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My First Experience

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Introduction

My First Experience My dad was the coach of the local under 11s football team. He had woken me up for a thrilling, competitive strong game of football, but there was one problem: I can't play football! When he mentioned this to me I was confused, scared and apprehensive. "Why have you picked someone like me?" I said nervously to my dad. The reason for my dad picking me was because the team were unable to gather up eleven players. This sounded very honest and reasonable. They had to be short of players to pick someone like me I couldn't even remember the last time I had kicked a football. The smell of cut, fresh grass was diffusing the air while the zephyr was blowing against my cheeks. Three men were wrapping the goals up in nets and another man painting the pitch white. I stood with a woolly hat and mittens keeping my ears and hands warm from the freezing cold air. Suddenly, a great big thump had hit me straight in the head it felt like a punch but even worse like a double Decker bus. I was dazed and stung from ear to cheek bone down. I managed to look up and there were ten boys giggling at the incident and for some reason me. ...read more.

Middle

He acted like I wasn't his son just another football player. The changing rooms were all new to me. Massive - that was the size of these changing rooms containing loads of rooms. The rooms where yellow like the sun. This made me feel warm in the bright yellow rooms. I relished coming into the home dressing room I felt like a real football player but I wasn't. The vivid red of the shower room strikes you as you enable into the room, the shower room was of sheer luxury with bran new showers and clean, quality furniture. My dad's accomplice then entered the room his stature was great he and my dad had a courteously manner towards each other which I was relived to see. We were ordered to get are kit on, We where told to say "yes sir" once are names where mentioned as soon as my name was mentioned a yelled "yes sir" and I was given a blue shirt with the number eleven printed on it. I didn't no what this meant. I asked geek what my number meant. He said, " If your number is in between one and eleven you have been chosen" Everyone was pleased when they where getting a number between the numbers one and eleven but I wasn't. ...read more.

Conclusion

I didn't think about scoring I just thought about playing football. But, I was wrong we had a corner from the right. Geek was there and he gave me the advice to throw my head at this. I was obviously going to listen to him. The ball drifted in high and slow from the right luckily the ball was travelling in my direction so I leaped to my full ability and did what my friend geek said to do throw my head at the ball. I did this and the ball went smash into the back of the net. I felt like a bar of gold a top class footballer. I had ten teammates kissing and hugging me. While all this was happening the referee blew his melody and geek was jumping up and down in triumph. We had won! After the match as I was walking home Geek approached me and said " Congratulations" "Geek it was all down to you that I scored." I said happily. He said "nope. Your the one that believed in yourself" He then went quiet. There was something up with geek so I tapped him on the shoulder and asked why he was he upset. Geek said, "I am off I'm leaving. My dad has to go away to work." I couldn't believe it I was cap sized, shocked and blue; blue just like the colour of our football kits. ?? ?? ?? ?? Steve Page 1 5/2/2007 ...read more.

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