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Five Questions: Agustin Cazarez and Jeremy Hall

By Republic FC Staff, 07/11/17, 11:45AM PDT


Get to know Augie and Jeremy

We caught up with midfielders Agustin Cazarez and Jeremy Hall after training to ask the (not so) hard-hitting questions. From dream car, to ideal vacay spots, to what's for dinner, Augie and Jeremy delivered some great answers. 

Read the full Q&As below. 

Agustin Cazarez

Favorite place to vacation?

I think it would be Mexico. I’ve been to Cancun and I’ve seen the Mayan pyramids and it was really cool. I’d like to go back again and experience it as an adult because I went when I was a kid and I think it would be a little bit more fun now.

If you could sit down and have a meal with anyone (famous, historical, etc.), who would it be and why?

It would definitely have to be a soccer player. Probably Iniesta or Xavi because I’ve looked up to them a lot and admired their style of play. I’d want to talk to them and ask them a million questions about the sport and different things that made them so good and try to learn from them.

What is your dream car?

I like Audis a lot. My dream car would probably be an R8. I think those are pretty cool cars.

Favorite player in the world and why?

Well when I was younger I always liked Cuauhtémoc Blanco. He was amazing and he was probably one of my favorite Mexican players. My all-time favorite player would be Ronaldinho.

Favorite sport outside of soccer and why?

Basketball just because when I was growing up my uncle was a Lakers fan and the Lakers are my favorite team. My uncle had season tickets and he took me a couple of times and I’ve been a fan ever since. 

Jeremy Hall

What is your spirit animal?

An elephant. Growing up my grandmother collected elephants and it has always just kind of been my favorite animal.

Favorite meal to cook?

Breakfast. Like eggs and bacon, or a breakfast scramble. Breakfast is my favorite meal so sometimes I’ll have that for dinner too.

If you could live anywhere in the world where would you live and why?

When I went to Spain, I probably had one of the best times in Madrid. Just the whole lifestyle, culture, food, nightlife, the history, everything was just amazing. I’d love to live in Spain for a year or two.

If you weren’t playing soccer, what field you like to be in and why? 

Probably education. I’d like to work with older elementary school kids or middle schoolers. I like teaching and being around kids.

Favorite soccer team in the world and why?

Barcelona because of their fundamentals and their style of play. I grew up the same way with the coaches I had back home in Tampa and they’re just fun to watch. It’s exciting and they play for each other and they’re an amazing club.