My name is Liam and I believe in soccer. I believe in soccer as a way to forget the difficult times. I believe in soccer as a way to remember the good times. I believe in its ability to bring people together and tear people apart. I believe in its ability to be therapeutic or.
Earlier this month, I ran the Slave Route Challenge Half Marathon. This was without a doubt the most beautiful road race I have ever run. The course scenery included stunning views of the city’s three major mountains, the Atlantic Ocean, and a World Cup stadium. The end of this majestic trail was very fitting because.
After a long offseason and much anticipation, the Khayelitsha Primary School Soccer League is back in full force. The 2016 season is officially under way at the CTC Ten Foundation Safe-Hub, and the hopes are high for a solid season and hopefully a few underdog title runs. The Safe-Hub is now the place to be.
I sat down with Kunene this morning for the final interview of my blog series. Kunene is the groundskeeper at the CTC Ten Safe-Hub. Over the course of the year, we’ve had conversations in passing about his life. I decided to end this series with him because I thought it would be a great opportunity.
My high school crew coach only had two rules for my team. I will never forget his paramount rule: “Always remember the big picture.” I was repeatedly amazed how this one rule was able to create such a disciplined, focused, and unified team. We were not perfect, but thinking about the big picture prevented numerous missteps from a.