The sport of soccer is growing in Mexico, but with it comes a lot of competition.
With the 2018 World Cup coming up, we asked fans and coaches from across the country what it takes to play soccer in the country.
The best and worst ways to spend your money, in a sport that has become so lucrative, are in order.
Here are the most popular answers we received from fans and players alike.1.
Paying players is the way to goThe most popular answer was from Guadalajara-born goalkeeper Guadalupe Garcia.
“It is a no-brainer.
The best way to spend money is in a game.
It is an honor to play for Mexico, and I have nothing but the utmost respect for my coach and the players.
The only reason we are in the World Cup is to give our best.”2.
Play for your fans in the standsGuadalupe said that there are many reasons why a Mexican player chooses to play, including money, fame, and a sense of belonging to the team.
“For some players, it’s a way to prove that they are the best.
They want to prove themselves.
For others, it is a way of proving to their fans that they deserve to be on the field.
For me, it comes down to personal reasons.”3.
You can’t play for everyoneYou can’t be a prodigy or an average player if you don’t have fans who are going to give you their best.
“You can only be a good player if everyone knows you are the player that will win a World Cup.
For some players this means that they have to go to a foreign country to play.
But for others, like me, I have been playing in Mexico for so long that I don’t need to go abroad.”4.
Playing for the right reasons”I have never been to Mexico.
But there are a lot more people than ever before.
It’s the greatest country on Earth, and you can go there and do anything,” said Luis Guzman.
“If I have a game plan in my head, I can easily find a good team.
I know exactly what I need to do, and they can be there to support me.”5.
Don’t let the World Cups be your only motivationThe World Cup means so much to the Mexican soccer community.
“To play for the national team is something I love to do,” Guadalahuas goalkeeper said.
“I want to be a part of it and to show Mexico the pride it has in its soccer culture.
It also means a lot for the players and the fans to have that support.”6.
You have to have the right kind of mentalityThe national team plays a game that is all about team play.
“The World Cups are the ultimate test for the team, and the most important part of the team is the coach.
You want to play the game to win, not to just win the World Championship,” said Guadaluanas keeper.
“So, if the players want to perform at a high level, they have no other choice but to focus on their team.
But when it comes to the fans, they can go elsewhere and play for a lower salary.
This is why we always make sure to make sure that our players are playing for the love of the game, and to the people who support them.”7.
Pay attention to the quality of the playersThe national teams are constantly searching for the best players, and with the World Championships coming up it is not uncommon to find players with a higher pedigree than the others.
“Everyone has the potential to play in the best leagues, and if you have the mentality that you want to do that, you can always find the right player.
You don’t necessarily need to play at the top level, but if you’re motivated and can keep on going, you will get to the next level,” said El Tri goalkeeper.
“At the same time, you also need to keep your eyes on the World Ranking and the rankings that you see in the media, which is something we are all trying to do.”8.
You need to stay fitThere is no such thing as too much soccer, especially in the wintertime when the temperatures drop.
“As a goalkeeper, I always play in cold temperatures, and for me it’s important to stay warm,” said Mexican goalkeeper Guzman, who works as an interpreter for the Mexican national team.
There are plenty of reasons why you can’t stay in the shade for too long, including the weather.
“When I am playing in the cold, I am always trying to get my legs moving,” he said.
“But I also need a lot sleep, and my body needs time to recover from the heat,” said Colombian goalkeeper Guido.
“And then it’s time to go back to the field.”9.
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