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Adrian | 18 | Freshman at SJSU | Bay Area, CA | Goalkeeper | 6'3"
I eat, sleep, and breathe soccer. I don't know what I would do without it. I love the San Jose Earthquakes.
Q: It's my dream to become a pro soccer player. Is college the only way? It's so expensive.. What about joining a youth academy will that work? Please provide me with anything that can help, thanks. And I'm a 15 year old sophomore in Highschool.

Honestly, college is the only way to go not only for your soccer future but for your future as a person. College now is something that has become vital for starting a career and everything like that. Yes, college is very expansive but try and focus on your studies to get scholarships and things like that. College now, is basically essential. That’s my take. 

When it comes down to your soccer future, college also is the best bet. Pro soccer teams, especially in the MLS, focus on us players in the college leagues. Of course, there is so much talent out there which is why becoming a pro in any sport is almost impossible, but with hard work anything is possible. For me, college is your best bet. Work hard, study hard, and maybe you’ll find yourself in the big leagues. 

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James Rodriguez to Real Madrid?!

BREAKING: It looks like it! Sources say the deal is all but done, and he should have his presentation with the club sometime soon!  The reported transfer fee of $108 million would make him the fourth-most expensive player all time on a 6-year deal. Madrid have been making big waves in the transfer market after their signing of Toni Kroos and numerous rumors of trying to get the Monaco striker, Radamel Falcao. 

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