Glad I could help man. Just relax during the try-outs and everything will be fine. Also, these are some useful tips to become better in football: -Use a smaller ball to practice dribbling and stuff. This will improve your touch, because a smaller ball needs more touches in order to stay under control. -Kick a ball against a wall and as it bounces back, try to kick it again with only using ONE touch. This will improve reflexes and will allow you to pass the ball much more quicker. -This is something you'll be doing in training alot, but it's nice training to do at home: Set up a field of cones and try to dribble through the cones as fast as you can. -Practice in juggling. It helps improving your touch and your ball handling skills. These are some useful tips I use at trainings or just for fun.