Soccer Essay

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708 words

The world of soccer is an exciting sport to watch and even more exciting to experience as a member of a team. The amazing, diverse and worldly sport of soccer is open and able to make adaptations to improve teams, the game and the culture of the sport as a whole. A team that has the potential to make changes in player development to improve is the United States Men’s National Team. For America, the game of soccer is very young. It was a was cool Tuesday night in Frisco, Texas. The date was March 29th, 2016. In front of 8,000 fans at the Toyota Stadium USA was playing the Columbian national team. The Men’s Under 23 team was playing an important game. The match was a qualifier for the Rio 2016 summer Olympics. It was a crucial match since the …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that the united states men's national team has the potential to make adaptations to improve teams, the game, and the culture of the sport as a whole.
  • Opines that the united states imports international players at a cost of more than money, which is detrimental to the progress of american soccer.
  • Opines that the u.s. men's national soccer team is a continuing work in progress. limiting international players through creating certain spending regulations would boost the talent rising to the national level.

The U.S had failed to qualify for the Olympics, again. Even still the popularity is slowly growing in the U.S. but could use a boost since it has not always been a pastime like it is among other countries. Currently to boost the sport, the United States has imported international players a great cost, and a cost of more than money, a cost of progress. Another hindrance to the national team is regulations of youth soccer and the development of up-and-coming talent within a country lacking in youth soccer academies. Some of these issues can be solved. Popularity can be raised through proper marketing. Youth academies and rule changes can help with player progression. Another way to help is to curb the amount of international players brought in at the college level through scholarship salary caps. Many people believe the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team has been improving in recent years, but compared to the rest of the world, there is much room for development and progression of talent. While these methods to feasible to change how America plays soccer at a worldly level some people may refute that the strategies would not make any notable

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