HORU December 21, 2015


(1/3) "Growing up, my parents put me into all kinds of sports, but soccer was the sport that stuck. I started when I was five and throughout the years of practices and encouraging coaches, I've learned a lot. I've learned to really enjoy the time spent with people over the years and how they help you grow as a person. You can take so much more out of soccer than just the game and I think that's really important. Hard work is probably the biggest thing. If you want something, you have to give it all you can and no matter what, keep working at it. And through soccer, I've really learned to take it off the field and apply that hard work to school, getting a job, paying for myself, and growing as an individual."

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