Of course you can. You need to keep practicing and play and try to find a club to join or play with a team in your school if there is one. If you get really good you could join a team and get noticed and may even be picked for a better team. It is not easy to become a professional, as you really need to be extremely good to do that. That takes a lot of hard work.
Yes he is famous for his football skills , so he is still the richest footballer.
The highest bought footballer, still playing is Robhino of Brazil and Manchester City for 32.5 million pounds.So he could be the highest paid footballer.
To clarify the term football refers back to when the game was in fact football. When football (soccer) and rugby went their different ways we saw the start of The Rugby Football Union which is what is still called today . The game still requires strong elements of kicking, foot work and running dexterity. In the terms used here a "good footballer" refers to the skills of the player generically.
his dad used to be a footballer and is still involved in football, his mother passed away a couple of years ago.
yes but no longer as a American footballer
Yes, he is currently playing for Chelsea.
In football, as long as you are good, its never too late. Even if you aren't all that good, you can still make professional football at 21. Furthermore, its better late then never.
No! Maradona is not the best footballer in the world it was Pele he was great he could play in all positions he was a much better play then Maradona but Maradona is still a great player.
football players don't have weekly salary's they have yearly ones... these wages differ greatly from skill and how much u help the team... the worst players still make about $400,000 a year.
He left Liverpool in 2007 and joined Athletico Madrid. He still plays for them.
Andrew Driver is a Hearts footballer. left winger, real fast an still young at 20.
Pele is now a Brazillian statesman, so is accordingly paid the correct salary for a minister in the Brazillian Government. He stopped playing football in the 1970's, but is still very active in the game due to the fact that he is widely regarded as the World's greatest footballer of all time.
it's nowhere near the stereotypical image of a footballer, if you consider the leagues outside the top tier but who are still professional the average is about £4,000 a week.
He is a world class footballer who currently plays for West Ham and has won 2294 caps for England. He is aged 91 and still plays. He was born in a town called gravesend
Francesco Totti is a famous Italian football player. As of April 2013, his position as the captain of the Italian Roma soccer club still remains. Totti has been recognized in his sport with many awards, including receiving the Italian Footballer of the Year award 5 times.
A tatter is just a nickname. Steve Bull is one because he is from Tipton and that area is known as a poor area. Still Tipton produced a fantastic footballer and legend of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The 1966 England goalkeeper Gordan banks lost a eye in a car accident, but he was the best goalkeeper he won the world cup that year.
All that is known publicly about his grandparents is that his grandfather was a professional footballer at County level in his youth. Other than that, information about them is not available, and it's unclear whether they are even still alive or not.
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Cristiano ronaldos future consists of 2 things: 1) Be the greatest footballer of all time (already better than messi just his arrogance is not for everyone it may be his downfall but its far more entertaining than wathcing messi dry) 2) To return and finish his career at old trafford (hopefully still under the helm of Sir Alex) 3) To be Cristiano ronaldo (Greatest footballer of all time)
No, not at all. Rooney, on Manchester United, looks way over 23. Or, if you don't want to play 'cause you don't think you have enough energy, be a coach! Coaches on Man. Utd., or at least the head coach, is entering his 68th birthday, as of December 2009. If you're talking about pro football (America), you still probably can play for about 7-10 more years. As of England football, you usually play 'till you're about 35.
It was Gianluigi Lentini from Torino to AC Milan for £13,000,000 in 1992. That was still the record until Alan Shearer moved from Blackburn Rovers to Newcastle United in 1996 for £15,000,000.