[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Latin American Stars

IMPORTANT! [Juan Carlos Ferro]: Can You Be like the Soccer Stars? Latin American Soccer

If you want to see how interesting soccer in Latin America is, then you should consider that the word soccer defines this awesome part of the world.

There is something that you should understand and that is soccer is not only a sport that is played for fun in the slums of Brazil and in Argentina. There are people who are totally willing to make a life on soccer and if you want to become a soccer star, then you can do it, but first consider that there are plenty of things to be done.

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Latin American Soccer

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Latin American Soccer

Soccer is not only something that people would do for the fun and money either, there are a lot of people who would love becoming soccer stars like you can, but it will have a cost. The cost of course will be a little expensive and we are not only talking about some dollars. This is in the sense that you will have to invest a considerable part of your lifetime to become a soccer star. If you have this requisite, then congrats, you are ready to become a future potential star!

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Brazilian soccer

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Brazilian soccer

This is of course very easy to understand if you think that soccer is great for you to practice and consider the history of players like Pelé, Maradona, Ronaldo and Ronaldinho and the many other ones that could be mentioned in terms of soccer in Latin America. You can be like that, you can do it!

Remember that soccer is great and you have to enjoy it all the time. You should see it as something fun to do and remember that it is going to be really interesting if you want to be a soccer player who wants to be as good as the other ones who were in the soccer world if the 80’s, so you have to do a great effort, but you can surely do it!

By [Juan Carlos Ferro].

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[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Soccer in Latin America

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Soccer in Latin America is Great

One of the best soccer in the world is located in Latin America. Maybe you knew this already and specially if you have been following soccer since you were a child.

It is quite interesting to think about why is soccer so interesting in comparison to other sports. Why do people love soccer matches as much as a holiday, why do people like watching statistics so much and, moreover, why people keep practicing soccer that much afer more than 3 decades?

Well, the answer may be one: soccer is fun. Yes soccer is one of the sports that can easily be cataloged as fun, entretaining and highly competitive. This is interesting because in Latin America and in the rest of the world, soccer has became somthing unique that you can rarely stop watching if you are a fan.

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Latin American Soccer

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Latin American Soccer

Soccer in Latin America is competitive and they will surely keep being like that. Just consider the plenty of soccer players that have been born in this side of the world, there is plenty of them! Moreover, soccer is not only something they do to compete, but to enjoy their passion. You may not see that soccer is something more than a sport, but for many people in Latin America this is something that will keep improving in the long term as well.

You may have not seen a lot of soccer by now, but if you are a newcomer in the soccer world, then start with Latin America, so you can see how impressive a soccer match can become. In fact, there are plenty of people around the world who would wish to have such a talent and you can totally learn from their technique and style!

Latin American soccer has a lot to offer and yet they will keep doing so. Maybe you have not seen how strong they can get in a match, but any answer is: way too much. In a match against Argentina, it is not rare that the score ends up like 3-0 or 2-1. It may be kind of rare that they only score one. This is a very good synonym of their strenght.

Keep learning about soccer and keep your dreams alive if you want to be skillful also!

By [Juan Carlos Ferro].

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Lionel Messi

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Lionel Messi

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Latin American stars

IMPORTANT! Latin America and Its Soccer

There are plenty of soccer players in Latin America that you could easily recall. Consider that players like Bebeto, Cafu, Maradona, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and many others have been playing since a long time. Of course, they are not as good as they used to be because of the passing of time, but you can be totally sure about the fact that they gave their best in their time. This is also why they went so far in soccer, they gave they best shot and it worked!

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Soccer players in Latin America

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Soccer players in Latin America

Ronaldinho was one of those players whose sympathy and style were surely part of a unique soccer playstyle. Plenty of people would like to be as good as this soccer player, but they can not achieve it so easily for one reason: it takes dedication.

Time and discipline are key, so that any soccer player can become good and that is exactly what most soccer players in Latin America did. They did have such a training and discipline that they had to do plenty of work in order to become that good.

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Soccer players

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Soccer players

If you are into soccer in a very dedicated way, consider that there are plenty of ways in which you can become better. Practice under the parameters of your favorite soccer players to get motivated and consider them as humble people who started from the beginning.

Feel nice also because if these soccer players made it, then you can do it as well. There are of course a lot of things you should do like training everyday, so that you can be as good as players like Lionel Messi or Di Maria, but you of course keep your motivation high! God willing you will make it and hope is another key component of the success recipe!

By [Juan Carlos Ferro].

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Argentinian soccer

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Latin America and its Soccer

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Argentinian soccer

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Argentinian soccer

Latin America is well-known for the good soccer they do practice. Argentina is of course one of those places that has been very nice in terms of a modern skillful soccer. In the present, you may of course think of the well-known Lionel Messi who has had a really nice sense of talent in soccer nowadays. That is important, so that many people can get the understanding of what soccer is also about.

Argentina has had good soccer, skillful players who have had a strong impact in today’s soccer.

