1. Cultural differences

    Prominent soccer countries have the game embedded in their DNA. This comes from - exposure,accessibility and inspiration.

  2. Soccer does not lose players to other sports

    The best players in the world are those that understand the game; not the strongest or fastest. Understanding the game stems from culture and exposure.

  3. 3 rules for a beautiful game

    Any team can play beautifully by following 3 principles.

    • keep the ball on the floor with rare exception
    • know what you're going to do before you get the ball
    • intelligently move off the ball
  4. Traveling doesn't mean better competition

    You don't need to travel 3,000 miles to play at the highest level. Regional competition is sufficient but requires a collective increase in quality of play. More travel does not mean better players.