The soccer gene runs in the Shue family. Andrew Shue, who played for aZimbabwe soccer team for a year in the 1980s, can often be foundkicking a ball around with his three sons, Nathaniel William, 10, andhis 8 and 3-year-olds, with his wife Jennifer. Their time togetherisn’t just limited to the soccer field though.
We play a lot of soccer. We spend time telling stories, and try to get out in the woods, getout in nature, get out of the city and the cement. I try to find timeswhere it’s quiet and it’s not noisy and chaotic. That’s important.