Dream League Soccer Cheats Hack

Dream League Soccer Cheats

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122 comments to Dream League Soccer Cheats Hack

  • Johnky J  says:

    Need books on developing android applications. Using java and sqlite for the database side.

  • Tyler H  says:

    My android apps always prompt me notification on useless ads on adult video, how can i detect which application is causing this so that i can remove the apps from my hp, i have a lot of apps in my hp, is there a way to do it ?

  • Boo Cookie  says:

    How to download android apps from google play on pc for mobile? I want to transfer them later to phone. Is there a way to do this?

  • stephen m  says:

    Alot of tablets have google android market with 4.1 Jelly bean android. Are they both the same, and if not can I upgrade. I want to buy a decent tablet for afordable price

  • jag43216  says:

    Does the Android SDK contain anything to test your application on while developing an Android application (much like the iPhone does)?

    I don’t own a phone with Android (I actually have an iPhone…) but I would like to program some Android apps, without burning money on a phone. When it comes time to test my application on a live phone I have plenty of friends that would be willing to be guinea pigs.

  • rndmaktn  says:

    The android os is 1.6.

  • mendhak  says:

    My phone is Android 2.1 but it lags when i play games such as Angry Birds wwwhich is 1.6 for example. I have a Hauwei Ascend.

  • rndmaktn  says:

    for example between android 1.7, 2.1 and 2.2.
    for a tablet
    logically, the higher numbers would mean better and improved versions, thanks
    but i want to know how you tell which version a tablet runs, not the difference between them, unless the differences are specific changes that allow you to tell teach system apart

  • Zack Faria  says:

    Will i be able to update my android os to the latest version after rooting it?

  • mendhak  says:

    I have an android tablet that didn’t come with the android market pre-installed. I tried to look for it to download but I couldn’t find it. So any help would be good.

  • Praveen  says:

    My huawei m860 android won’t let me set up my google app. It says there is a proplem connecting to the server. What do i do?

  • Heath  says:

    I would like to take part in android development. how and what should i know if i want to take part?

  • The Dark Knight  says:

    i want to download android apps to my pc from android market for my android device. any possibility? i don’t want to download using my android device.

  • Mistry  says:

    Android offers you more for your money, there are more varieties than iOS. People like variety. With an iPhone you cannot remove the battery unless you are a Mechanic.

  • Harry  says:

    I have an Android tablet and it defaults my setup to mobile whenever I log into yahoo messeger. How do I switch between mobile messenger and non-mobile message modes? Is it possible?

  • JDOGG1122  says:


    I heard that there is an app in the Android Market that can be downloaded to make your Droid and computer internet one.

    Is this true? How does it work? What is it called?


  • Noe R  says:

    Im swiching to vodafone and i want a new android smartphone that costs €150 or under, can you help?

  • lets roll  says:

    I’m looking for an Android app that will let me control my phone from my computer. For example, I want to run a computer program that manipulates data in running games (yes to cheat lol) on a game running on my Android phone. Sort of like a remote desktop program I guess? Free preferred but I will pay for one if need be. Thanks!

  • _marky_mark_  says:

    I use a GalaxySII android phone and put all my appointments on my phone’s calendar. I updated my first generation iPad to IOS5 last week. This morning, I noticed that all my android phone calendar items are now on my iPad calendar. I do not think I did any ‘sync’ set ups between my phone and iPad (maybe I did something inadvertently). Does anyone know how this sync happened? I don’t mind it, just wondering how it works. Thanks for your help!

  • Brian  says:

    I have a android 2.3 tablet and i want to use it as a touch screen for my windows 7 PC.I also want that my windows believe that it is a pentouch input in it. With touch interference like up and down action,etc.

  • Mark M  says:

    I downloaded music to my android tablet pc and i hook my mp3 up to it through USB. How do i send music from the tablet over to the mp3 player. Step by step or explanatory is fine.

  • The Dark Knight  says:

    I’ve seen people run the android os on their iphones, but they require an iphone 2 or 3g. Is there a way to install on it an iphone 4?
    not the iphone 2, but the original iphone. and i’ve seen 2.2 videos on engadget and other sites. but i was wondering if there was an earlier version that’s more stable.

  • Kevin  says:

    Every time I try to buy something of the android market it goes to the google checkout. Is there a way to get it so it just gets charged to my bill?

  • The Inc  says:

    I have a really old android, its about four years old and its on android version 1.5 and it doesmt have Google Play. So I don’t have a large selection of apps and a lot of them force close themselves when I open them. What’s a website that has a lot of the Google Play apps on it for free and won’t give my phone viruses? I have the Moterola Clique XT by T-Mobile.

  • Keaton  says:

    I always use my android to go online. I kept charging it when it is already low. A few hours like that, the battery decreased. It decreased also when I played games. Is there any way to solve this besides reducing the brightness or whatever it is. (Y)
    Thanks for the answer. I can’t rate it. I am still level 1 lol. Sorry for the uncompleted details. Do you know another way to save battery when I use the data network mode or wifi?