Remember that soccer in Latin America has been a common topic for decades until now and that is not because of a mere luck thing, of course not. Soccer has been important in the world thanks to Latin America (and other places, of course) because of the dedication that players give to this sport. They almost only know about soccer, that is interesting to consider and there are soccer players who would become better and better with time.

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Soccer players

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Soccer players

It will take time for young ones in Latin America to be as good as many other soccer players but hey, be sure, there are soccer players that you can totally remember who started like that. Antonio di Maria is one of those. He did not really start in a very overwhelming way, but with time, he started to be more and more relevant in soccer and today, he is known worldwide. 

By [Juan Carlos Ferro].

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Ronaldinho

IMPORTANT! Latin American Soccer

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Ronaldinho and soccer

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Ronaldinho and soccer

Ronaldinho is one of those soccer players that you can easily remember since he had a good and important role in the soccer of his country.

This brazilian soccer player has had a good sense of what soccer is and remember that he was not only talented, but also a funny person to see playing.

He was rarely seen not smiling and chances are that you can even see the fact that he was commonly threated as a somewhat special soccer player. He was of course not the kind of common soccer player that you would see around. Chances are that you even could think he was just some sort of happy man all the time.

Soccer players are sometimes special not only because of their game, but actually because of who they are. Remember Pele? He was a soccer player that kept his mood during the whole soccer career. He rarely was seen without being happy as well as Ronaldinho. Was there any relationship between brazilian players who always smiled in a happiness training course? Well, maybe there are.

By [Juan Carlos Ferro].

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Brazilian soccer

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Brazilian soccer

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Chapecoense

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: Chapecoense: the Tragedy of the Dreamers

To think about football is to think about joy, excitement, passion, fun and many more adjectives. However, on November 28th, 2016, football suffered an injury. The plane of the Chapecoense Football Asociation from Brazil crashed on its way to Medellin, where they were going to play the final of the South American Cup against Atlético Nacional.

Juan Carlos Ferro: Chapecoense

Juan Carlos Ferro: Chapecoense

On November 29th, Conmebol released a statement which said that the Colombian authorities notified that the plane in which the Brazilian team was travelling suffered an accident. The Colombian police confirmed that 75 out 81 people who were on the plane died and six survivors had been taken to the hospital with injuries.

The plane was carrying 68 passengers, 9 crew members, and 21 of the passengers were journalists, of whom just one survived. Among the survivors were:

  • Alan Ruschel, who suffered spinal injuries, according to the doctors.
  • Two goalkeepers, Jackson Follman and Marcos Danilo. Danilo died shortly.
  • One team’s delegation, a Bolivian flight attendant and a journalist.
Juan Carlos Ferro: Tribute to the Chapecoense Team

Juan Carlos Ferro: Tribute to the Chapecoense Team

It is normal and understandable that after a tragedy like this one, grief and sadness comes along. However, following this event, some small news of happiness arrived unexpectedly. The Brazilian team was awarded the South American Cup by the Conmebol. The Atlético Nacional requested this action; also the Colombian team received a Fair play award due to their “spirit of peace, understanding and fair play.” Different players from around the world offer their services to play with the Chapecoense which lost almost all its players in the crash. Footballers like Ronaldinho Gaucho from Brazil and Eidur Gudjohnsenn from Iceland among them.

As a metaphor to life, football also has its ups and downs. However, we have to remember the moments of joy, passion and excitement that this team gave its fans and supporters. Teams around the globe forgot the differences and joined in silence to honor eleven of their brothers who left the field of the game earlier than expected.

By [Juan Carlos Ferro].

Juan Carlos Ferro: Diego Maradona

[Juan Carlos Ferro]: El Diego!

Diego Armando Maradona was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 30th, 1960. He is considered by many the best football player of the century and by many more he has been called the greatest football player in the world! He is the son of Diego and Dalma, has five siblings, three older sister and two younger brothers. With 5’4 few people would have thought he was a talented player. Little do they know, Diego would go to become one of the best players of this discipline.

Juan Carlos Ferro: Maradona

Juan Carlos Ferro: Maradona

In 1979, he became the youngest player to join the National Team and led them to win the Junior World Cup. At the age of 21, he joined the prestigious Argentina’s Boca Junior, which he also help winning the national championship. He then was transferred to Fc Barcelona, where he only played two years, and finally in 1984, he went to play with SSC Napoli, where he had the best years of his career.

However, not everything was silver and gold for the Argentinean footballer. Things would start to fall apart:

  • In 1991, he was banned for 15 months from football after test result showed traces of cocaine.
  • In 1992, he returned to football overweight and with a son outside of his marriage with Claudia Villafañe.
  • In 1994, he was suspended from football one more time, after test result showed the used of five ephedrine. This caused Maradona to leave the National Team in the middle of the United States World Cup.

Many times throughout history, El Pelusa has been compared to Brazilian player Pelé. There is no doubt both players are extraordinary, nevertheless, El Diego has always been overshadow by the King of football. It is possible because of his dark side and problems with drugs. Maradona has always been loved by many and also hated by others, but there is one thing he cannot be, and that is to be ignored.

Juan Carlos Ferro: Soccer player

Juan Carlos Ferro: Soccer player

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