Wednesday, October 2, 2013

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Anonymous said...

MF is not combined ECNL and NPL roster. There are 30 rostered to each of them. If you are not paying, why do you care.
Stallions are definitely risking injury from overworking their players. If your daughter isn't at risk, why do you care?
People need to admit they criticize these teams and programs out of jealousy. Your team didn't get selected for the National League - boo hoo! Move on and worry about your own team and schedule.
Your daughter isn't a starter on an elite and exclusionary team. Boo hoo! Move on and realize she's not ready - worry about how your game day roster gets filled and trained.

Anonymous said...

10:57am - Americans won State Cup, did well in Premier League and played in Regionals, but did not earn an automatic berth to National League. The speculation is that Stallions used Americans resume (because 10 of those players are there) to beef up their National League application and gain acceptance.

Anonymous said...

Trust me no jealousy here. I was actually considering moving my daughter to one of the ECNL teams next year where she would no doubt make the team and fare pretty well. I had NO IDEA they would roster this Ammount of players. If this roster size is the wave of the future we will stay put.

Anonymous said...

Ok so good for the Stallions and good luck trying to gel quick enough to compete. Hope they do and so should you - unless of course you are just mad your team wasn't selected. Most likely they wouldn't have been regardless of the Stallions.

Second. So good for you that you decided not to go ECNL. Now that you sold yourself a good reason - I mean the real reason - she isn't on an ECNL team we should all be grateful you are protecting us as well. Be real.

Anonymous said...

If your daughter is good enough roster size should not be an issue.

Anonymous said...

1:46 roster size is a huge issue for most of us no matter the level of talent. How bout putting down the academy Pom poms for a spell and give us the speech they gave you to sell this crap? Oh wait. They DIDNT tell you, did they. Right. Got it.

Anonymous said...

Everyone should get a participation trophy and equal playing time.

Reality is going to smack many kids and parents in the near future. If your kid is good they will play no matter the roster size.

Anonymous said...

Missing the whole point 2:03 . Like talking to a wall .

Anonymous said...

Training against inferior players doesn't make you better so tell us how these are 30 top players.

Anonymous said...

You should all watch the movie Bad Parents. Perfect.

Anonymous said...

Everyone should focus on their own daughter. Who cares what other teams are doing.

Anonymous said...

Famous last words: “If your daughter is good enough roster size should not be an issue.”

As you daughter is only playing 20% every other 2-3 ECNL games

Core 8 play 90% time, 9-15 60%, 16-21 rotate for the balance; 22-30 pipe dream of playing

16-30 will play on the non-ECNL team, but will pay to support the main ECNL. If you are 1-15 maybe its worth it?,
if not 1-15 why waste your time/money other 2nd team (which the club does not about) as there are much more competitive teams out there. Good luck

Anonymous said...

Exactly.
Like I said - people need to admit there is a reason they obsess about other teams and then move on.
Self awareness leads to growth. Worry about what you can control - the situation immediately around your daughter. Accept it or find something else, but stop critiquing or criticizing others in the meantime. It's unhealthy and rooted in some ugliness you need to acknowledge.

Anonymous said...

Maybe some do obsess.. Not my game. I like the competition the ECNl has. Wanted to bring my daughter there next . She's very good. Roster size of 30 tells me everything I need to know about the operation. Not about the girls at all. Youth soccer on the girls side has become very disheartening,

Anonymous said...

Why do people speak without knowledge. It is obvious nobody understands what the whole ECNL model is about. Yes, many clubs and so called academies exploit stupid parents and even some NPL teams are going too far with rosters, but research before you say stupid things.
ECNL is the first realistic attempt to create academies on the girls side - there are none for those that think they exist by the way.
The fact that the league has survived and seems to be getting stronger has attracted the interest of potential sponsors and perhaps some (and eventually most) costs can be offset in the future to make it more universally accessible.
The boys academies run up to 36 on their rosters and are a proven system. If you had a son and he was offered an academy slot, would you say "no thanks - there's too many kids there"? If so, you are clueless.
Stop criticizing or get on board for the future of the game for our granddaughters if not our daughters. The current system is broken on the girls side.
Some scammers and greedy charlatans fool a lot of people, but ECNL is here to stay and large rosters are the proven model - like it or not.
For the record, my daughter is not on an ECNL club because we cannot commit to the travel. Not even sure she's good enough anyway, but I recognize that's the path for those that want the highest exposure and most opportunities - look at the number of ECNL grads on the national squads and watch as it soon becomes just about every player on those teams and the majority of women's league teams.

Anonymous said...

There is one HUGE difference. The boys system is FREE. Who wouldn't accept an offer for free everything. The girls is pay to play and is exclusionary. You want academies like the boys do? Offer it for free ....spare me the corporate sponsorship for the girls ..the womens leagues are barely afloat. It's all about money ...and they are using delusional parents to line thier pockets.

Anonymous said...

Just looked at red bulls academy. A true academy for the boys. Not one team over 21. Most 18-19

Anonymous said...


THIS!!!! YES!! someone gets it!

I I was responding to the previous poster's point that in Spain they have a Pyramid, but the Pyramid is based on merit. And what I said is that if they do not continue to develop players and do not play well at the top of the Pyramid, then the Spanish Club will not remain at the top of the pyramid very long. I made no judgement as to whether we develop kids at the top of the pyramid in the US. My point with the US model is that we are diminishing our player pool very early. It is so easy, for people to say well it is open tryouts and anyone can go to an ECNL tryout, true but there are more than 50 highly skilled players in NJ as an example and the avenues for the group after 50 are getting reduced. Say for example Freehold develops a Nationally Competitive team by U-13 and PDA has a U-13 team that is moving into the ECNl. The answer I'm hearing on this blog is break-up a team that is nationally competitive so the kids can tryout for ECNL where few spots are probably available so that they can play for an ECNL team. Is that really what we want out of soccer. A team that emerges as highly competitive should have avenues and rather than opening up those avenues, we are closing them down. On the other hand if the U-14 team at PDA goes 0-14 and are not competitive they still remain at the elite level with little consequence.

Anonymous said...

4:32 I agree with you 100%

4:39 Why is that? The Boys side is USSF backed, the ECNL is no there yet. SO in other words are you saying the USSF only cares about the Boys and is using the Girls to offset those fees? The ECNL has been around 5 years and is attempting to right a wrong on the girls side. So if your kid went to ODP tryouts and she was offered a roster spot (1 of 24) you would turn it down?