  • Victoria T  says:

    My android phone‘s RAM only 500mb , n its not enough for me. I need app tht can help me to make my phone not ‘storage full‘ anymore, tx.

  • Willie  says:

    What are the diffent between honeycomb and gingerbread? Cause I want to buy android tablet and there is 2 version android honeycomb and gingerbread..

    ^ is there anything Like apple jailbreak and download application for free on android.

  • sarah w  says:

    Most Android applications are written in Java, but I will use something else… I have no trouble of making the EXE file but can someone please tell me how to convert it to a file Android can read?

  • tefa_96  says:

    I have a few android apps I downloaded on utorrent on my laptop but I do not know how to put them into my android and get them to work. Any help would be great.

  • Only Business  says:

    I just got a android multimedia tablet and color ereader for Christmas and I do not have Android phone service do I need to pay for this thing to work and do I need to like activate it. I am a bit confused about it.

  • Superman  says:

    I have the htc wildfire s running android 2.3.3, Changing a wallpaper will take effect for all 7 home screen. But I want 7 different wallpaper for the 7 different home screen- can you do that if so how?

  • kewlflame14  says:

    I have an Android phone-Samsung Intercept. Is it possible to send one text message to multiple receipients? How?

  • Roar me R  says:

    I am planning on buying this really awesome phone. But it is not an android phone. I want to know if I can download the android market into it maybe via a microsd card. Is this possible, if so how?

  • Jeanelle the Retard  says:

    Hate taking pictures on Android phones you can’t see how you come out.

  • XplicitzZ  says:

    I have been looking at android phones and I’m thinking about getting one. Also if anyone has their phone on a virgin mobile plan please tell me if it is even worth it.

  • Jonny  says:

    On android or iphone they have an app that changes your voice while you prank call somsones phone. What is that app called and the app that changes your number

  • Cupcakerum  says:

    What are good paid games on android market?Games that are not simple and have an alright picture graphic quality.
    Most of the android games are real bad does anyone know any good ones?

  • Boo Cookie  says:

    I am just starting to developed android apps. I have installed the android SDK. I’m just confused on how to understand the reference documentation when it come to choosing the different classes when building an app. Can some explain to me how to use the documentation? Thanks

  • Keaton  says:

    What are the complete advantages and features of android os behind symbian os?? Please answer me because i am planning to buy an android mobile ranging 7 to 10k Indian rupees.THANK YOU

  • Austin  says:

    Hate taking pictures on Android phones you can’t see how you come out.

  • mavis24  says:

    My wife and I both have Galaxy Fascinate phones (about 3 years old, running Android 2.x) and are upgrading HTC Evo phones, running Android 4.x, which should be here in a couple of days. How do I transfer at least the contacts (and maybe other data) from the old phone to the new one?

    Thanks in advance.
    FYI: not all of our contacts are synced with google. some are just saved to the phone.

  • gail C  says:

    For example:If my Android phone supports only MPEG ,MP4, 3gp ?

    So will it be able to run videos of Flv, Wmv, MP3 format it I Install Third party apps to run them?

    I suppose this should be the case.I am planning to buy Android mobile but i can’t buy the most expensive ones which can play all the video formats without any third party apps?

  • ericmreitz  says:

    I’m planning to buy an Android phone but my budget limits me to phones with 240×320 resolutions. Now, I’m a bit hesitant to buy such phone because I think that it has the most limited number of apps and games available. Yet, I really want to buy an Android as soon as possible.

  • PIE BOY  says:

    Proprietary software to Android Market, which I will lead directly to the market is not available in My phone,How to get it?

  • lucasg615  says:

    I have samsung galaxy y mobile (android)
    but I canot connection to my PC with that galaxy y mobile.
    How can connect to computer with my samsung GALAXY Y mobile?
    Which software use me for connection?

  • Big Banger  says:

    I bought an Android about 9 months ago and took it back because it was just too much trouble to use. I am not an incredibly tech-savvy person and I couldn’t even figure out how to turn the damn thing off or silence the ringer because it was so complicated. What is the iPhone like in comparison?

  • kiltakblog  says:

    So i just got an Android phone, mytouch 4g to be exact, and i think it would be helpful if my friends and i could start a group message instead of everyone asking me what the other person said. Thanks!

  • supernerd567  says:

    I wanna buy an Android powered phone and just wanted 2 know how Android worked… Would i need a hotspot to go online on my phone??

  • Austin  says:

    I’m making an android phone game and I want my screen resolution to fit the smallest screen resolution there has been that an android phone had. Then if there’s another android phone with a larger resolution, I’ll just re-size it in a scalar manner and just fill the empty parts with black. So then, what is the smallest screen resolution there has been that android phones had?

  • Anny  says:

    Obviously, a Droid probably uses the Android OS, but I know that some phones aren’t actually Droids, but use the Android OS. So, what is the difference in what I am going to get with each product. Is either better than the other. I am specifically looking at an LG Optimus S, but didn’t know how this would differ from a Droid.

