I was 11 years old when my parents got me into a movie called The Big Lebowski.
The movie was about a guy who was really into the football and a lot of the action takes place in the stands.
I thought it was just an old school action flick but it wasn’t.
I loved it.
I remember being in a room with the sound system on and the sound was so loud and I couldn’t hear what was going on outside.
I started to realise the whole world was bigger than me and I was going to be the next big thing.
I was always a big football fan and I got really into football because of The Big Leap.
It’s a good story.
It was also the year I discovered my love of the Premier League.
I’m very proud of my football and what I’ve done for it.
You could say that it was the turning point of my life.
I went on to play for Chelsea for the next two seasons.
After that I was in and out of the Chelsea team for a couple of seasons before I got called up by my hometown club, Arsenal, for the first time in my career.
It wasn’t a great start but it was a good one.
I had my breakthrough season in the Champions League with Manchester United.
In the process I won the Ballon d’Or and the UEFA Player of the Year.
I think it was one of the most rewarding moments of my career and I’m so happy with it.
And it’s a story about me.
It really happened.
I have been in the Premier Leagues for 17 years now and I’ve never had a great season.
I’ve had a good season in Manchester United and that’s the end of my season, but I’m also very disappointed with what has happened in my last six.
When you’re playing at your very best for a team that you love like Arsenal, it’s tough.
I can’t say that I’m feeling sad or disappointed because I still feel very happy at Arsenal.
I’d love to go back to the Premier league and play every game and be at my very best but I have to put in a lot more time.
The Premier League is the most competitive league in the world and there are still players who go out there and do their job and do it well.
I just hope that I can get another opportunity to show that to the fans and the media.
I hope to return to the top league next season.
What are your thoughts on football?
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