The boy who was only 12 years old when he signed for the U.S. men’s national team is now 19.
The American-born defender, known only as J, was born in England and spent much of his life in a foster home, but after his father’s death he was sent to live with his uncle in New Jersey.
He was a happy boy, and he has joined the US Men’s National Team for the first time.
He has started all five of his matches and played every minute of the group’s first two games.
J was born and raised in England.
He says he was never really able to express himself in English because of the difficulty of learning to read and write.
“I think the English language was a barrier for me growing up, so when I was a kid I wasn’t really able, and I was very much aware of that,” J said.
I was always just so excited to play soccer and to learn to play, but I also knew that when I got to college, I was going to have to learn English and I just wasn’t ready for that.
So I think the barrier was the English.
“J has played in the MLS Cup, MLS Cup Playoffs and MLS Cup.
He’s also been a part of the national team’s training camp and the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
In 2018, the US Soccer Federation granted J a “special immigrant visa” and the player will now be allowed to play for the US in 2018.
“I think I’m ready to go now.””
I want to be able to help the team, I want to help my team win,” J told reporters during the US Open Cup’s semifinal match against FC Dallas.
“I think I’m ready to go now.”