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    Default Anyone's child play rep soccer?

    What age did they start?

    Was it beneficial?

    How was it travelling so often?

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    My step sister played if that counts? Lol.
    She started rep soccer not long after starting high school.. In her case (and my point of view) it was so hard for her at school, she would miss school for games etc, she was forever travelling. She had to do assignments and homework while traveling. In the end she ended up hip problems (she's about to finish year 12) and only plays the occasional game because it can be quite painful. I would take her to regular chiropractor appointments for the pain.
    But that's just how I saw it.

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    Hip problems from soccer?

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    She spent 95% of her time as goalie. So doctors said it was related. I have just seen her in pain and what's been told to me from her mother. I never attended a doctors appointment so who knows (her mother has a flare for the dramatics)


 

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