  • JackReynolds  says:

    Im looking to run the Android OS on my laptop sadly no one has taken the time to add the drivers I need to run it .I am semi-new to editing source code so simplicity would be nice.

  • happyha31  says:

    I recently downloaded “MobileBoy” emulator for android however it does allow me to save my progress. Thus, I have to start over from the beginning of each game I play. Does anyone know any free versions that actually allow you save your progress?

  • mavis24  says:

    I am 15 years old 130 pounds and 5’7 and I play center back.

    Ever since The beginning of June I been practicing with the ball like
    -First touch
    Basically all the basic and techniques with a ball.
    I do this 4′xs a week for 2 hours Monday,Wedays.Friday, Sunday
    For 2′xs a week a go to the gym Tuesday, Thurdays, On Tuesday I do Triceps, Biceps, On Thursday i do Back and Legs. And every day after my training sessions with the ball and at the gym i do a ton of different abs workouts and there working so far i have a four pack. Every night before i go to bed i do 2 sets of 20 push ups and 2 sets of 100 ab crunches. And sometimes on a non regular basis i maybe 2′xs a week i do a 3 mile run. THIS IS WHAT I HAVE BEEN DOING THIS SUMMER.

    When school starts on August 19 for me I be a sophomore. Last year i usally wake up a 6 then shower, breakfast then go to school. but this year i am planning on waking up at 5 and do an hour of soccer drills like passing, dribbling, and first touch all in my backyard. Then i finish at six then take shower, eat breakfast then go to school. I do this Monday-Thursday of the school week, i don’t want to do this on Friday because Saturday is when I usually have a game and I don’t want to burn out on the game. This year my club coach said we are going to be practicing three times a week so on the days i don’t have soccer practice I will practice for two hours by my self of all the stuff i said at the top of the page of what i am doing over the summer. Also go to the gym after the days when i am training by myself and don’t have soccer practice that day.

    I play on a club team that has a USSF Academy team and last year i was on the pre-academy but i did not make the real academy team and hopefully with all this training i will make the academy team next year.

    I just need to know should I train more or more stuff I can work on and can you help me with some new drills and if you are think an doing a good job so far or tell me what i need to do to make my dream come true.

  • Stevalicious  says:

    I’m 17 and thinking about moving to Holland to progress my Soccer/football commitment and eventually develop it into a career. I have heard Holland is the best place to go in terms of a country that speaks English and plays soccer a lot. But since I’m a student with just a HS diploma I will definitely need some kind of cheap residence. Any ideas, suggestions?

  • davemc74656  says:

    I always wanted to be in charge of a league of soccer since I can’t play it. But i don’t know what you need to have a league for kids? how do you get permission to practice at soccer fields? how to contact referees? how to start and manage this little dream i have. HELP!!!

  • Xedo  says:

    I am 21 yrs old and have played soccer intensively for 3 yrs. all i think of is soccer and all i dream of being is a soccer professional. i have a great determination to work hard and ready to work. i came to the states not long ago and i am hoping to get on a team to play with. so please i need you to tell me my chances at this.

  • Rkmc  says:

    I’m a 15 year old male, and I’m technically the best goalkeeper in my state. I really wanna pursue a dream that I have which is playing professionally in England (I don’t care if it is an n power league 2 team or manchester united). I want to attend a soccer youth academy in the USA. Which ones are the best?

  • Cpt Excelsior  says:

    My name is James and i am a Nigerian.i am 20yrs old and my dream is to play professional soccer.i go to college in orangeburg south Carolina but my college does not have a soccer team so i would like to know what clubs and leagues are around the area and close to orangeburg.

  • Victoria T  says:

    I’m getting into watching Football, but really I know nothing about it, I don’t have a team I follow yet (probably going to be Mexico), and let alone know the rules.

    What are some basics you could tell me, anything really. One thing I was wondering was how do you go about picking what team to follow, what’s the difference (if any) between Major League Soccer, a National team, and any other levels that there might be.
    Some terms, and other stuff you need to know would be greatly appreciated.

  • Jack Bauer  says:

    Alright so I am 14 turning 15 this year, I play for a sunday league club, not the best club but my team is really good, I play as a centre back. In my life i have never got picked for a state team, or a team that has gone overseas or anything. But i believe that i have had some bad luck in times. In my position i honestly think I am the best in my age in my state, in terms of going in for a tackle and strength. I go outside nearly every day and kick a soccer ball around if i dont have club training. One thing that has let me down is being nervous when playing out the back. I have really good ball skills, probably one of the best in my team but i just get really nervous in a match some times when playing it out the back. I need some help? And also because i haven’t been picked for a state team or anything does that mean my dreams of becoming a proffessional soccer player are slipping? Or have i still got heaps of times on my hands?
    also i don’t get nervous before matches, i just get a bit scared when playing it out the back in case i give away the ball

  • Gamer959  says:

    hi im 16 and my dream is play pro soccer.. i am a goakeeper people say that i have it easy because im a goalie there wrong its not as easy as it looks. i play for a great club.. everybody tells me how great i am even other teams we play against.. i wanna know how can i show everybody across the world how good i am? so i can get more known in alot of places

  • shahrukh  says:

    Im 14 years of age, playing my heart out everyday day with full passion and love for the game but I want to go beyond the limits. Im excellent for my age!
    I play for school, regional club and adults divsion. My life long dream is to become this, so how do I do it in Auckland, New Zealand ???

