Despite what some people will tell you, becoming a professional footballer isn’t all about natural talent, hunger to succeed or even relentless, unyielding hard work.
Sometimes, as in all professions, you need to be in the right place at the right time. You need a platform to impress the kind of people who can open the doors you can’t open yourself. Fieldoo offers you that platform.
Fieldoo is a social network based entirely around helping football players find football agents and vice versa. The Fieldoo website is already home to over 1000 agents and scouts who are actively seeking out talented players with a view to giving them the helping hand they need – and that number is growing every day. Through the use of social media, this service bridges the gap between player and agent in a way that’s never been possible before, thus making opportunities far more accessible.
I grew up in a small town which was very rarely visited by scouts and, although I was probably never good enough to make it as a professional, I know the frustration of not receiving enough exposure first hand. I was coached from an incredibly young age – that’s what happens when your dad’s the coach of the local youth team – and, since hanging up my boots, I’ve went on to work for the NextGen Series, reporting on some of the top academy teams in Europe and seeing how they work first hand. From the lowest low of grassroots to the heights of Europe’s biggest youth tournament, I can tell you from experience that the margin between impressing and disappearing into the crowd is paper thin. Again, that’s where Fieldoo can help you out.
Take 23-year-old Fieldoo user Matej Rapnik, for example. Rapnik played for Hearts as a youngster and couldn’t really find his place, but now, thanks to football agent Sasa Cuk noticing his talent on Fieldoo, he’s on the books of Muangthong United, who have won the Thai Premier League in 5 of the last 6 seasons. Other notable players who are using Fieldoo include Maor Buzaglo, who’s now playing for Standard Liege and the Israel national team, and Palermo midfielder Jasmin Kurtic, who’s earned 8 Slovenia caps since going out on loan to Serie B club Varese. There’s no greater honour in football than representing your country and these players are living the dream, due in no small part to Fieldoo’s service.
If you’re an up and coming football player who’s hoping to make the step up to a professional team – or an established player looking to move on to bigger things – you’d have to be mad not to sign up to Fieldoo and show these agents and scouts what you’re made of. It’s absolutely free to join and it could potentially pave the way for you to go all the way to the top. You’ve got nothing more to lose than a few minutes of your time.
Are you a footballler and want to take the next step in your career?
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