LEBELSTRAD – Born in Rosendal and raised in Lல்belstrராt, 19-year-old Jade Massing has returned from the United States where she signed her contract with Brad College in Kansas. To mark how special that compliment was, I should definitely mention that 7 schools showed interest in her.
Jade slowly but surely got used to the idea of leaving for the United States in July for 4 years. He is constantly expanding his sporting career. Because his interest in extraordinary acting already makes him a sportswoman, he can function even more.
“From the moment I could walk, I went to the gym with my dad. I learned the technique of kickboxing there, working out in fitness and technique through sport ”, Jade expresses his sporting attitude. “You develop many skills in kickboxing. As mentioned, you work on technique and fitness, but you also learn to absorb and drop without fear. I was not allowed to enter the ring at the age of 12 because of my age, so I started focusing on other sports. ” He was introduced to tennis, the fitness program Zumba, hockey and street dancing. “I was still looking. I noticed while playing hockey that I would kick a ball rather than hit it with a stick.”
“I started with Whiteball Veronic Steinberg. I played with the boys there at first, but the first girls team came in very quickly. I was the last player, thanks to my tall structure, told me to come and play. Because I wanted to grow as a good player, I played in 7 different clubs where I was able to grow well. SV from Sindh Mortenstig. Smerteek had the best women’s team, and as the 1st goalkeeper of the 1st team I was able to start there. I was 15 at the time, and I talked to a neighbor, Corina Luix, with whom I played a lot on Labelstrot. ” Jade ended up with the field team in Steinbergen and the Bristol Indoor Football Club in Roosevelt.
When we ask who Jade is her biggest fan, she does not hesitate. “It was my grandfather. He only missed 2 matches until I played football. He always makes videos with my mom and they are posted on Instagram. But Jade and the Bristol team put it down. ” Coach Hans Lawn emphasizes the whole situation: “Jade is now very special to be approached by schools in the United States. She thought about quitting a while ago because she no longer enjoys playing field football. Then he was now approached for a scholarship. How special is it? “Lavan wants to share the vision of Jade’s new coach Ashley Burnett, who he hopes will definitely play at an even higher level in the United States.
With that in mind, Jade Massing will leave for the United States in July, where she will complete her studies in 4 years and play football on the field and in the hall at Brad College Kansas. “I chose that school because it was not big. Because I know I can do my best in a friendly, attractive environment. ” Coach Hans Lavan concludes subtly: “Jade has become very good in the room. This is mainly due to her intelligence about the game, fast ball handling, training and learning to play football in small spaces and reflexes. We are going to see and hear a lot from her ”.