5:01 so what better for those 50+ girls in NJ to go down another avenue or to work harder and take a spot from one the first 50? We should have one league for the elite - prodigy kids to develop our NTs. Everything else can be what ever avenue for kids to get into schools.

The DA develops players for the Boys MNT
ECNL wants to develop girls for the WNT.

No one cares if Freehold plays for a national title except for the coach those kids and family members who accomplish that great title. But if one of those players have a shot at playing for the NT - I think they are missing the boat by not moving over to ECNL.

Just my 2 cents and I obviously don't get it.

Anonymous said...

Red Bulls- free including travel, yes sign my kid up!

NJSA04/CedarStars or PDA or MF- pay $3-4K + travel (total apprx $5-8K/yr), 30 kids, if he was 1-11 maybe, otherwise not.

Anonymous said...

The point is that 99.9 % of the kids that leave those good teams have absolutely NO SHOT of the national team. That's when the unscrupulous find the weak minded - delusional ....and a shaky marriage is made.

Anonymous said...

United we stand, divided we fall

the sum will not produce greater than the whole, this is the problem with 2 ave.

best need to be with the best & will never be in a pay to play, exclusive system

Do parents in the ECNL really believe that "all" the top players are in this league and that the other leagues do not have any top players? Like 1-3 on SJEB, Brick, Freehold, GFA, COPA, etc. are not better than 4-30 in MF?

Anonymous said...

5:14

"We should have one league for the elite"

A New Jersey Super League, cut regionally -

so that no deserving player need travel more than 40 minutes or so each way for a practice.

All games (20) in New Jersey.

Teams could then enter tournaments as they see fit.

Nice idea. But not the current model.

NPL has cut down the travel this year. I dont know if ECNL can do this - or has.....

I think whet we need to stay away from is "this league is better......", especially seeing that there are just TWO teams in the league from Jersey - and we know not all the top talent opts for that avenue.

Anonymous said...

A lot of nice debate , but really using the boys side
as a "proven" model is also just as laughable. For a country this size, why have so many of the players on MNT been developed outside this country. Proves what ways to go both sides

Anonymous said...

How many Americans have developed enough to play on European teams though?

Anonymous said...

Bottom line is if your daughter has good ability(I think you would know by now) then if she wants to have a chance to play D1 then she needs to play ECNL period. No guarantees but a chance. Anywhere else it becomes much harder.

Anonymous said...

Totally disagree with the above.. Play on a high level team. Play in high level tournaments and most of all, (some teams do this for you -our non ECNL team does) set up a profile and promote,your daughter. Attend the camps of universities she becomes interested in. Contact coaches .d1 is attainable for all talented athletes, given the right circumstances. If you think ECNL waves a magic wand and a Di scholarship becomes available. Sadly mistaken.

Anonymous said...

Let's not forget the most important thing. Grades. If the grades aren't there I don't care how good your daughter is. The options will be much smaller.

Anonymous said...

Good luck at Eclipse this weekend to PDA Madrid and Splash. Go NJ.

Anonymous said...

"How many Americans have developed enough to play on European teams though?"

Most if not all the u14 Girls playing on Top teams that can ball and are dual citizens would have a great chance to make another NT, Most countries don't have that many girls registered to play. Just like the Italians do with Baseball. They always have a team in the Olympics, do they even have a Baseball league in Italy? If a kid was good and they had a chance to play internationally, the USWNT is not the only way to go for some kids.

Just like a Jersey Elite league would fail. When we talk ECNL think DA and think Girls playing for the NT. To me that's who should be playing in that league so we can develop great players for our NT.

"Do parents in the ECNL really believe that "all" the top players are in this league and that the other leagues do not have any top players? Like 1-3 on SJEB, Brick, Freehold, GFA, COPA, etc. are not better than 4-30 in MF?" NO - I don't believe that for a second. But I do believe all the top players in the country should play in one league instead of doing ODP. ECNL should be made up of our ODP players and the our ODP players should play other ODP players every week while they train 2/3 times a week. This is what the ECNL can provide if Parents/Coaches stop trying to compare their kid's team to these clubs. If your kid i a top talent and has ever played in ODP/TIP/PDP/id2 then they should be playing in ECNL. I could care less if the team name is MF or PDA - who cares what the team name is as long as the kids train and play together.

Anonymous said...

simple answer, yes/no?

agree 1 league under the state name (state pride), practice 1/week @ not a money maker; not for profit..

team is selected by state Pro/College D1 team coach/assistant. These coached are not the state team coach who volunteer their time (and have a chance to ID) during tryouts

increase ALL YS card fees by $5-10/player & minimal tryout fee $50 application to pay for it, teams fund raise/corporate sponsorship to cover uniform & trip costs so all players have the opportunity,

states play in regional tourney playing each other 2x (1 game Sat/1 game Sun) at central location throughout the year, winner moves to a national tourney for the national title

similar to world cup, player practice/play with their national team along with their Club team, and yes the may miss a club game which is ok (coaches must accept) as this is for development.

Anonymous said...

no, you will still have the same political issues.

Anonymous said...



Agreed --- There will always be politics involved!

Great discussion for once on this site.

In this country it will always be a play to play model, as we all should know, youth sports is just business in the end.

Anonymous said...



That Match Fit page is wrong --- it still list players that are not on the team.

You all need to calm down, because some of you may have daughters that may look to play for that team over the next several years

What are the predictions for the Spirit tournament later in the month?

Anonymous said...

Predictions are that Match Fit won't be there.

Anonymous said...

Neither will Old Bridge ;)

Anonymous said...

Old Bridge is paying a lot of money to EDP to be in the bottom flight playing low level teams, great idea! My hat team will never take another step forward with that kind of decision making on top of the bad reputation of the coaches.

Anonymous said...

Crush Storm vs Brick tomorrow

Good one to kick off the campaign.....

Anonymous said...

Where do you see that?

Anonymous said...

Where do you see that?

Anonymous said...

"They have a handful of skilled players mixed in with average at best players & no goaltending to speak of so I give them tons if credit competing against the top teams with depth & being always in the game. Now with what sounds like some added better players I'm interested to see what they can do with talent."

You've obviously got no clue as to what you're talking about. Brick is one of the best defensive teams out there including the goalie. They can't score goals. It's that simple. They might possibly fair better with the newly added players.

Anonymous said...

You either have no clue about Brick or your the keepers parent. Played them many times over the years & they do play very good overall team defense from top to in the back but their goal tending had always let them down. At this level you won't score a lot & having to compensate for poor net minding is why their midfield stays back so much. With a better keeper I'm sure Brick would play a more wide open attacking game. Maybe with the new players they can push more players up but the risk always is they give up that 1 or 2 bad goals & it's hard to recover which is why the tie a lot. Good enough to win but afraid to leave it in the hands of their keeper. Our coach talks highly of their coach & team but always says out any shot on goal as that is their weakest part of their team.

