Everton Soares has been a football enthusiast since he was a child growing up in the modest town of Everton. It was here that he learned to love the game of soccer and eventually followed his father who was a goalkeeper for the Everton football club. The younger Soares would even try playing for his dad’s team on the odd occasion but he soon decided that he wanted to be a professional athlete like his father. He joined the local Everton team aged nine and impressed the coaching staff so much that he was given a scholarship the following year as a result.
It was not long before Everton Soares made his debut for the Everton first team as a right wing back. This move seemed to gain Soares a lot of confidence and as a result started to play in defense quite often which paid off as Everton went on to win the FA Cup at Goodison Park in 2004. The rest of the season proved to be a successful one for the To Everton side as they won another cup and then went on to become title winners.
|Full Name||Everton Soares|
|Date of Birth||March 22, 1996|
|Place of Birth||Ceara, Brazil|
Soares continued to play well and although injuries limited him to just 18 games the experienced right wing back quickly realized that he was missing something in his game. His lack of speed meant that he was often caught out by defenders which allowed other players to score goals easily and therefore it was necessary that he began to work on improving this area of his game. Many professional coaches would suggest that a player needs to improve their speed in order to be successful in today’s game, something that is clearly evident in the Everton team.
After being dropped by Chelsea in 2004, Everton Soares moved permanently to Merseyside. He struggled in the new city but began to show his ability and began to attract interest from other sides. He joined Watford in the summer of 2007 and was a key part of their title-winning season and this was enough to convince many that he had a bright future. He impressed at Watford and impressed once more in the Premier League with West Bromwich last season. Once again he impressed on his own debut for Everton against Wrexham and impressed once again when selected for England’s World Cup squad.
Everton Soares is yet to live up to all the hype surrounding him, but he has certainly provided an excellent career so far. Already breaking into the England side at right wing-back, Soares has proven to be a good member of the team. Having started only three league games this season, it would be a surprise if he didn’t start against Watford tomorrow. Given the right training by his manager, I believe that he has a real chance of performing brilliantly and getting the best out of himself.
Everton Soares has a chance to prove to fans and the managers at the club that he can be trusted. Given the attacking responsibilities that he is now expected to fulfill, it is no wonder that many are already talking about an immediate transfer. The time is now to get the best out of Everton Soares. It has been proven time and again that if you give a player time and opportunity, he will repay you with plenty of great football.