He'll be at White Hart Lane by 2017. You mark my words, it's only a matter of time.
I've a mate with a nose, you know.
so it like never happens?Originally posted by Dude
I disagree; I've seen "The Move".
It's like, it's like...
~A sunset on a rainy day
~Snowfall on Christmas Eve
~KNVB successfully pulling off a bicycle kick.
Yes, that good, and nearly impossible around these parts.
NEW YORK (CNN) -- Teenage soccer sensation Freddy Adu turned pro this week, signing a multiyear deal with Major League Soccer's D.C. United -- a contract that likely makes him the league's highest-paid player.
Adu, 14, immigrated to the United States from Ghana in 1997. He is considered to be the most promising young player in the world.
CNN Anchor Bill Hemmer sat with Adu on Thursday to talk about his highly anticipated professional debut.
HEMMER: How does it feel being a pro now?
ADU: The same way it felt two days ago.
HEMMER: No difference?
ADU: No difference.