohol to clean the table surface because it fully evaporates if it were to get into the holes. Also only clean your table with the air turned on so debris (or cleaner) is less likely to get in any holes. Never clean the inside rails of the table where the puck bounces off of, having a layer of dirt/plastic built up will help cushion puck vibration (will not slow down the bounce) and the puck will ricochet off of the table much less often. If you really wanted to get ambitious you could get yourself a 1/32" drill-bit and a pin vise to drill/clean out all of your air holes.

How to impact a game while playing a center midfield?

I play center midfield. I have good shot, passing though slow and a not much stamina but the thing is, I am reluctant to dribble while my partner in center dribbles and get's noticed. I almost feel like I don't contribute much to the team and we are training for an upcoming tournament and I really don't want to sit.
I love the game and like my club and want to play.

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Honestly, get that stamina up. My coach used to tell me that it doesn't matter how good you are technical ability wise, the first thing you should endeavour to build in your game is your stamina. Ultimately what you can gain from this improvement is your tenacity will become your biggest asset. You will hassle the hell out of the midfield and apply pressure to everything. Of course you need to be a footballer too of course and the fact that you say you can shoot and pass is great. But the fitter you are and the more involved you are in everything that happens in midfield, the more you'll get noticed. When in possession, move around and be available for every pass whether it's behind or in front of play, be an option. When not in possession, chase the ball. Of course don't lose your structure, but get in the fact of any forming attacks and don't slow down, keep pushing. This will lift the team. I'm a right back and I try apply that to my own game.

How to impact a game while playing a center midfield?

I play center midfield. I have good shot, passing though slow and a not much stamina but the thing is, I am reluctant to dribble while my partner in center dribbles and get's noticed. I almost feel like I don't contribute much to the team and we are training for an upcoming tournament and I really don't want to sit.
I love the game and like my club and want to play.

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That depends on what role you play as a Center Midfielder. There are many different roles, like Playmaker, Ballwinning Midfielder, Anchor Man and many more. Seeing you have low stamina, and having good shot, I suggest you play the Ballwinning Midfielder role. That is I am assuming your partner in the center is the creative brain of the team. What you do as a Ballwinning Midfielder role is you play slightly behind your partner. And always try to win the ball from your opponent in the Midfield, reducing the threat for your defenders. Try to hold possession for your team which is very important as most of the action goes in the middle of the field. Occasionally, you can probe forward to the outside of their box and give a long shot, since you have good shot. That could actually surprise your opponent and with some luck, give your team a goal. Whatever you do, try to stay behind and support your defenders instead of the strikers.

How to get faster for soccer season in two weeks?

I have my soccer season starting soon and I can good ball control but I'm slow. How can I get faster quickly. Also at the beginning I'm quick but later on I crash. I'm 14 and weigh about 130 pounds and I'm five foot for. I need to get fast in two weeks. Even a little.

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It will take more than two weeks to get faster, but the best thing to do is to: practice sprints, no jogging, but only sprinting for as long as you can; also STRETCH! Pull your knees up towards your chin, as far as you can and then keep your legs moving afterwards. I wouldn't say it helps with sprinting, but for more energy and power, eat pasta, healthy pasta. It's loaded with good carbs to keep you going. But keep training, just sprint constantly and get off your ass. And when you're on the sidelines taking a break, don't sit down the whole time, keep standing and walking moving your legs or you'll get stiff.

How to get faster for soccer season in two weeks?

I have my soccer season starting soon and I can good ball control but I'm slow. How can I get faster quickly. Also at the beginning I'm quick but later on I crash. I'm 14 and weigh about 130 pounds and I'm five foot for. I need to get fast in two weeks. Even a little.

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From what your saying, you may be lacking in anaerobic fitness. This is different from aerobic fitness, meaning you can jog around the field all day without getting tired. Anaerobic is when you are doing short sharp sprints, ie if your trying to run onto a ball, or burst past a player. Try doing some training specifically for this, the best example is to do some short sharp sprints, jog back to the mark. My favorite for this is to set out 4 cones, one at 5 meters, one at 10 one at 15 and one at 20. Sprint to the first jog back, Spring to the second and so on. Once you do the 20 meter one, take a 30 second breather then do it again.

How to be a goalkeeper in a famous football club?

I really want to be a goalkeeper in a famous football club. Maybe this is wierd, but I'm a really awesome goalkeeper even though I'm still 15.

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Keep playing innit man and get noticed.

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