Coming from a Chinese-American background, my father Wai Eng is from Hong Kong and my mother Donna Eng is from South Carolina, I am accustomed to living with different cultures. Following the birth of my older brother Tyler Eng in Redondo Beach, California, my parents moved the family to Las Vegas, Nevada. I [...]Continue Reading →
Grande Sports Academy Soccer News – Real Salt Lake – Arizona soccer academy’s adventure began with leaving 82 degree weather and bright sunshine on a comfortable motor coach ride to the cold and rain of Southern California. This weekends weather was a determining factor over the two days of soccer matches and had to be [...]Continue Reading →
I was born in Guinea Bissau, West Africa in a town called Bunkulen. I moved to the United States in 2004 when I was ten to get away from the residual violence from the Civil War. When the war started in 1998 I was four, and my family and I moved several of [...]Continue Reading →
Grande Sports Academy’s soccer team place six Real Salt Lake – Arizona players into TopDrawerSoccer.com’s 2013 National Top 100 Boys. Two players were also named in the 2012 National Top 100 Boys.
RSL-AZ led the 2013 National Top 100 Boys soccer rankings with six players, followed by the LA Galaxy with five [...]Continue Reading →
I am lucky to come from the family I come from because they have provided me with opportunities to develop the tools necessary to become a successful person. I am not like many other children who scarcely see their parents; my mother is a stay at home mom because my father has a [...]Continue Reading →
I was born in Juarez, Mexico, and seventeen years later, I never thought that I would be in the place I am right now. Playing soccer and continuing my education at a US Soccer Development Academy, Real Salt Lake – Arizona. The day after I was born, we had to rush out of [...]Continue Reading →