Big money for minimal effort
you usually poo on Chelsea players
The pros of playing soccer profesionally is that you get to play the sport that you love for a living. You also get to make great money while you are doing that.
what are the pros and cons of being an architect
Pros: Professional players tend to make a much higher salary than the average non-athlete, achieve fame and popularity, and will most likely receive special attention in public such as in a restraunt or dance club, and endorsments. Cons: Will become a target for paparazzi and criticism by sports writers. Possible death threats if playing in a international league (such as soccer). Private life will be tampered with. High expectations from the public. Expect a higher chance of being a victim to robbery. Notes: A professional player must be fit at all times as a single absence or act of improper sportsmanship may cause a quick end to a professional's career. There is hardly or NO RETIRE pension pay for professionals as a professional athlete works strictly based on a contract, not a company.
Robert Herbin has written: 'Soccer, the way the pros play' -- subject(s): Soccer
It can be short for professional. Or it can be a prefix and means before (prototype).
The job outlook for a neurosurgeon is that it is a specialty dedicated to the medical and surgical care of the brain and nervous system. The training takes very many years because of the nature of the job that they do.
There is no cons to be a pofessional at anything. To be a professional, means, that you are well paid and you have a good job.
A soccer ball is averagely kicked by the pros at about 60mph. If you are in high school it goes at about 40 mph on a good strike!
There are no real pros or cons; you either are or aren't.
The plural of pro is pros.