I am a teenage Venezuelan boy and my main goal nowadays is to be part of Venezuela's National Soccer Team. I know in my heart that with discipline and hard work I will be able to achieve my dream. I consider myself a strong, intelligent soccer player. I pick up new abilities pretty quickly and adapt myself to any on-going circumstance.
I play soccer since I was 4 years old; I have been attending numerous soccer academies in my home-country, Venezuela: “Maristas de San José” (in Maracay, state of Aragua), “Máximo Viloria” (Barqusimeto, Lara state), “Nueva Cádiz” (Cumaná, Sucre state), “Cuidad Vino Tinto” (Lechería, state of Anzoategui), and so forth. Likewise, I had the chance to play Soccer in Sao Paulo, Brazil for “HEAD SOCCER BRAZIL” Academy, playing football at lower levels for Brazil's National Football Team Sub-15 and Sub-17, as well.
The way I see it, soccer is my thing and scoring is the best. That is why I usually play in forward positions - I am a forward who thinks that team work and respect among the players are key to success. Those things make Soccer the best sport in the world. On one hand, I am also very competitive because I like to win and most importantly to succeed in every match. And on the other hand, I always search for excellence in everything that I do. In addition, and beyond what happens in the soccer field, what really defines us is how we behave when outside of it.
I strongly believe that every person has something to offer to society.
Apart from Soccer, my other passion is the medical field. I love Health Science since I think the human body is a very complex machine, perfectly designed for human beings to carry out anything we decide to, not to mention that the human brain is sort of a holy creation. Thanks to its complexity and countless functions, we are able to make our own thoughts, build our personality and character as well as to make decisions that ultimately will let us build our future.