Soccer Personal Statement

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English 4 Period 3 Tai,Nguyen Personal Statement What are you passionate about?. Throughout the first three years of high school, my world has revolved around two things, soccer and school. Soccer is my personal talent that has shaped me into the person I am today. Soccer might just be ordinary sport to everyone else, but to me it’s not only my true happiness but it’s also my form of expression. Soccer is one of the few things that I’ve been able to maintain a passion throughout the last three years of my high school. My first soccer game of the season wasn’t the best, but it was good. Through this game, I have shaped into a committed, responsible person, whether it is on or off the field. I learned all the qualities I need on the…show more content…
The team must practice if they want to be successful, which is their responsibility. To me school is the same way. I must go to school, which is like showing up at practice. If you show up at school, get your job done and get good grades in every class, then you can be successful in life and fulfill your dream job, which is like winning a game in a way. Sports is unpredictable, you never know when you will end up injure or even worst. I remembered the time that I got injured. It was during a game, I went for a challenge which I’m not supposed to. My right leg went under the ball and the opponent jumped up and landed on my ankle. I don’t really remember anything after that beside the pain that I felt. I was in so much pain, I managed to walk the field on my own. I went to hospital right after, “You will be off for three weeks” said the doctor. At that moment, everything around became blur. I can’t really do anything beside accpeted the fact that I’ll be out for the rest of the season. With only a month till the end of the season, I decided to forced myself training everyday even though I’m not supposed to. Despite the pain,sweat and hard work it’s paids off. By the last week of the season

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