  • Praveen  says:

    I’m a 14 year old girl. I’ve played soccer every since the age of 4 and Ive loved it. I’ve always told my mom from a very young age that Ive wanted to be a professional soccer player. Every since the 2011 Women’s World Cup and the London Olympics when I watched the US Women’s National Soccer Team play I’ve been so inspired to work hard and make my dream come true. But how do I get there? I know ODP is very important but my single mother can’t afford it. And I’ve been playing club soccer since I was 8 years old. So what is the process of becoming a professional soccer player for the US without ODP? Like what do I do in highschool and in college? How would I get recruited by a Division 1 college to then get noticed by the National Team and get a call up?

  • dealy  says:

    I am planning to join a soccer team in university in Canada.


    My dream is to play in real madrid or English premier league.
    How Can I do that? Could you tell me the procedures?

    Thanks ^^

  • xiM Clutch  says:

    What do you have to do to become a pro soccer player? How hard is it to get into European leagues? I live in america so that might make a difference. I play soccer A LOT, I love it, watch games all the time. Could I make it?

  • Sonny  says:

    I am 14 years old and i really want to be a professional soccer player. My dream is to play for FC Gold Pride, I play for my school soccer team already and i also play rec soccer. I dont like to be cookie but im pretty good at it.. I want to know some collages that might give me an opportunity or anything else like that that might get me to play whit Gold Pride.

  • Con Orpe  says:

    Last night, I watched the game between Philippines and Myanmar. And it was mentioned that because of the Philippines win against Vietnam, they now have informations on 15 half-Pinoys who are playing in pro-leagues in Europe. Right now, there are seven fil-foreign players in the team. 7+15=22, that is a whole team.

    Is this a good sign in Philippine football?
    How does this affect in the grassroots program?

    I am an Ilonggo, who loves football, and I would like to see kids in my community play football.

  • Yoshi  says:

    I’ve heard about programs such as Adidas Generation (American program) and such, but I’m a Canadian lover-of-soccer and it’s been my dream to play soccer at a higher lever! Any information is helpful!

  • Kristian  says:

    Formula 1 racing is the most expensive sport in the world, the steering wherl itself costs millions of dollars, even the cars are worth millions of dollars, F1 drivers earn more than any american football player can dream of. Soccer players who play in big leagues than boast billions of dollars each season like the English Premier League ( the most popular sports league in the world) where top players who are bought from their previous clubs ( teams) rather than trading players, and usually Football ( soccer ) clubs pay millions of dollars to sign players to there team.

  • balinderk2000  says:

    I’m only a freshman but it’s my dream to attend one of the Ivy leagues. I have been looking through different sites on how to have a better chance of getting accepted. I have grades all in the nineties but I know it takes more than just good grades to get into an Ivy league. I also play soccer in a premier league. I am active in leadership events in our school. But I understand that you need to stand out of your resume. Does anyone have any ideas on what I can do?

  • lildevilgurl152004  says:

    I mean there are like 4 or 5 leagues, I think. I was just wondering with the tournments, and how would they move up. If anyone would help, I would appreicate it. Thanks

  • Picean  says:

    I’m in Canada and I have joined my school soccer team. The coach has seen how good I am and has sent me on the Vancouver soccer team. I just wanted what I should do to become a professional soccer player. Where should get noticed? Where should I find scouts who can help me get into MLS and then get transfered to Europe for higher levels. How should I keep my dreams alive? I’m in grade 10 of high school and already I was asked to join the Vancouver Soccer Team because they have seen a lot of potential in me.

    Thanks for any advice and Merry Christmas to all.

  • tefa_96  says:

    I always read about teams in the soccer – epl premier league making big trades and getting good strikers and what not -Brisbane have a good forward line, but in reality, it means nothing unless you have a good defence. You can attack and attack and attack but if you don’t have a good defence you will struggle.

  • lildevilgurl152004  says:

    Yup that’s write I’m another kid who’s dreaming about the soccer. god kill me I love this game. I have been playing it since my age of 5. But then I moved to the country where the football is called soccer. I joined some club’s house league in my local area and I got MVP. But It’s over and over. And what now?! I don’t now what to do. There is no point of joining another House League. and I can’t sign up for any try outs in my area because even if they did chooose me for the competitive team; My father is truck driver so I can’t just walk in this big city like Toronto. So all I do is I practice and play it as much as I can. But how long can I practice without using it?

  • Anny  says:

    i am a very good soccer player.i was wondering if i could get a scout to come see me play.my dream is to become a proffesional soccer player and i feel like i have the skills enough to make it.my dream is to play for real madrid or manchester united if not both…if you can help in anyway?

