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Wednesday June 26, 2013 4:17am

Joined Jun 2013
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Hi everyone.

I'm part of a team producing a documentary about elite American youth soccer players. Especially those bound for, currently playing in, or formerly playing in England/Europe (thus the reason I'm posting in this thread).

We want to explore these (as of yet) unknown players' commitments to their dream, their training regiments, their relationships with their teammates, and the rigors they put themselves through.

One part of the film will focus on former players who are no longer playing but are pursuing new avenues in life. Think about those title cards at the end of a lot of movies, where, in two sentences or so, we get an update on "Where are they now?" This film will devote a significant amount of time to the "where are they nows."

Here is the casting notice which has more details- feel free to message me any questions or use the email

UNCORKED PRODUCTIONS and AUXERRINE CORP are developing a new documentary film about current and former male youth soccer players.

The film explores the rituals and determination of those pursuing their dreams of becoming professional soccer players.

We are looking for former players now pursuing new avenues in life completely separate from soccer. As not everyone achieves a professional soccer lifestyle, we want to give voice to those who are now channeling that commitment to something else.

If you were ever signed to a professional contract or on the cusp, and have since stopped playing, we want to talk to you.

If you worked your entire youth to receive a pro contract, and either never received one or cut your career short on your own decision, we want to talk to you.

We are especially looking for those who played abroad in England or Europe. Were you given a trial or even signed under a contract at an English football academy, but no longer play? We want to talk to you.

In addition to being a former player, are you pursuing any other regimented lifestyle not related to sport? For instance, these are some examples of what we're looking for:

- Are you going to a technical college?
- Training to be a firefighter or something similar?
- In acting school?
- Pursuing any sort of performance career?
- Do you live in the desert or some other isolated area?
- Were you injured and can no longer play?
- Have you joined a religious institution?
- Did you give up soccer to pursue some other career or activity?
- Are you pursuing any other new avenues on life and have moved away from playing soccer?

If this is you, please email us at with a little about yourself. Please include your name, contact info and location, and especially a recent photo or two. Must be male, at least 18 years old and appear to be under 35 years old.
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