Anonymous said...

Getting ready to go to work & haven't been on a while & some good debates about the current state if youth sports & the direction it appears it's going in then I see a random post about Brick @ 2 in the morning answering a random statement made a while back which clearly sounds like the keepers parent. People like that give teams a bad rap & cause people to attack the teams which I'm sure the coaches wouldn't appreciate. We to have played Brick many times over the years & the above is very accurate. I've played most of my life & still do & coached my older children over the years so I feel like I have an idea if what I'm watching & you can tell how afraid the Brick coaches are about their goal tending over the years as not only against us but I have seen them in other games at tournaments & they have given up some of the weakest goals you will see at that level. They don't give up many shots as their midfielders get back & outside backs turn the ball outside & up field pretty well but those 1 or 2 shots they may give up have a very high success rate if going in as their keeper is out if position most times & comes out when there is no need & stays on the line when she should. Why haven't they gotten a keeper coach to help I don't know but I think their offense is fine if they can keep more players up but that would mean relying on the keeper more which doesn't look like they are ready to. There are a lot if very good goaltending in this she group which is surprising compared to other age groups & each team as their own weaknesses just like my youngest team but that is clearly Brick's issue but since everyone is saying they picked up players it will be interesting to see if they open up the attack. Other subjects like MF & roster size have been good back & forth other then the comments attacking saying your kid most not be good enough. My son played for the Red Bulk Academy & he didn't always play but it's easier to take there them somewhere you are paying $3-$6,000 at. Would like to see them have a real girls academy but I don't see it happening with all this money to be made. Everyone have a good day.

Anonymous said...

Everyone has opinions, and they, like most of you are assholes. Again, this site is allowing players to personally be called out. These are 13 year old girls and they do read this forum. If you look back through Bricks recent history (and even further) they have tied most games 1-0, 0-0, etc. How any of you that claim to be knowledgeable about the sport can put blame on one person is amazing. Number of shots are irrelevant. If a team gets 2 shots the whole game and both are quality shots from inside the 18, the goalie is to blame? I played goalie as a child and it's a thankless position. You should all be ashamed. The ball has to get by 10 other girls before it hits the back of the net. Most of your precious ones don't and will never have the athleticism, dedication, talent, and guts to play the position. keep that in mind as you try to criticize.

Anonymous said...

My daughters team has also played them for years, and offense is their main problem. No doubt. They don't lose and tie for any other reason than not shooting and missing wide open nets and chances. Ask their coach. Ask him about the wide open net that was missed at the end of the game against my daughters team that cost them a trip to the finals (last tournament). My 2 cents. Anyone playing this weekend, enjoy the games!

Anonymous said...

Funny how everything works lol " my daughter played them... Ask the coach... Our coach has great respect for their coach..." all this comments are basically one guy that wrote something about Brick and then either the coach or brick parents answer with different messages.
Please let's go back to the interesting comments we had before this stuff. For once we were talking good topics instead of attacking people and teams.

Anonymous said...

Old bridge is at STA tournament Spirit weekend. No fear of not being accepted there. So is match fit.

Anonymous said...

If a striker or midfielder makes a mistake and misses a easy shot on goal no big deal, a defenders miss a tackle, if a goalie makes a mistake and a goal is scored its big deal....

buy in theory they are all equal= A goal differential loss

Kids make oversights, part of development. Be grownups dont call out the players unless its positive. Think of your own kid. Enjoy the game.

Anonymous said...

Sta applies teams list is not posted. You must be on old bridge. If you think your going to San Diego surf cup u better start by going to some real tournaments.

Anonymous said...

Incorrect.

http://www.gotsport.com/events/teamlist.asp?eventid=38634&showall=clean

Anonymous said...

Here's wags accepted list in case you think that's not posted too.

http://www.gotsport.com/events/teamlist.asp?eventid=36311&showall=clea

Just because the website says it's not up, doesn't mean it's not.

Anonymous said...

Crush Storm 1-0 Brick
Brick 2-1 Vernon
Vernon 2-2 Crush Storm

Anonymous said...

Splash 3 wins at eclipse - two very convincing. Going to semis. Madrid 1-1-1 and eliminated.

Anonymous said...

going forth , Crush storm only need to be called Crush with the demise of Force Crush, come on no one blasted that team in a while, I miss those days

Anonymous said...

WAGS is pretty poor in terms of NJ teams :

Marlton JPS
Mercer FC Santos
NJ Stallions
NJ Wildcats
Real Galaxy
Stronghold

I guess all the top teams are saving money and playing EDP Cup. No travel costs and quality games against each other. Seems like a good move to me.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting the sta applied teams list and confirming it is a waste of time.

Anonymous said...

And PDA having a nice tournament into the finals over tophat , who won at the PDA tourney, representing NJ
Well win or lose.

Anonymous said...

TR beat tophat a few months back,no big deal!!!pda should try playing some top teams and see how they do....

Anonymous said...

Splash closes it out with a fifth win and the fourth by at least three goals. Pure dominance.

Anonymous said...

Great job by PDA

Should be a fine year for their mid-range aged clubs.....

Anonymous said...

When I wrote the above well done by PDA, I forgot the following -and now a word from the haters and el stupidos.
To you , TR beat top hat., your a..joke, I ll take your bait troll.
I guess we should be talking about TR, or your team, OH. By the way who won the top flight of that tourney WAGS,where TR beat top hat?
You would never put that piece of info in your post..yeah top hat went on to run the table. Give credit where credit is due,.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of TR, where are they this preseason? They did Stars last year if I recall, but not listed anywhere this season.

Anonymous said...

Splash go 5-0 and you people still bash them. Too funny. I love jealous people.

Anonymous said...

Only 5 quality teams out of 16 at Eclipse this year. The rest were average.

Splash should go play the Spirit top bracket or FC Stars top 2 brackets and see if they go 5-0.

Anonymous said...

Splash have not dominated a NJ team for a very long time. Won most state cup games in spring by 1 goal and lost to SJEB at their own tournament.

Anonymous said...

LOL...like splash would play anywhere,they cant control who they play...OVERATED

Anonymous said...

Splash played only couple games with the top NJ teams this spring. SJEB won against them and this team did not have a strong season this spring at all. The risk to face top NJ teams is the ? credibility if they lose to "weak" teams from smaller & much cheaper clubs.

