You have a .00565% chance of becoming a professional athlete.
Professional footballer. He was a professional football player that played for Wealdstone, Wimbledon, Leeds, Chelsea and QPR
You have a 1 in 22,000 chance of becoming a professional athlete
yes you can. You can be a professional footballer if your about 18 or 19 to be honest.
No Theo Walcotts brother is not a professional footballer.
*Has training. *Belongs to Actor's Equity. *Has an agent.
Yes, they would have a real chance. Just have to keep playing and practicing.
The chance is about... 1 IN 1000
Current professional footballer Thomas Müller (born 1989) is not related to his namesake, former professional footballer, Gerd Müller. Thomas was born in Weilheim, Upper Bavaria, to Klaudia and Gerd Müller, but his father is a different Gerd than the former footballer.
Actually before becoming a professional footballer he had received 21 yellow cards and 15 red cards, then after signing on as a pro-footballer to this date he has received 28 red cards and 58 yellow cards.
A footballer is a professional soccer player. To become a professional sports player, you need some athletic ability. Training and hard work to develop this ability is needed.
Paolo Maldini is the oldest professional footballer; but he's retired, so I don't know!
No. Although he was a semi-professional footballer when he was younger
He is a professional footballer.
Professional Footballer's Association.
He is a professional footballer, so it is his job. He had the interest in it and the skill and became a professional.