International Soccer Star Football Club Announces 2009 Tryouts
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Tryout participants will be selected for independent club soccer team that travels to Europe to give players the chance to sign professional soccer contracts and trials ORANGE COUNTY, Calif., May 28 /PRNewswire/ -- International Soccer Star announced today that it will be holding open soccer tryouts in Orange County, California the weekend of June 20th and 21st, 2009. International Soccer Star tryouts will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m., with check in beginning at 8:00 a.m. Applications and information regarding field location are available on International Soccer Star's website http://www.iSoccerStar.com. Tryouts are open to players ages 16 and above. Similar to MLS combines, players will be evaluated and selected for the International Soccer Star (iSoccerStar) team. The final 22 selected players will train for four weeks starting June 22nd to July 17th in Orange County. The team will then depart for CroatiaJuly 19th through August 2nd, playing 5 games against professional Croatian first division and second division teams. iSoccerStar is an innovative traveling soccer club that plays friendly matches against professional European football/soccer clubs with the sole purpose of providing players a rare opportunity to sign a professional contract or secure a trial. iSoccerStar showcases their talent in a game setting in front of European teams and coaches. iSoccerStar has secured three professional contracts for Samuel Allen, Anthony Ramirez, and Christopher Roselli. During iSoccerStar's first 2008 season, contracts were offered to Matt Tracey, Albert Racca and Maurice Hughes, while trials were offered to Kyle Torriani, Randy Poggio, and Imad Id-deen. "The response from college soccer coaches and the soccer community has been very positive," said Esad Pepic, president of iSoccerStar. "Our first season demonstrated that American players desperately want to play in Europe but the majority of them don't have anyway to showcase themselves... we are here to change that." E.D. United's entertainment division will be filming a soccer documentary called One Shot One Dream. The show will capture all the action and drama as the players pursue their personal career dreams, while also having to depend on each other as a team to reach their final goal. To view footage from the first season, go to http://www.OneShotOneDream.com. Players looking to make professional soccer their career can attend the open tryout weekend and visit http://www.iSoccerStar.com for details and directions. SOURCE E.D. United Esad Pepic of E.D. United, +1-949-610-4353, epepic@EDunited.com
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