Anonymous said...

I wonder how Splash would perform in Spirit

Anonymous said...

nobody only the losers on this blog care about a one off game. Win is a win even if it is by a goal, I know it also counts as a win for the losers in those "1"goal" games. You all ,are that good, .. "if only" is what I hear you telling yourself.. the fields, the refs, the development, the money, the coach.. wah wah wah wah!
please what state are you all from, like is there a NJ team that is better, what team in the state based on consistency & record over the last year is better;(I mean after all they beat TR in the state cup who beat top hat LOL ) When another team steps up to the consistency, We'll cheer them too. In the past, SJEB Americans were a close second.. but it is a new seasonal year, teams are gone & rosters have changed. so let's give it time, again on early season form, props to PDA, for representing NJ.
Can't wait to see all you wannabes representing at the next set of tourneys spirit & FC stars, really go NJ, cause it is good for all of us. But please no excuses over the next weeks if you aren't quite where you hoped. Just keep working your kids to be be better. Thank goodness there is a team for the rest of our kids to play on.

Anonymous said...

Yup you guys are so right, PDA Splash is so scared to play NJ teams so they travel to Chicago to beat a couple of number 1s. They would do anything to avoid playing the NJ power house teams. Dudes, wake up this team is about trying to win a ECNL National Title, they will use these events as warmups.

Below is what they did this weekend. GO ahead and say it Impressive.


4-0 NORTH SHORE UNITED U14 GIRLS (WI #N/A)
4-1 NSA THUNDER (IL #4)
1-0 GOL SA GSA 01 ECNL (GA #2)
3-0 TOPHAT SC TH 19 GOLD (GA #1)
4-1 CINCINNATI UNITED PREMIER CUP GOLD (OHs #1)

Anonymous said...

They would win. Does anyone really believe they are better? Play them five times - you might win one because everybody has a bad day, but Splash is way above the rest of NJ. Played them on age and when they played up - they are tremendous. I think breakers a year younger are even better, but Splash is very very good

Anonymous said...

Nobody said Splash was a bad team. However, how can you say they would win if they did not win their own? The disrespect to others is what triggers all of these nonsense discussions.

Anonymous said...

The accurate and well deserved criticism is their actions when they lose. Not shaking hands, turning jerseys inside out, refusing second place trophies. . . Acting like losers instead of winners. No class.

Anonymous said...

TR 3 tophat0 look it up smart guy....WOW #1in GA

Anonymous said...

Splash in last 3 tournaments. 12-0. 35 goals for 6 against. Keep hating.

Anonymous said...

8:16 - you're talking about a group of girls. I hope your kid has better maturity than you.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Coach....

Anonymous said...

837
Not really sure how you pulled off that result but we have played both teams and you really don't belong on the same field with that team. Strange results happen all the time and they obviously shrugged off that game to go on to win the tournament and you guys obviously proved that game was a fluke by the rest of your results.

Anonymous said...

 12-0. 35 goals for 6 against.

Where is the development? Sounds like the team is not being challenged, I would what my kid to be developing and playing against teams/kids who are better, which is the only way to continue to improve. maybe time for the girls to play up or join the same league a sjeb who challenged them?

Anonymous said...

@ PDA I know you have a solid point.
If the rankings are true then ducking NJ teams is not the issue. Envy is. PDA has an established framework made for national recognition. There are teams in NJ that can compete at the national level but its framework is different. Six of one thing, half dozen of another. It could be through tournaments or through league play. The goal is national recognition.

I'm not a big fan of PDA but I hold no grudges. I am underdog fan. There are small clubs giving ECNL/NPL clubs a run for the win in showcase events. Therefore wether you are town, club etc...the goal is top brackets at elite events. Tourney, national league events should provide an avnue for all our girls.

I you stand out, they will find you.

Anonymous said...

**If you

Anonymous said...

think they'll be fine with the ECNL.
Imagine them in a league with SJEB-
playing the likes of real, holmdel, NJ stallions stronghold,brick, FH- would that be a developmental oppourtunity or setback?
Why is SJEB so elite, because it's in their name?
& they beat PDA 1-0 back in early spring.
They had a chance to go to national playoff in a league they signed up for & competed in & won, but gave up the spot.

Anonymous said...

11:01 if you are going to go down that route... Splash automatically qualified for the US Club National Cup by winning the US Club State Cup this Spring.

Winners of all Super Groups U13-U17 qualify and winners of the 6 US Club Regional tournaments qualify.

Splash didn't take their spot. They could have played :

Jacksonville #4 FL
FC Pride #1 IN (Champions) (State Champions Indiana)
St Louis Scott Gallagher ECNL #2 IL
FC Leahi #1 HI (State Champions Hawaii)
Virginia Rush ECNL

Remember this before you try and start something about SJEB.

Anonymous said...

You are not getting it...

we all know pda splash is a quality team, I always said win /lose by 1-2 goals you are in the right place for development, if more or less.. move up/down in competition. Believe it or not you learn more from making mistakes, failing and being challenged. Basically your paying for wins not development. If you believe in the league if your kid was on one of the teams in the bottom of the standings would you move her?

Anonymous said...

1156
You can't judge quality of competition by scores. Just because they happened to get some good results doesn't mean they are in the wrong place. They played three of the best teams in this half of the country and had great success. It doesn't mean the games weren't highly competitive.

Anonymous said...

Post 11:56, you are not getting it. You argue PDA ducks top competition, like Jeff Cup and WAGS BUT they win the NJ Spring State Cup, AGAIN, then run the table at Eclipse and beat Tophat (won WAGS and PDA Spring Kickoff), GSA (won Jeff Cup) and CUP Gold (Jeff Cup semi-finalist). Sorry they beat top teams in the country by more than 1 or two goals but last time I checked good teams take advantage and put teams away when they have a chance. Since you are the expert on good competition, please tell PDA where they should play to better challenge themselves.

Anonymous said...

8:53 a tournament in earl August cannot be considered full-strength. Many teams will have players away on vacation before the real fall season starts.

PDA should do tournament IN-SEASON and see how they fare if they want to prove us all wrong.

Anonymous said...

But Jeff cup the 2nd week in March after long winter is in-season, got it. Your jealousy is not becoming. Just congratulate a good team on a great result and focus on your daughter's team.

Anonymous said...

Seriously, why do you care so much what PDA does? They win so good for them. If your daughters team wins, good for her team too. Move on already. Good job PDA and good luck to the rest (except when we play you) at Spirit.

Anonymous said...

LOL -8:58.

I got a good chuckle out of that one.