  • kerrin marz  says:

    Ok, so I am planning to move to a different continent in the next couple of years. Soccer has been my passion ever since I was child and I have always had this sentimental dream of couching a football league team. So I would like to know weather it will be easier to look for a low ranking team to manage or should I work on establishing a football club?

  • Goe122  says:

    Should I play in a league?I am 13 should i play in a league to become a soccer player?I also want to prove to my parents friends and everybody that i can be a pro.It hurts me when my family tells me that I will never make it!

  • Peter  says:

    I’m 17 and I’m going to Spain as soon as I turn eighteen. I know it’s improbable, but my dream is too become keeper for the Spanish national team. I believe I am good, an my ambition and work ethic make for perpetual potential. I am going to Valencia and I would like to know how I can get involved with any of these teams. I know I am considered old already but I am extremely determined so please help with any information that you can! God bless!

  • sethburger  says:

    It is my dream to get into an Ivy League College but I don’t exactly know how. I’m 13 years old, an A’s and B’s student, I play soccer and I’m pretty good at the piano. I was just wondering if there is anything I can do better or even start that could get me into an Ivy League college. I would appreciate an honest, long, and not a silly answer. Thank you

  • Sir fliesalot  says:

    My school average is 95.2% ,and my family is not rich to get me in that university
    what do i need to do to get into Oxford or Harvard ,,its my dream ,,is there a possiblity?

  • supernerd567  says:

    I am 16 years old and I’ve been playing house league soccer since I was 12. I have never tried out for a rep team because I wanted to build up my skills at house league level. My question is whether it may be too late for me to try out for rep soccer. I’m a goalkeeper by the way.

  • Sahil  says:

    I hear all the stories about players getting scouted when they were like six years old and stuff and it makes me want to cry.

    I’m a 15 year old boy and I’ve been playing since a very young age. I want it so much but so do so many boys my age and I feel my time is slipping away. I’m doing as much as I can – I play for a semi professional team and a top division amateur team so I get a game on saturday and sunday every week. Whenever I have a spare moment, I’m playing football. Even in the house, I always have a ball at my feet. I want it even more because someone on my old team told me there’s no point me joining a semi pro team ’cause I’m too late to ever go pro. He has since then gone to America to pursue his dream as he says it’s easier to become a pro there. Is that true?

    I play right back and my strengths are tackling, stamina/endurance, passing and taking players on. My weaknesses are speed (I’m not slow, just not too fast) and I’m not really a leader, I let the centre backs order the defence. I do communicate, though. Also, I’m quite gangly as I’m fairly tall 5’10″ and pretty thin but long legs can help sometimes. I always want to improve and although I’m in a semi pro development squad, I want to get to the next level. Even if I don’t make it I’ll never stop playing football whether it be semi pro or amateur because I love it so much. And I’ll never stop dreaming!

    Be honest, am I too old to ever go pro? Even a league two side or even a european lower league side? If I work hard could I achieve my dream and is there something I’m not doing right? Do I have a good attitude? Please offer me encouragement, tell me any inspirational stories and adress all my questions. I know it’s a lot to ask but if you do, I’ll be forever in your debt. Thank you so much if you answer.

    Cheers :)

  • mmminja  says:

    Hey there,

    I am a high school student livening in New Zealand. I’m interested in studying medicine to later work in the humanitarian field, providing medical care in 3rd world, impoverished countries. It’s a dream of mind to set up medical child care facilities in countries like Somalia (where my parents are from) and other countries throughout the third world with a high concentration of underprivileged children. I would also like to one day hold a position in the United Nations or Amnesty international.

    However I am also interested in studying law with a focus on international relations or political science in order to one day work in a political position with, as I said, Amnesty or the UN.

    All I know is that I want to work in a position where I can help people in the 3rd world, this might seem cliche but its what I want to do.

    In terms of grades, I have managed a straight A+ record throughout my high school experience (I still have 2 years to go though). I’m particularly good at essay based subjects, the social sciences and biology and chemistry.

    In terms I extra curriculars, I have participated in quite a few so far. For instance:

    Sports I.e. rowing, soccer, netball, squash
    I have competed in many speech and drama competitions and have won various awards, trophies and championships throughout the course of 8 years.
    I also did trinity guildhall London speech and drama examinations which are regarded internationally, and have passes with high marks.
    I recently attended a model United Nations conference, representing the USA and I plan to hopefully represent New Zealand at The Hague International Model United Nations held in Geneva, Switzerland.
    I am also planning on taking part in a volunteer programme abroad in Africa or South-East Asia in the coming years.
    I also am planning to begin volunteer work at Trade Aid and I have 5+ years of work in an orthopedic clinic, doing filing, preparation of clinics etc.

    So yeah, what are my chances? Financial aid?

  • Vultre9  says:

    I am 13 and want to be a pro soccer player (golie), but the problem is that i might get hurt what should i do?

