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How do you get to be a varsity soccer player?

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2015-07-15 19:15:46
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do become a varsity soccer player you need to work as hard as you can during try outs. dont give up if you are overwelmed with all the running. respect the coaches like do what they say and dont talk back. it will help if your in shape so during off season either stay in another sport or run with a friend or even by your self.

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