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Kevin-
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I have played football since I was young. I never really played much but people even now, do say that I am a good defender/goalkeeper. I joined my school's football team but chickened out like a p*ssy on the first day, because of my fear of being called terrible and due to the fact that I don't play much and I can't really dribble properly. I'm ok at passing but I don't really know how to dribble fast. Ever since I was young I've had a thing for football and I've tried to get into supporting teams and watching matches but I don't end up sticking to it. When people have conversations about football, I desperately want to join in but can't because I don't watch much. The sixth form I want to go to, has a football club and I'm desperate to join. I've started training for the past months by myself and I really want a personal football coach but they are expensive. I can dribble a bit better now and I'm practicing kick ups and my highest so far is 4. But Why am I so into football if I don't stick to watching it and can't play well. And even if I decided to start playing now, would it be too late to get good?
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wizkid44
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It's never too late. Just try out the sixth form team and see how you like it.
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It's true its never too late, keep trying.
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