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Soccer has always been popular abroad, but recently, the sport has become a sensation in the U.S. Suddenly, it seems everyone wants in on the new wave of soccer. With pro teams being bought by stars such as Matthew McConaughey, Will Ferrel, and Natalie Portman, to name a few, the sport’s visibility continues to grow, and top players are becoming celebs in their own right.

More and more players are gravitating towards careers as soccer pros, but it can be overwhelming to navigate this multinational sport. Enter AX soccer, the innovative company that guides these elite athletes on their road to becoming PRO players. AX Soccer has a myriad of carefully curated programs designed to meet players where they are. From months-long soccer residencies, college camps to showcases with scouts and coaches, AX is the leader in the industry. In addition, AX is a pioneer when it comes to showcasing its players virtually. AX Soccer utilizes cutting-edge technology on social media and other advertising platforms to garner maximum visibility for their up-and-coming soccer stars. The company has recently teamed up with VEO to create video skill reels shared with coaches, scouts, and other industry professionals. The videos are state of the art, professional quality, and have proven to be a successful tool in creating relationships between players and teams.

The AX team comprises professionals who have worked in every single facet of the professional soccer industry. Players can expect AX to help guide them through the business’s non-athletic side, such as working with agents and providing feedback on PRO contracts. Their comprehensive approach has led to thousands of success stories and allows players to focus on the sport while being educated on all aspects of the business.

“AX Soccer Tours provided me with the opportunity to start my professional career in Europe. I wouldn’t be where I am today without their help.” AX Soccer continues to build relationships with both foreign and domestic PRO teams, scouts, and coaches, making them the leader in the training and placement of tomorrow’s soccer superstars.

So get in the game and visit AX at https://www.axsoccertours.com/ and follow the excitement at

https://www.instagram.com/axsoccertours/

https://www.facebook.com/axsoccertours/

Published by Branded Book

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From television to the internet platform, Jonathan switched his journey in digital media with Bigtime Daily. He served as a journalist for popular news channels and currently contributes his experience for Bigtime Daily by writing about the tech domain.

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The LA Chargers ‘Charged’ to Take the AFC West

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Can the Los Angeles Chargers streal the AFC West away from the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2021-2022 season?

If you remember last season, the LA Chargers handed the Kansas City Chiefs a 38-21 loss on January 3rd.

This was one of just two losses for the recent Champs and back-to-back Super Bowl participants. The other came at the hands of Jon Gruden’s Las Vegas Raiders, the black sheep of the AFC West.

The other game the Chargers played against the Chiefs went right down to the wire as well. In Week 2, the Chargers and their stud of a rookie QB took KC into overtime and lost 23-20.

One thing is for sure, even if the Chargers don’t win the division this year, this is a team that is coming up in a big way.

Odds on the AFC West

The market from top bookmakers at Illinois opened with the betting lines showing the Kansas City Chiefs at -455; the LA Chargers at +525; the LV Raiders at +1400; and the Denver Broncos at +1500.

These lines showed that sportsbooks around the globe thought the Chargers were poised to be the second-best team in the AFC West and significantly more likely to win the division than the Raiders or Broncos.

But even though no announcements have been made, bookmakers believe that Aaron Rodgers will find his way to Mile High in 2021. So much so that the Denver Broncos have jumped the Chargers on the boards at most betting outlets and currently hold that No. 2 spot. The Broncos now have odds as short as +400 to win the west.

But how much will it matter? Even if Aaron Rodgers does move to Denver, the offensive line isn’t great—rated by Pro Fantasy Football at No. 25 in the league—and Rodgers still doesn’t have the most outstanding targets. Sure, the potential is there, and some experts are touting the Denver receiving corps as high as No. 6 in the NFL … but let’s be honest, Cortland Sutton missed most of the season, and we are not sure what the Broncos will be getting back at this point. Then there are two highly touted young receivers in K.J. Hamler and Jerry Jeudy but what we have seen from them is just handfuls of dropped passes—or figurative handfuls, because they can’t keep the ball in their hands.

As far as the O-lines are concerned, the Chargers look much better than Denver. Bryan Bulga is back and healthy and is continually graded at 75.0 or better. On top of Bulga being back to top form, the Chargers grabbed another former Green Bay big-man in Corey Linsley. This snapper was, in many eyes, the top free-agent center on the market.

The Chargers also have some solid back-ups on the line, namely Brenden James. The young guard needs to work on his run-blocking but is a solid pass protector, which is just what Justin Herbert needs when Oday Aboushi takes a breather or goes down with a stinger.

Although the Chargers are far from boasting the best offensive line in the league, they may have the most improved line in the entire NFL.

If the Chargers win the games they need and split wins with the KC Chiefs again; they could take the AFC West. After all, the LA Chargers are tied for the 3rd most manageable schedule in the league when the SOS is based on current season win projections—using the win/loss over/under totals for each team on the schedule instead of last season’s record.

Will they actually win the AFC West? Probably not; the Chiefs are loaded. But hey, you never know. That said, I believe the Chargers are poised for a wild card berth in 2021-2022, and this team will continue to surprise with upset wins over teams that are better on paper.

What are the odds that the Chargers will get nine wins and make a solid run on the division but fall short to a 12-wins Chiefs squad? We will find out.

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