When ever the season starts for these ECNL teams- which in Chicago, there were many, everyone reports for duty. There is no wait a minute, I'm on vacation that week.

If you don't show up,- don't come come back. unless of course it was cleared with coach long before.

LOL 8 :58 that was a good one!


Anonymous said...

9:02 Jeff Cup is 2 weeks after Manhattan... which Splash were actually going to play if it wasn't cancelled.

So yes, Jeff Cup is in season and is one of the best girls tournaments in the country. Splash NEVER go there. Why?

Anonymous said...

What do you mean? Don't tell me ECNL doesn't give out participation trophies either!
Heck, even the NPL squads demand soccer as the top priority - or at least the successful ones do. Basketball, softball, and lacrosse commitments aren't allowed to interfere much less personal time.

Anonymous said...

Can't play in every tournament. Remember they are 13 and 14 year olds. I want my daughter to continue to love the game, not get worn out by 15.

The excuses are classic, PDA does not win, its because they are over-rated, they do win its because the tournament is bad or they did not win by enough or oh, they win by too much and should play better tournaments. I have a hard time keeping up but I am sure you will come up with another classic to explain their next victory. Be happy that you can say that your daughter's team played well/beat a very good team in Splash that does well on the national stage. That actually makes your daughter's teams perfomance all the more impressive. I wish all of the girls luck, you parent's, not so much.

Anonymous said...

Nobody ever answered the question a few weeks back if SJEB U14 ever scrimmages their U15 team, and if so, how they do against them.

Splash beat their older team earlier this summer. You know, when they were ducking their own age group! hahaha!!

Anonymous said...

The top teams at Spirit are already on Splash's ECNL fall schedule.

In pre-ECNL, they tied one and beat the rest last season.

Why do they need to play them all again at Spirit?

Anonymous said...

How have the NJ teams done at Jeff Cup, Spirit, Delco?

For the most part, they all stink it up, year after year!

Two of your best teams don't even exist anymore-Americans and Force, and STA is a shell of their former team.

You should be thankful you have a team like Splash to represent NJ. So come on, give 'em the love they deserve.

Anonymous said...

It's jealousy wether they admit it or not. There is no other reason to criticize a teams success. Why not say congratulations? I say it and cringe if I see them on the schedule knowing how difficult a task it is to play them. They are very talented and deserve congratulations for all their success. They just need to learn how to lose gracefully when the rare loss or tie occurs.

Anonymous said...

10:15 - Are you saying Splash beat the Gunners this year? I find that very hard to believe. Maybe they beat the older B or C team.

Anonymous said...

10:43 No, Splash beat the older SJEB team this summer (U14 at the time that are now U15).

Anonymous said...

No love on this blog, everyone knows that.

Only reason to post at all is if you are trying to stir up trouble.

Anonymous said...



Are you all nuts. PDA is the top team in NJ. No if ands or buts about it.

So they go out to Chicago and dominate some of the best teams in the country. Why would anyone say anything but positive things about those results? I don't believe that anyone with any sense would show anything but appreciation for the team and how they represented the NJ area.

At the end of the day, they have the players and talent. Whether they have developed them or not.

also, not saying that other teams in NJ can't compete with them, there is so much talent at this age group, it is great to see. So sit back and enjoy the upcoming season!

For the rest of you let the bullshit begin, can't wait to read your comments, rants, outrageous comments.

Anyone have any predictions for upcoming tournaments, Spirit, Stars of Mass, STA?

Good luck to all the players, I hope they stay healthy and have positive seasons!

Anonymous said...

How much does PDA pay you to sit on here and read and comment on this crap?

Anonymous said...

to 10:15 Yes the U14 SJEB girls have beaten the U15 team in practice games and in futsal leagues. The 15's have also won games against the U14's. I don't think it matters at all as you cant use how you play against someone else to guess the outcome against a different team.

This age group is loaded with great players playing on different teams in multiple leagues that it would be next to impossible to agree on a #1 team. (A fact this blog has proven already) What you can say is that based on the past and current records the PDA team would be the "Vegas" favorite to win against the rest of the NJ teams in a head to head match.

Anonymous said...

1138. You still haven't answered the question. Why can you not acknowledge Splash is successful and deserving of congratulations for their weekend performance? What team has displayed as much repeated success? Region champions, state champions . . . Nobody wins as much.

Anonymous said...

Vegas favorite by a lot. I bet if you ask the coaches in the age group who the best team is, they would overwhelmingly name Splash. Parents are delusional if they think otherwise. Splash is best in the State and everybody knows it deep down even if they argue against it. Ask your coach what they think - sure they'd like to play them, but ask what they think their chances are against them.

Anonymous said...

I think 11:50 actually gave a clear and common sense response.

Anonymous said...

No one is saying that PDA is not a great team. Their record speaks for itself.

Anonymous said...

PDA is a great team under a proven framework, however to say they are the best in NJ that is stretching it a bit. We all know the powers that be, PDA org. Has alot of political power and influence about scheduling etc...Favorable schedules provide favorable outcomes. Therefore PDA as an organization is set up for their teams to succeed. Everything is in place for their teams to flourish because the odds are forever in their favor. As noted earlier, to say they are the best in NJ is not hard to believe because the numbers show it but have they played every top ten team in NJ to make that declaration a valid one, no.

Anonymous said...

You are paranoid, insane or both PDA as an organization dominated across the board in ECNL. They might not win every age, but are clearly the class of the field. They gather the best and get them to play together better than any other club. The other nj teams may play them tough occasionally, but they are not as good. There are a lot of contenders for second, but none are as good as Splash. SJEB is strong, but not better than Splash. Most others aren't even as good as them - Brick? Copa? No way. Who else is even given consideration for top flights? Nobody. We have played all four more than a time or two and Splash is way better - like it or not. Your team might be pretty darn good, but if you are not Splash, you are playing for second.

Anonymous said...

Hey 1:09. Get a job and stop worrying about youth soccer. Get your kid trained and maybe one day she can make an ecnl team. She obviously isn't there yet. Wow you have too much time on your hands now go make dinner and do the wash.

Anonymous said...

Yes definitely would choose to make dinner because their mentality would consider five star restaurants overrated or just politically connected. "They only serve the best food 98% of the time so I make better dinners"

Anonymous said...

Just a point of clarity...the tuition cost at PDA is NOT significantly higher than a C-level club team and pales in comparison to the cost of MF and other similar clubs who roster 30 kids. PDA rosters less than 20 - so it's not really about the money. It's about developing talent and winning national championships, something no other NJ team will ever know anything about.

