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What kinds of things should you work on so you can make your high school junior varsity soccer team?

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2005-01-28 08:01:43
2005-01-28 08:01:43

work on having a good atitude towards every one and doign what the coaches tellu without complaining. also work on agility, speed, and moves with the ball, and moves to get the ball. and also try to be in shape!!

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if you really like soccer then yes if you dont like then no

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