His sister remembers “we knew he had a gift for football, but we never knew he would reach the top.” (HDDDocumentaries) Cristiano started playing soccer in a small town club called Andorinha, where his father was the kit man. It is at this club where Cristiano displayed his technique with the ball at such a young age. Word spread around the Island, that Cristiano had an amazing talent, shortly after Ronaldo signed f... ... middle of paper ... ...season and Cristiano netting the goal at least once every game, it was pretty obvious Cristiano would be the best player in the world that season. Messi vs Cristiano has been a rivalry since their early appearances in the world of soccer. Since that game in Rome 2009, the rivalry between the two best players in the world has only been flourishing.
Soccer requires skill, physical ability, and mental strength. I was fortunate enough to have been born with a family who is passionate about soccer. My father and mother both played soccer throughout their younger lives. My father played for professional teams in Honduras and even had a chance to play for the Honduras national team until he quit soccer and took up running. I believe that my skill comes from my genes.
My whole life I have always wanted to become a successful engineer, and graduate from the University of Cincinnati. Some of my goals in life are to go to the University of Cincinnati. Another one of my goals is to become some type of engineer. But as of right now I would like to be a aerospace engineer. To be honest I really don’t know what influenced me to want to become and engineer.
As a child, he too... ... middle of paper ... ...nowledged as the greatest footballer of all-time by many. What he did for the sport while he played and after his retirement is unmatched. There was even a 48- hour cease fire during the Nigerian Civil War so that both sides could watch him play. To have an impact like that on the world through soccer is amazing. Pelé continues to influence young people everywhere.
Soccer in high school shaped my identity by making me more social, a leader, and open minded about diversity. Soccer has guided me in many ways to become the person I am. Especially in high school, the sport has showed me how to be much more cooperative and open with others. Before high school, I isolated myself from others and had only a few close friends. Rather than being a sociable, I acted as though I was the only person in the world and had the outlook that as long as I do what is right individually, there is no need for me to work with others.
My rank was 3237 among more than one lakh students who took engineering entrance examination. This performance helped me in getting admission into Dayananda Sagar College of engineering, Bangalore, India. During the course of my under-graduate study I was exposed to various courses with applications. My favourite subjects are analog electronic circuits, logic design and microelectronic circuits since they deal with the basics of electronics on which the whole field depends on. It was really challenging in the beginning to understand these basics.
Especially since my advancements and achievements in math and science subjects in school, engineering in general sounded like the right job for me. That’s how I found civil engineering as a career option. The job of a civil engineer fascinated me, and I could see myself working on a large-scaled building or project for the rest of my life. The profession of civil engineering dates back to ancient Egyptian
All of us patiently awaiting the start of the biggest sporting spectacle on Earth, the World Cup. An international soccer tournament that pits nations against each other in a game of physical skill and wits. An event that draws in billions of viewers every four years. For a young fan of the game like myself, euphoria washes over me when I realize it's a World Cup year. However, despite soccer being the most popular sport worldwide, being a fan in the United States isn't always glamorous.
My heart was set on Samford University. I wanted to go there so bad that I was willing to be red shirted and sit on the bench probably until my junior year. I really thought God wanted me to go there. It made since for me to go to Samford. My big brother was there, my dream of playing division one soccer in college would have come true.
As I grew older, I would go to my basement or my backyard to kick a ball around. My dad had the greatest influence on me and, inspired my competitive nature and my love for the game. Whenever I was upset at home or overwhelmed from school, I would take my ball and find a quiet place to practice. As I kicked the ball around and shot at a small goal post my grandpa bought for me, I felt relieved and all of my worries melt away. When I started playing soccer, it was a sport me and my family was