Splash played very tough, top competition at Eclipse and they won big. They were undefeated in pre-ECNL play this Spring and you can expect that to continue. The depth of talent on the team is unmatched. Don't hate - congratulate!

Anonymous said...

Here we go again with the whole PDA rules NJ argument. Again, you cannot fairly compare PDA to 95% of the other teams mentioned. They ARE a regional all-star team. You can argue all you want, it is what it is. That being said, they should NEVER lose to the SJEBs, Bricks, IGFAs, etc, etc. And have they? YES, they have! For what parents pay, and for what the expectations are (at this age group anyway) they are NOT all they're cracked up to be, and can be beat on any given day by the above teams and more. That's just the way it is.

Anonymous said...


Any team can be beat on any given day. Especially amongst the teams in this age group.

How about some predictions:

spirit:

Championship:
SJEB/FC Virginia/Delco/Premier

Virginia or Premier win final.

Elite:
Rush/LVU/Real/Studdert

Rush or Stoddert win Final

Platinum

Carlisle/HFC/Hulmeville/ISA

ISA wins Final

Vernon/CASA/Souderton/Wall

Vernon or Wall win Final





Anonymous said...

1:09

Tell me the teams that might have a claim to New Jersey's top spot at U14

Thanks

Anonymous said...

"Any team can be beat on any given day. Especially amongst the teams in this age group."

That's 110% right. ANY, whether they pay a fortune, OR are still a top 5 team and pay next to nothing. I'll go with the latter.

Anonymous said...

I think SJEB bear Splash in the spring.

Anonymous said...

359. Good for you. Just hope the given days don't put you up against Splash because most given days they will beat you - and probably by at least two or three because they know how to put a game away rather than leaving a team in it.

Anonymous said...

Put teams away..L0L...like njx,TR,and sta all by 1lucky goal

Anonymous said...

Bench players need to start once in a while.

Anonymous said...

There it is, you people never let us down. Additional reasons for Splash success:
1) Scheduling (really, this is what you are leading with?)
2) Lucky goals (a lot of lucky goals to win every state cup they entered but 1)
3) Only win games by 1 goal (like saying you only won the super bowl by 1 pt, who remembers the loser?)
Keep them coming, I know you have more in you.

Anonymous said...

As I said before, just ask your coach.

Anonymous said...



Who cares about PDA, now at this point your daughter will not get to play against that team, unless she plays on another ECNL team in the same age group, or she plays for one of the other PDA teams for the age group. So why don't we take the discussion away from ECNL. There are only about 50 - 60 players in this age group from NJ playing on these teams. Personally would rather focus on the other 99% of teams.

Good Luck to PDA Splash, and I hope you represent NJ well in ECNL and national tournaments

Anonymous said...

Didnt NJ Stallions just win a national title?

Anonymous said...

What would ever make you think that? They didn't win anything.

Anonymous said...

I have to admit the three team run over two days against GSA, Tophat, and Cup Crew is VERY impressive and I don't think there is another team in this region that could have pulled that off. Win any one of those games, many teams. All three? I believe only PDA would be capable of that.
Having said that, I agree with 5:56that PDA should only be part of an ecnl blog discussion and not this one. Let's have them to stay with the 1% on another blog and let's keep the talk here about U14 NJ soccer, which is mostly non-ecnl.

Anonymous said...

the only one talking about pda is pda.....nobody cares....

Anonymous said...

How come pda does well in all these tournies but struggles in their own tourny against local teams over the past years?

Anonymous said...

OVERATED

Anonymous said...

stallions win national championship-
that's for another blog
U16G NJ Stallions Dynamites Crowned 2014 NPL National Champions!

Anonymous said...

They do not farewell against NJ at their own tournament because the pressure is insurmountable and NJ teams are gunning for them whenever they play. To be the best you have to beat the best.

Anonymous said...

The reason it is so easy to bash on PDA is the because the arguments in support of them, by the parents drinking their cool aid, are ridiculous. Are they the best team in the state, absolutely, the ECNL TEAMS, but they would probably be equally as successful if coached by most of the coaches who coach the teams that you compare them to. He'll most of the PDA parents could probably coach a team of the 20 best soccer players in the state and have success.

My problem with PDA IS Not their ECNL teams, there is no argument they are the top in their respective age groups. My problem is when they go to 2,3 and sometimes even four teams in an age group and promise the parents and players college exposure and the dream of a scholarship just because they have a PDA blue shirt on. Other than their ECNL teams, the other PDA teams are beaten regularly by town teams and second tier academy teams.

If they stuck to one team in an age group, the psycho parents would stop chasing the dream and leaving these other teams to go to PDA and maybe we would have more competitive teams. they are not a " developmental" academy, everyone knows they are not developing from wiithin, they simply look to take the next best player from another club so why have the other PDA teams. Just ask the older teams how many players from within have moved up to the ECNL teams v players that were taken from other clubs instead.

So when people, at least me, say PDA is a money grab they are referring to the fact that after their ECNL teams you are wasting money going there. If you aren't making the ECNL team stay put and save your time and money.

Anonymous said...

7:16 You make me laugh first you say

"the other PDA teams are beaten regularly by town teams and second tier academy teams"

Which means they are playing at their level.

Then you say

"they are not a " developmental" academy,"

SO if the players are getting beat by town teams what do you want PDA to do with these teams? Turn them into National champions overnight? Didn't know Development happens so quickly.

You also said
"My problem with PDA IS Not their ECNL teams,"
Isn't this where development is accelerated because of the talent on the field. You put good coaches in place to train girls in an environment that attracts girls with dreams of being the best.

In Conclusion, you said
"If you aren't making the ECNL team stay put and save your time and money." Okay that's what you will do. But their 2nd Teams are playing in a NPL league which rewards their champion with a trip to a National Event same as NYCSL NPL and EDL NPL which are A teams for those clubs.

SO besides your obvious hate/envy of PDA are you trying to get players from these B teams to leave and come fill some holes for your team? Looks like it.

Your only problem with your argument is that you take the parents of these kids as fools and insecure. SO let's go on an Anonymous board bad mouth their teams and they will leave - sort of something like "if you build it they will come". SO you try the if you bash them they will leave and they will come"

Not saying that's what you are doing - but that's how it comes across and if I had better writing skills - maybe it would flow a little better.

