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Unless you have been scouted and know you have a high chance of making it. It's best to keep your day job.
If your really good go for it. If its a dream of yours than why not?
If this is your passion and future then yes, by all means
Obvious answer is depends how good you are and then the stats, the percentage of people who make a living wage or more of soccer has to be miniscule. We are probably talking 0.000001% of talented kids. Unfortunately as someone else says at 17 and you haven't been scouted the odds drastically reduce even more.
The chances of making a life from soccer are very limited.
I quit soccer for my studies. No regrets.
What's with option C? XD no, I'm not doing that
Let's say that you become a pro soccer athlete. If you get seriously injured then that could be the end of your career. High levels of physical activity takes its toll on the body over many years and in many sports 30 is considered the peak of an athlete's physical powers.
So what do you do after that? I'd suggest following through on your education so that you would have something to fall back on afterwards.
Do you need that job? Is it beneficial to you in some way?
Have you been scouted for a decent team or are you just gonna wing it.
Depends if you're being heavily recruited by universities, if not I say keep the job.
Voted C but I say until you're sure that soccer shows LOTS of promise, keep your day job
only if uv been scouted
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