Going out for soccer seems like a great idea to Terry, until he finds out that he's not as good as he thinks. He's used to starring on the football team, but now he's obviously outclassed by the Eagles' new player from Poland, Krystian. Trying to keep his self-respect, Terry only makes matters worse with his hotdog tactics. He knows his moves are hurting the team - but isn't that better than hurting his pride?
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