6:36 I don't buy your argument - there is always pressure for these kids to perform. They are playing for the love and to be the best but don't for one second think that parents aren't making sure they understand what's at stake for them to stick with these teams. There will always players trying to take their spots so imagine being so young playing something you love so much with all that pressure on you - builds some strong character for the kids that stick and for the kids on the B teams they know exactly what they want imagine the pressure they have to improve overnight because people on an anonymous board are saying their parents are wasting their money for them to play where they want to be good job 7:16. As long as these kids want to play for PDA the parents will pay - so stop the Hate and comparing your program to PDA and talk soccer or Not

Anonymous said...

You will soon find out that as the girls get older, teams fold and the remaining teams are not that good. The better players have very little options and that is why PDA becomes one. Understand the landscape better and you wont sound so naive.

Anonymous said...

Teams are already folding (Americans, Force, STA lost their top players and coach), not sure how the remaining teams will shake out.

Splash and SJEB are both in the conversation for top NJ team, everyone else chasing from a distant third.

Anonymous said...

11:16

Its not for "another blog" (NJ Stallions winning Nationals), as a post here stated ONLY PDA wins national titles.

Just setting the record straight

But sorry for the annoyance.

Anonymous said...

Stop the PDA nonsense. It would be a disaster if we start believe that the "only" team is the way to go. Diversity, different styles, commitment, strength of the team, history, style, coach, and many more factors make a team the best team. These factors change from time to time, year to year. You can get consistent results but they don't guarantee a trophy or championship. Therefore, we can't declare any team at this age and without a time frame as THE TEAM.

If you look at the results in this spring, PDA Splash won by only one goal against much smaller clubs and weaker teams. Loosing in their own tournament confirms what has been stated so far. So, good luck PDA, yes, you have great results (now). The same to COPA, and many other teams. Be ready, however, to hit an opponent who will surprise you - of course not by the name but by its play.

Anonymous said...

7:16. As the others have said a lot holes on those concepts.
I can t believe they are promising this or that, they may tease you with a chance to make the top team, and exposure to college coaches ... But please now moving on to U 14, as parents, 4-5 yrs in youth soccer and, if you still don t understand the landscape, the options and the realities of your kids athletic abilities and motivation. Shame on you, don t blame the clubs , coaches, trainers, who you chose to give your money to for your players shortcomings. Pay yor town club dues , let your kid have their fun and if they are good enough you just have to work harder to get her that exposure.
My disclaimer--this not the blog to educate or get educated on the topic.

Anonymous said...

PDA only played 4 nj teams at there age this year 3 2nd their teams and the real #1 team in nj we all know what happen....if they play the top 5 in nj it's anybody's game

Anonymous said...

That's correct.

Anonymous said...

That's not correct.

Anonymous said...

I think youll find that SJEB will be very behind the SPLASH.

SJEB is a good team but this year the gap will be so wide that people will be scratching their heads and say, how did that happen?

Anonymous said...

They likely wont play each other, so it is all just talk.....

SJEC beat....XXX

PDA beat.....XXX

They need to have a few common opponents to make any valid comparison.

Anonymous said...

Spirit is a good tournament to see how several NJ teams do against common opponents with Splash.

That type of comparison is never perfect, but it should tell you something.

Anonymous said...

I guess GS is being used to rank NJ teams?

#1 SJEB '00G NPL = 27,122 GS points from 11 events
#2 Americans = 22,767 GS points from 12 events
#3 PDA SPLASH = 22,751 GS points from 5 events
#4 FC COPA ACADEMY ROMA NPL = 22,238 GS points from 14 events

Imagine PDA Splash played in another 6 events at avg of 4,000 pts per event I bet the GS haters would come out in force even more.

Anonymous said...


Spirit Schedule

http://events.gotsport.com/events/schedule.aspx?EventID=38880&GroupID=358167&Gender=Girls&Age=14

Anonymous said...

Your math is very subjective. PDA Splash got almost 10,000 points from the per-fabricated and completely ridiculous state cup path in which they did not play one top team.

They play their own in which they played SJEB, and what happen?

Don't be ridiculous.

Yes, Splash would probably have more points. On the other hand, they would probably have more loses to real teams.

Anonymous said...

okay enough has been said on Team A is better then B,C,D & E. If we all want our girls to be better players how do we get US Soccer to ensure the coaches and trainers are providing quality training sessions for them. We did not go back to NJ ODP this year because the level of training was very poor. I'm also seeing that the coach to player ratio is 1 to 18 now so the individual skills are not being corrected as the coaches miss the errors or don't have time to correct.

Anonymous said...

1:22 actually

Anonymous said...

4:33

So who are the so-called top teams that they did not play in the state cup?

Brick-lost to TR in their first game
SJEB-lost to Real NJ in first game
IGFA-gifted a forfeit win over Americans, then lose to STA
COPA-lost to PDA South in first round
Freehold-lost to Real NJ

Not Splash's fault these teams could not advance to face them.

Anonymous said...

Pre-fabricated state cup? The only reason splash played what you call weak teams is because sjeb and your other top 5 could not win a game to get to the splash. They were there and played who showed up, and beat them all, that is how you win a state cup, but you would not know anything about that.

Anonymous said...

pre-fabricated path, not state cup.

And yes, just look at who was in the path up to the final...

Anonymous said...

1:36.

History has proven that the SJEB club teams starting at u14 cannot come close to competing with any ecnl PDA team at any age group.

What makes you think that this SJEB won't suffer the same fate.

I'm Listening.

Anonymous said...

Take your bickering to twitter sound like a bunch old hags playing bingo. They are all about even give or take some errors due to development and maybe one or two players in rotation. I have seen all of the above teams play and difference is in the color of the uniform. I bet if they all played without uniforms it will be impossible to tell who plays for who. Altruism at its best. Come on dads stop the bitching and talk about some real soccer subjects. Points don't mount to a hill of beans.

Anonymous said...

What a great "."

Anonymous said...

your right next year splash will look alot differnt the top girls not on ecln will be there next year,my kid will be there for her spot

Anonymous said...

But when our girls take their spot will we still be allowed to bash PDA...I rather her play elsewhere she will still go D1 and I get to bash PDA parents...emphasis not players..I enjoy watching them play can't stand their parents...j-offs

Anonymous said...

I've learned in the last few days that you people have no freaking life. Do something with your life. Stop living thru your daughter.

Anonymous said...

nice article found on other age blog on club/ team selection.Of course there is no mention of cost

http://www.socceramerica.com/article/41382/how-to-navigate-your-childs-path.html

after reading , oh #&*!, girls last coach all the "bad signs"-
What next?



Anonymous said...

another ECNL club coming to NJ real soon

Anonymous said...

which club is going to be ECNL?

Anonymous said...

