Becoming a professional player in any country, at any level, takes long-term dedication and determination to develop yourself as a player. It takes regular and progressive training under qualified accredited coaches. Players must have a positive attitude and good character, and always give a 100 percent effort in all training sessions and matches.
But it takes more than talent. Aspiring young professionals must either secure good, honest representation xem bong da and football contacts, or tirelessly self-promote in order to secure the all-important trials with professional football clubs.
It is a harsh reality that only a small percentage of aspiring players make it to the signing of a professional contract. Young players need to understand this, and pursue a solid educational background in order to prepare for the likelihood of life outside of the beautiful game called football.
Now that we have covered the difficulty associated with this football dream, let’s move on to discussing just how one may go about becoming a professional footballer.
1. Dedication & Determination – To become a professional athlete in any sport takes exceptional dedication and determination. Young people who are not willing or able to stay on course – no matter what – will not succeed in reaching their dream of becoming a professional player. The amount of training required quickly separates the willing and potential professionals from the unwilling amateurs. By simply dedicating yourself to full time participation in your football (soccer), you give yourself the opportunity for continued development.
2. Regular & Progressive Training – Professional footballers often point to a coach or coaches they had when they were younger that taught them well and motivated them on road to becoming a professional. Attaining qualified and accredited coaching from a young age (6-8 years old) and maintaining that over the important development years (8-17 years) is essential in a young person’s football development.