Wednesday, September 4, 2013

VIEWER REQUEST! U11G U11 Girls Youth Soccer

U11 girls' teams are facing the 11 v. 11 playing field for the first time. This is a time when players develop a true love for the game and the focus is a little more intense, on the field and on the sidelines...

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Anonymous said...

Does anyone know the score of SDFC vs Hamilton 8v8 game yesterday?

Anonymous said...

SDFC won 3-1

Anonymous said...

I came to the site to see if SDFC or Hamilton won the 8V8 State Cup and I see people just acting crazy. Does anyone know the score of the Hamilton-SDFC game?

Anonymous said...

Whatever happened to the trfc fire team? They played in jags last season

Anonymous said...

Fire is now PDA Shore as they bought into but are really the same team just paying more money to be on it with new uniforms. They were eliminated 1st round of State Cup.

Anonymous said...

PDA shore (I think is mostly made of trfc fire they may have dropped a few & picked up a few) lost in pk's in state cup to Middletown. I wonder how those parents feel about their choice to move/merge over to PDA????

Anonymous said...

"PDA Lyon lost? I thought they were unbeatable. I'm surprised we havent heard the PDA talking points about how in a few years they will be better, etc. The parent bashing is usually the 1st step. Enjoy Middletown!"

Lets be real. It was Lyon Blue, not Lyon. I think Lyon beat Middletown 3-0 in a 35 minute 1/2 game scrimmage earlier this season.

Anonymous said...

Lets be real...if not for one particular player, you are just a good team, not a great one..Besides you have the best team money can buy

Anonymous said...

One player does not make a team. I guess this particular player scored all 32 goals in their 4 wins. Oh and she played defense that hasn't allowed a goal yet. I know there is jealousy out there but please keep it real. Good luck to all.

Anonymous said...

You are the one taking shots at other teams, acting all high and mighty. You just can't let other teams enjoy their success. Your team didn't even play the state cup, why are you even on this board starting trouble? I am pretty sure your coach wouldn't appreciate your bad attitude towards other teams and other peoples children. I feel sorry for you, that you need to tear others down to build yourself up..... Classless.

Anonymous said...

Not sure what you are referring to? Please explain.

Anonymous said...

I don't think there is anything wrong with calling out teams with parents who are obnoxious on the sidelines during games.

Anonymous said...

Especially ones whose parents run on the field.

Anonymous said...

I just read some of these posts and have a few observations/opinions

1. One of the post that references a particular player from PDA and the PDA parent knew exactly who it was and got very defensive..I think the post kinda hit close to home.

2. The day PDA beat Middletown in a scrimmage, the PDA parent forgot to mention PDA then lost to the Marlboro Spirit, who then lost to Middletown..Juts want people to have all the facts..

3. I see why PDA parents have the rep they have, well deserved. Very sad for the kids.

Anonymous said...

The same Marlboro team they beat 6-0 in edp?

Anonymous said...

So scrimmages only count when PDA wins? BTW, you brought up the scrimmages. Just sayin

Anonymous said...

Ahh, good old youth sports....it really brings out the best in us parents!

I’m sure most would agree that there are a number of very high caliber teams in the area that have great young athletes and are consistently in the winning brackets of leagues & tournaments - some town teams, but mostly academy. Even though it’s far from official (underscore “far”), I think the current top 10 teams ranked on the Gotsoccer website pretty much covers them (rank order notwithstanding!!).

We are all into sports & competition - that's why you are reading this blog. We see each other regularly while supporting our children throughout the seasons. This bickering certainly doesn’t foster an atmosphere of sportsmanship on the field or sidelines. I love watching my daughter compete as much as the next parent, but some of you need to chill out. Focus on the development of your daughter's skills, comradery of team, and appreciation of the sport.

Team/club rivalries will naturally arise and should be fun & exciting to watch. 10 year old soccer is only a game.

Anonymous said...

PDA Lyon is always looking for a competitive team to play. Contact the team manager and specify the time and place to play. Let the results speak rather than trash talk on a forum. Lyon is a good team that has already lost to good teams. Would be good for their development to lose to more good teams vs playing keep away for half a game. EDP state cup would have been a waste of time for them at 11v11 as they have easily beaten most of these teams already.

Anonymous said...

The PDA Lyon post is interesting. It says don't talk trash and goes on to talk trash. Another option would have been to split your team and play 8v8 this year. Instead you bucked the trend of playing 8v8 at U11 and find a shortage of competition. That's your fault. I don't accept the we would have won if we entered position, regardless of past results. Part of sports is the underdog sometimes wins. My take is SDFC and Middleton are state champs. They entered the tournament and won.

Anonymous said...

For better or worse, PDA Lyon has reached a level of play where very few teams are able to compete with them. I personally think that's impressive. I'm not a PDA parent, but I could easily see why those girls are favored going into their vast majority of matches based on past game results. Should they have split to play 8v8? Play up an age level? Well, I guess that's up to their coaches/trainers to decide what's best for them to grow.

On the other hand, I also find it impressive that a few town-based teams are able to be spoken about in the same sentence as top state academies. Kudos to Middletown, Vorhees, and Marlboro!

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