  • Motordom  says:

    I currently play goalkeeper for my highschool team. Entering my sophomore year and I have made the choice that football goalkeeping is what I want to do. for a living. I know I can’t make it to Real Madrid or man u. But I’m saying like MLS reserves team and working my way from their. Or the lowest league in England (n.power championships). With time dedication and love for the game how hard do you think it is to make it and make my dream a reality?

  • alberto s  says:

    I have always wondered what a person needs to do to become a doctor on any English soccer teams (for example, Tottenham Hotspurs or Man Utd) I also wondered how many people are in a medical staff in one team? What’s the education like? What positions are there in a club medical group? Like physical therapist, doctors … What else? & most importantly, HOW is one able to become a part of the medical staff? Thank you!

  • Cole  says:

    I am 13 years old and from the Thailand, how can I get noticed (any youth academies by chance I can go to)? How can I make it to the professional level, that is my ultimate dream. I practice everyday, and I am very athletic, what are your tips and advice? Please help

  • Dark_LovexXx  says:

    I’ve played soccer since I could walk basically and I don’t even remember when I started playing travel ball because I was so little when I started. I play on a club team and we lost in the championships in this past state cup, I play on an elite competitive league and I also play varsity for my high school league, which is also the best in my state. I am a junior right now but I got a lot of concussions last year so I was out for a while, then this year during the last high school game (a playoff game we lost) I chipped a bone in my ankle and had a giant contusion and also my knee was having major problems. I can finally start playing again next week and I am planning on working my ass off to become the best player I can be. I’m planning on taking videos of my playing and sending them into coaches. I want to know though if I have an actual chance at playing D1 ball. It’s a dream of mine and I will fully dedicate my life to soccer. I have had some inconvenient setbacks on my journey there but I’m willing to work 1010% to make up for my injury time. Thank you :)
    I’m thinking maybe BYU or UNC. Maybe University of Maine

  • whitesoxfan2347  says:

    Hi, everyone. Becoming a soccer coach has always been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. I am only 19 years of age but I have managed to get an assistant coach position for a local club team in my town. However, I one day dream of coaching at the highest level specifically in Europe. I was just wondering, what I could possibly due or look into, to further my knowledge and opportunity in coaching soccer. What opportunities or programs could I look into in Europe to maybe get a job as a type of intern coach or something. Any info or feedback is really appreciated. Thank you.

  • Flash Funk  says:

    Q.Can a Android Tab fulfill the needs of a person looking for dual core pc? If not then why?

  • Bryant B  says:

    Why did baseball become popular in the countries of just those areas? Why didn’t it become international like soccer?

  • tjpimpin  says:

    A family member has a really slow android tablet and they have asked me if I can help. I’ve blocked all unnecessary apps and was wondering if there is a web browser that performs faster than the stock browser on a slow device, since they mainly use it for web browsing.

  • simply complicated  says:

    It’s a dream of myn and I want to make it come true :)

  • kamikami  says:

    This is my dream, and I was wondering if anyone could give me some advice.

  • Rkmc  says:

    America is a better team then Ajaccio, just because Ajaccio is in a European league makes it a better mve for Ochoa??
    It doesn’t make sense to me especially that Ajaccio is in Ligue 2

  • Kobe  says:

    I play three sports, which are soccer, basketball, and track. I am also involved in student government as the Secretary for my class. I take all honors classes and get all A’s and 2 B’s. I am only a freshman, but my dream college is Brown University to study Pre-Med. So far, do I have good chances of getting into the school and if not what should I do to improve my chances?

  • Ryan Z  says:

    I¨’m only 14 years old practice football in my town, and I’m one of the best in my team. It’s my dream to become a professional player!

  • RuMKilleR  says:

    I REALLY REALLY want to be a proffesional soccer player and I come from a private school and thus I have to do a lot of work like 3-5 hours a night. I know it takes a lot of practising but what should i do? I am 14 and this is my dream. When can I fit in practising? How long should I practise for? am i too old top be put in a soccer academy. All my friends say ‘youre sick at soccer’ so I dont really know what to do?PLS help?

  • mrankinmatt  says:

    Its actually a life long dream of mine and honestly any team would do I was thinking about buying a team that was in the seventh tier of English football (once I have the money of course lol) or starting up a team in that division or lower how much money would I need to get I was thinking to buy a team I would need no more than 1 mil U.S but to build one from the ground up I would need 10 mil U.S does that sound about right?

  • stealspartansbcglobalnet  says:

    I mean i love soccer i love to play it and watcing it is eh. The point is i am 13 and i played on a team when i was like six and then i got out. After a while when i was like 10 i started to love it again. My mom cant afford to get me on a team. And ive been trying out for my school team for the past 3 years , but i cant make it. Its my dream to play soccer professionaly and to play in the world cup someday. Its impossible to make the team for me because all the other lads have expeirence and play in a local league. Any ideas how i can make the team or any local leagues that are around my area that charge low cost? I live in south texas in rio grande valley

  • John  says:

    Ok so my name is Jill and I’m 13 years old. Right now I’m playing on a local town club team. We do tournaments and stuff and sometimes go to the city (I live in NY) or New Jersey. My club is competitive. This was my plan of being a soccer player
    1) get noticed by good colleges
    2) when the time comes, choose a D1 or D2 shool. I know the women national teams like to look at D1 players but lets say I’m not exactly “up there” my first year of college, and I choose a D1 school. I’d be a benchwarmer. But if I was good and I chose a D2 school, (that was still good) I’d still get exposure am I right?
    3) try my best to stand out and excel in the college soccer team I’m on and hopefully get drafted. Is this a good plan? Am I missing something?

