joe gibbs:used to be the coach for the redskins
NO. While John Cena is a big soccer fan and supporter, he never really played soccer at the professional level. He may have played at lower levels.
Amateur, literally, is when you aren't paid. If you're getting paid to play soccer, then you're a professional. If you're not, then you're an amateur.
no people just think he did because he had a love for soccer but he never did!
Soccer players ussaly pick their own numbers... I have never heared any other way exept for the coach assighning the numbers to the players.
NO, HE IS SALEMANS AT FRANKLIN CHEVROLET IN STATESBORO GEORGIA. AFTER HIS KNEE SURGERY, HE NEVER REALLY ATTEMPTED A COME BACK. HE DID HOWEVER COACH ONE YEAR FOR THE NAVY PREP SCHOOL UNDER COACH PAUL JOHNSON.
yes, for antigua but he never played in a soccer world cup
I have played soccer for roughly 20 years, and I am currently a college soccer player. I have never heard the term USPS or anything relating to it. It could possibly be an acronym for a local soccer club or made up acronym relating to "United States Professional Soccer". However, the highest level of soccer in the United States is Major League Soccer (MLS). So my best guess is that it is a local club or something similar, it does not stand for a statistic in soccer or anything relating to that.
It's never too late to start soccer. Except if you want to be a professional player, it's too late.
Because mens football is more established than womens football. Womens football is not as big in England as it is in America and unfortunately it probably never will be
Lawrence Frank, Head Coach of the New Jersey Nets.
Pele never played in Europe because either way he didn't have that much compititon.
Yes, but rarely. Only goalies and defenders never score during their time as professional soccer players but defenders have eradicated that factor as defenders have scored some of the beautiful goals ever scored. Goalies have scored some goals through set-pieces.
NEVER, soccer does not exist in Europe it's called football here.
when tony dungee was a player with the steelers, never a coach. He played in the 70's with Terry Bradshaw, with coach chuck noll.
If you are in good physical condition and can run, it is possible to make the team.
He never played. But was coach at London Irish and Connacht,
Yes, with intensive training and extreme dedication. Becoming a proffessional soccer player on the other hand, is unlikely but not impossible.
Yes, there are several head coaches at the DI-FBS level that never played (and there are some coaches at the NFL level). You can certainly coach at the high school level.
I believe it be very rare sinces you can't explain the game if you've never played it. You can't pass on or share pass experinces or give tip to become a better player. Then again there our coaches you have never played and I believe he or she is not benfitting their team or can't truly help them. That's just my little opinion.