My Experience Playing At A Premier League Football Club, Part. 1

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Being given the opportunity to play at Premier League Football Club is an
experience I am going to hold very close to me for the rest of my life. It’s
amazing how much you can learn about football in such a short time, just by
being surrounded by some of the best athletes and professionals in the
business.

I arrived in England at the end of June 2017 with no idea what I had in store for
me. When I arrived, alone and overwhelmed in one of the biggest cities in the
world, my agents were still negotiating a couple of trials. I didn’t know where I
would be heading. I was generously staying with my agent who lived in West
London, passing the time by staying fit and on top of my skills with Bromley
Football Club.

After a week had passed, I received the green light; I was on my way to my first
trial – Premier League side Watford Hornets Football Club. I’m not going to lie, my mind was initially racing… What was I going to see, who was I going to meet, what was I going to learn? But I focused on the job I had to do get that contract.

I travelled solo for two hours to North-West London, mentally preparing
myself for Premier League Pre-Season. I checked in to a Holiday Inn that was a
a 10-minute walk from the training ground, which was great because it helped
reduce my stress of relying on public transport to get to training on time the
next morning (my terrible run with public transport is a story for another day
hahaha).

As the pressure and stress built that night I calmed myself down by packing my
bag ready for the morning, talking to family back home and headed to bed
early with an alarm for 7am set.
I was ready.

Part 2 Coming Soon.
KB

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