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Our young footballers should strive to be stronger

Viewed 893 times 2016-1-29 08:58 |Personal category:education|System category:News| young, footballers, stronger, suddenly

From the news we see that Messi suddenly appeared in front of a group of young footballers days a ago, which made them at a loss. I love Messi very much. If I have a chance to see Messi, I'll shake hands with him and take a photo with him. I'll be very proud of it.
         Indeed, those young footballers should be blamed for their impoliteness. When thinking about this matter, we see the shameful things behind our education. It has something to do with our education in our primary school and secondary school. Kids are asked not to behave too open, so they are always nervous to do something when seeing something arising suddenly they don't know what to do. From the video we see that those kids are very shy and not confident  in public, which shows that they are not open enough in public. It seems that they are bounded by something. It is something similar to kids' behaving in class. They are not active to ask questions or are quite passive to answer questions.
         As we know, those kids are the best young footballers selected from all over the country. They are our hope in the future. If our young footballer behave like this, how can we expect our Chinese footballers' performance on the stage in the world to be amazing?

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