  • Franklin Bluth  says:

    I’m traveling to London in two months and I wanted to know how I can get an affordable ticket for a soccer match in London. It is like one of my dreams but online tickets are really expensive for students.


  • morbiusdog  says:

    Im traveling to italy april of 2013, i am absolutely in love with soccer and one of my dreams is to meet a famous soccer player. Where is the most likely place in Italy where this could happen ? Also what are some fun things to do in Florence at night for a teenager?
    By the way going to Florence Venice and Rome..

  • Dana G  says:

    It’s so much better than basketball it’s scary. So much grace and passion. No stupid refs and league presidents fixing games. No stupid foul shots and going to the freethrow line and stopping the game every 5 seconds.
    I’m gonna guess that scoring the winning goal in World Cup final feels better than having an orgasm.

  • DuckieM10  says:

    I have an HTC phone running Android, and my girlfriend has an iPhone. We would like to be able to play a word game (similar to Scrabble, or Wordfeud which is on android) that we both can get.

    Basically its a multiplayer cross platform game..I am having trouble finding any.
    Also, any other good multiplayer games you know of i would appreciate.


  • Franklin Bluth  says:

    What are the differences between OS’s ? Why android is the one most of the people want instead of symbian, blackberry, windows ? Why android is the top seller ? What makes android better than the others ? Thanks :D

  • Jeffery Carlson  says:

    I mean betting on the european football (soccer)
    How do you bet ?
    Do you look back the statistics?
    How do you bet on 2.5 goals under/over?
    I listen to every answer

  • Paul M  says:

    I want to buy a prepaid android phone and I am going to buy the Kyocera Hydro which has the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich but I have seen other phones that have Android Gingerbread.

    What is the difference between both Androids.

  • Vultre9  says:

    What are the major differences ? Can the android os run itunes and you tube ? Does the android os offer any “microsoft word” type applications ? Thanks and 10 points to the best answer.

  • jdubdoubleu7704  says:

    I love sports and i would love to make it my future. I love Baseball, football, and Basketball. Soccer, not that much. But i would love to here if anyone knows a good Major league sport jobs. Something that would have good pay and be fun

  • Xedo  says:

    I need a android application that records current running processes and exports them to a text file. The data I need includes application start and end time. Also, times accessing the cpu, ram, and any file access or manipulation. Does anyone know of a Android application doing this?

  • isk8at818  says:

    When I go to the Android apps site and try to download an app it tells me I don’t have any smart phones linked to my E-mail address…. How can I get apps for my phone with out having to use internet on my phone?

  • crzyinluv  says:

    It would be a dream come true to go to an Ivy or to Stanford for college. I’m a sophomore in high school. My GPA (weighted) is a 4.1, unweighted is a 3.94. I’m in four honors classes this year, including two math classes, english, and biology, and also spanish 2, and am also in choir and soccer, and have all high A’s. (After this scemester ends in a few weeks, my GPA and ranking will also go up). I’m class president, an officer in the select service club, an officer in National Honor Society, and participate in Show Choir, Debate Team, and Mu Aplha Theta (in a nutshell, its the math club). Next year I’m also planning on taking every AP class offered, and classes at the local college. Is there anything else you could suggest? And any requirements that I need to work on meeting? Thank you for helping, this is kinda my dream.
    Forgot to add that I’m also on the leaderboard at my youth group, FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes), on the soccer team and will be on the cheer team next year. (:

  • Brendan O  says:

    So hey, this is a question for guys and girls who might have some knowledge about getting into the top leagues or have already made it and I really hope you’ll stay with me here and try to answer.

    Ok, I am 14 years old, living in Australia and pretty insane about soccer. Now most people would look down on this as a ‘child’s dream’ that all kids want but I’ve been in a state team before and I know it’s hard, and that it gets about 1000x harder in America in college leagues. I want to improve and achieve and get more confidence to make it to the top but it’s like I don’t know which step to take to get there… What I’m really asking for is; how fit do I need to be? How many goals am I going to be needing to score? what kind of people should I be contacting? What are some drills that will help me improve? And what do I need to do to make it? Because I am willing to try my best for what I love (although it sounds corny). Any answers would be great thanks.
    By the way, I play in central midfield and rarely score, (I know I need to Improve) and I don’t exactly have the most professional coaches here in Australia…

  • MexicanDude  says:

    It has been my dream to attend an Ivy League college for as long as I can remember, and since I’m aware that, realistically speaking, I only have a decent shot at one of the top Ivies (like Harvard or Yale) I’m aiming to be accepted into Columbia or Cornell. I plan on majoring in history and then going to graduate school to get a law degree, and even though I’m just a sophomore in high school I’ve been looking around for an internship in a court house to show that I am passionate about these plans. I also hope that interning at a court house will help me stand out amongst the other applicants, as while I am taking the hardest classes offered at my school, am and have been since the first quarter of ninth grade number one in the grade, have a 101.4 overall average, and have excellent recommendations, I am unable to participate in a college summer program and am involved in only two extra-curricular activities: varsity soccer and art club.

