DON’T FOLLOW PROFESSIONAL SOCCER WHEN YOU’RE 20

At an absolutely elite, professional level (only), I find soccer… an abomination!

Nothing (except possibly watching my son play Colts Rugby) gives me more enjoyment on a weekly basis, than watching my daughter play club soccer. It’s a brilliant game at a social level and is wonderful for fitness, team spirit and personal accomplishment.

THINGS I WISH SOMEBODY HAD TOLD ME AT TWENTY: PART IV

DON’T FOLLOW ELITE SOCCER

If you haven’t read my previous blog about “dealing poker when you’re 20”, you should do so before reading this one. It’ll make a lot more sense (https://writehandman.com.au/2018/05/17/things-i-wish-somebody-had-told-me-at-twenty-jase-gram-hornswoodexpress-com-au/)

Basically, single mum Sandy asked me to help bring her twenty-year-old son Rick up to speed, on some “how to be a man” lessons. I agreed to use the noble art of blogging to cover things that he may struggle to find written elsewhere.

I have never met Rick, but if we did have a chat:

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Thanks for reading. I’ve put my heart and soul down in words, for you. Like a noble, armour-clad knight astride a powerful war-steed, in dogged pursuit of my elusive dream of being able to claim at parties much to my wife’s chagrin, that I am in fact… a writer.

If you could Share via the buttons below, that would be wonderful. Cheers. Jase.

Author: writehandman.com.au

Thanks for reading my blog, where I put my heart and soul down in words, for you! Like a noble, armour-clad knight-of-old astride a powerful war-steed, I am in dogged pursuit of my elusive dream to one day make a living as a writer/blogger.

2 thoughts on “DON’T FOLLOW PROFESSIONAL SOCCER WHEN YOU’RE 20”

  1. Jase, you are a Philistine. Keep obsessing about your parochial sports and leave the World Game, aka the beautiful game to those with romance in their soul

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