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If you are 13 and play soccer for a local Division 1 side in Australia could you still become a pro?

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2011-09-12 21:40:00
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YOu definatly could! i mean if you believe in yourself and try as hard as you can you can do it. And if you don't make it in Australia than just come to the u.s. cause i think we have a few guys that played for a local team at 13 that play on the pro team

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