    I’ve been offered a position as an unpaid summer intern at a court house in Manhattan, thanks to my academic successes and the facts that my dad has worked in a branch of the New York Supreme Court for over two decades and is friends with numerous judges. I’m seriously considering accepting this offer, as the judge who will be my boss is an alumnus of Cornell and it can’t hurt to have a recommendation from an alumnus, but before I do so I want to know how an internship at a branch of the New York Supreme Court would look on a college resume. Will it impress the members of top-notch colleges’ admissions boards or help me stand out amongst other applicants, or would I just be wasting my time and my summer by accepting this position?

  • Kobe  says:


    I am 22 years old and have played soccer my whole life. I played in high school and club and got always got mvp awards.I actually brought my team to the state championship and won it scoring the winning goal and a assist. Back in those days I was always able to skate by with natural talent, freakish, freakish athletic ability, and skills (from hours and hours of hard work). This made me lazy when it came to endurance(young and dumb).
    After high school I tried to walk on a D1 team and was physically and mentally destroyed when it came to preseason fitness. I was no where in shape and it showed later when we played soccer my body was too fatigued to show my best against all-americans/ D1 players. I was eventually cut and gave up on any dreams I had.
    About a year later I would play soccer with most of those guys/ guys around the area/city in pickup games. I would always outshine them. I didn’t find anyone who could match my talent, vision, and creativity in pickup or competitive games. From then on I changed my mindset: These people weren’t more skilled than me, why shouldn’t I be able to play a higher level. I changed my attitude and started training again, 2 a days putting in the work, getting my endurance to above average times (5 mile-36:00 min) and sharpening my skills.
    I am now in excellent shape and am looking for the best ways to get a trial and am stuck at a road block. I am unsure of how get a trial with a semi-professional team (or even just show my skills at an academy or where to find a competitive amateur league) in the U.S. Are there any sites? I don’t mean to lay my life story out there or sound cocky but I feel so passionately about it. I truly believe I can achieve great things.
    Any advice would be deeply, deeply appreciated. thank you

  • Matthew S  says:

    I really like dream league soccer but I don’t want to buy fifa13 and not like it what is better and what is fifa13 like

  • sick_mick_101  says:

    I want to know how to restart a match in Dream Soccer League on an Android because i am about to lose to Barcelona by 3-1 and it is for the Elite Division Title. Please Help??

  • Samuro  says:

    I’m 15 years old and live in Sweden.
    My dream is to get a Division 1 Soccer Scholorship through a Scolarship. I am a great soccer player and I know that I can reach the required grade level. My goal is to get drafted by an MLS (Major League Soccer) team after my College Graduation.

    I have a big passion for acting too. If I don’t get drafter, I really want to become an actor. I love acting and people tell me that I’m good at it. In Sweden, acting isn’t that great and I really don’t want to take acting classes here. The US is the perfect place to do it in as my English is flawless and you won’t be able to tell if I’m american or not as I attend and American School in Sweden.
    Becoming and actor is like a back up plan if my soccer doesn’t work out. The only way to get me started with acting in the US would be through college. Can I become an actor even though I want to study Economy or do I have to choose drama? I really don’t know if I have a big passion for Theatre, but I love acting and movies.
    Let’s say if I choose Drama for College, and I don’t get drafted by a team. Let’s say I also don’t become an actor. Then I’m stuck in the middle of it. Soccer and acting didn’t work out. Then I have a degree in Drama but nothing I can do with it because I’m not interested in anything else that is drama related but acting. That’s why choosing Economy is my safe spot.
    Is it possible to still become an actor. Can I choose acting classes by the side? Will I have time for that? Is it guaranteed that you will become an actor if you are talented and major in Drama?

    If you could leave me your opinion, possiblities, or anything else that coud help me out, I would be very grateful and humble!

    Thanks a lot! :D

  • ConfusionnaJob  says:

    In Philip K Dicks novel, Do androids dream of electric sheep, deckard is married and has an affair and actually feels empathy with a female android, however, in the movie the view is not told deckards relationship and the view presumes he’s single, however there is something to be said about his relations between the movie and the book.

  • sakyue1993  says:

    It doesn’t seem physically possible. Last time I checked, Androids are robots which are incapable of giving birth, in that they aren’t living things. And for those who get them confused, Androids are robots that look human, Cyborgs are a fusion between humans and robots.

  • Larry R  says:

    I am looking at rooting my android phone (captivate) so I can do wifi hotspots without having to tether it. Is it worth it?

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