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Hey guys,

Last September, I played 5 a side indoor soccer and my team was BY FAR the weakest team out of 6, which my team was expected to lose all 5 matches.

I did not even practice soccer for a whole YEAR, so I was out of form.

Before my first match, I wasn't expecting anything, I just told my team to take it one step at a time and try our best.

Well, we lost our first two games, won our next two and that was enough to get through to the semi-final where my team lost narrowly. I was man of the match in the two games we won and everyone thought I played well.

The strongest team got knocked out, maybe they were over-confident and did not try hard enough mentally?

I hope this helps,

asked 14 Dec '12, 04:27

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edited 17 Dec '12, 19:55

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