If that is true then the league will begin its path to failure. Dilute the talent pool and water down the level of play. The grand plan is no longer genuine and becomes just another money grab.
Leave the top of the pyramid alone. Let NPL add maybe two or three more and then establish the next level's basis which would include some town teams that are up to the level of play required.
It would also be good to have npl, state champs and ECNL have some crossover tournament for overall us club title.

Anonymous said...

9:04 tks for the link

Unfortunately it does not apply to the kids of the parents on this blog as they are all future d1 & wnt players as advised by her coach.

Anonymous said...

PA has three ECNL clubs in close proximity, why shouldn't NJ?

There is plenty of talent to make another competitive team.

Anonymous said...

Doesnt matter - the better teams play the ECNL clubs anyway.....

Anonymous said...

Great, competition is always good to challenge competitive environment. Also, many great talents can't get the right environment because there is only a limited spots available for the best team. Another 1-2 ECNL clubs relatively close to each other would open opportunities for many more talented girls. It would also create a healthy pressure on PDA and prevent a groupthink of a stagnation.

Are there any details about the new club? (location, name, etc..)

Anonymous said...

18/21 rostered U20 WNT players from ecnl teams. When looking for top talent it all starts there and everyone else gets to fill in the rosters. Watered down by adding more clubs? Maybe but most people only care about the showcase events and the nationals, not the bottom feeders in each division. If you happen to be with a club that is consistently present at the top level of these events, huge advantage over everyone else.
Match Fit and WC need to play catch up to be relevant. If not, they're just helping fit the bill.

Anonymous said...

ECNL teams have top players. This has never been refuted.

Anonymous said...

PA has 3 ECNL teams within 1 hour driving distance, NJ has 2 up north.
I'm assuming a club from Central or South Jersey will jump into ECNL soon to help geographically align league play with PA and North Jersey.
Only 2 come in mind - NJ Rush & SJEB.

Anonymous said...

Do they have facilities?

Anonymous said...

As long as the teams have adequent time at indoor facilties then they are in good standing order I thought. Penn Fusion, FC Delco, FC Bucks all use 2nd party facilities to my understaning.
SJEB uses a faciltiy further south and NJ Rush uses facilities somewhere centrally.

Anonymous said...

BTW,
yes the Stallions did take the American's rankings....#3 in NJ, what a joke. Last points were for #2 in Region 1 Premier League, funny I thought they couldn't even get out of their own way in the Colonial league. Even if you go to an old American result and click on the team it will being you to the Stallions page.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure all of the teams that are playing good soccer spend money for indoor space.

Anonymous said...

GS says Stallions as State Champions. What a joke!

Anonymous said...

Shows what a joke got soccer is. I could see if the Americans switched clubs the points would follow. But to have some of the team go to a new club and that clubs gets the points is a disgrace. That team doesn't even be long in the top ten.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they are the new ECNL. Already in NPL so accepted as club with teams at all ages and someone pointed out their older girls won the npl title so . . .

Let the outrage ensue.

Anonymous said...

Americans did switch clubs

That is what NJ Stallions does

Took 2 entire Crush teams a couple years back.

Dont you want an accurate assessment? Dont you want to be awarded proper points when you play/beat Stallions?

Anonymous said...

The stallions will get crushed in the beginning till their chemistry takes off. They do have Americans on roster but it will take time to gel. Easy pickings for teams scheduled to play them in the fall. Victory points, points for beating a state champs...lol.let's pass them around so we can all get our rocks off.

Anonymous said...

Stallions lost 12 of their last 17.

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Anonymous said...

Ten girls joined Stallions from Americans. So they get the points because the roster is 51% Americans.
The Stallions were are joke of a team so is the coach. Remember you still have almost have the team that could not win a flight 5 game. So good luck in flight 1 you will need it. And no one will ever call you State Cup Champs till you win one.

Anonymous said...

Thats how it happens

Yeah - americans pretty much became Stallions

I dont know if they will parenthesize it (formerly......)

You would need to ask gotsoccer what rationale they use for the point shift. I'd think 10 players would qualify

Doesnt matter - they have to earn the points back anyway

Anonymous said...

I hear stallions just purchased a big plot of land I Fairfield. Wont be long before they can add facilities to their ECNL application.

Anonymous said...

LOL...Stallions and TSF have been saying they were gonna buy land in Fairfield forever.

Anonymous said...

Stallions use one field in Fairfield
and call it their home field so does TSF. You need millions to build a soccer complex.

Anonymous said...

The Stallions coach SC will not be there long enough to see that happen. This mite be the longest job at a club he has ever had.

Anonymous said...

agreed, once the dynomite graduate HS, all bets are off on where he will end up.

Anonymous said...

Brick and Stallions & crush in second flight at Stars of mass. Match fit & sta in top flight

Anonymous said...

There are 2 top flights at Stars. Stallions, world class and crush are in the top bracket

Anonymous said...

I m a neutral ., on stallions, and don t know the 10 players coming over, don t know why they wouldn't tbe instantly competitive, if it was a good part of starting 11. With good coaching training,why not?
again most of us would hope so, looking for " meaningful" games, unlike this blogs bashers, obsessed with GS rankings and points. have they deprived your team of an opportunity

Anonymous said...

Wow I guess PDA have the Stallions to thank for shifting the bashing focus away from them. Reading through the above posts it is clear there are some folks who have an axe to grind with the Stallions and/or SC. Please remember that your comments are directed towards 13 yr old girls. That comment about "passing them around so we could all get our rocks off." Seriously? How were you possibly allowed to procreate? If gotsoccer gave out points to low life degenerates you would be tops in the nation.

Anonymous said...

Stars

Flights are clear.
#1 Blue
#2 White
#3 Green

Simple though I guess that might sting some.

Anonymous said...

Rocks refers to soccer balls being scored get your mind out of the gutter. Pass the team around refers to bashing just like all other teams get bashed on hear.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, that's what you meant. Idiot.

Anonymous said...

sta the new ecnl club

Anonymous said...

NO its PDA South,PDA runs ECNL

Anonymous said...
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Anonymous said...

Sta has trouble competing in a very weak NY NPL league as a club. They would struggle at multiple age levels in ECNL. U14 team is not what it use to be. Struggled against low to mid level teams after kids left last year.

Anonymous said...

Why is everyone worried about stallions points. They will all be gone before you know it.

Anonymous said...

4:56 Stallions are a NPL team and they finished in last place in their NPL Flight. Why would they be placed in the top flight?

FC Stars is a US Club Soccer Club - I would imagine ECNL and NPL league play a big part when it comes to Flight.

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