Wednesday, October 2, 2013

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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

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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.

Anonymous said...

NY NPL isnt weak.

And I like the reworked alignment that has more local play (still having to travel to LI but not CT or Mass)

What NPL was Stallions in?

Anonymous said...

I'm sure Stallions will be fine in that bracket. Worked out pretty good for them at FC Bucks. Oh wait, no it didnt.

Anonymous said...

Both Stallions and STA will not win a game at FC Stars. You heard it here first.

Anonymous said...

I will take that bet.

Anonymous said...

go the NPL website:

http://npleastern.demosphere.com/schedules/2014/66131451.html

Anonymous said...

MF in top bracket at fc stars?how can that be?someone needs to fix that mistake.

Anonymous said...

Ten new girls on Stallions Freedom

Does anyone know if the former NJ Crush players remained?

Anonymous said...

yes 3 b players and one was cut

Anonymous said...

Both Stallions and STA will not win a game at FC Stars. You heard it here first.

I would pay some decent money to know who posted this. It's sad your life is so pathetic you come on a U14 soccer blog and hope young children lose games. I feel sorry for your kids and anyone that has to be in your life. Grow up.

Anonymous said...

Admin has totally lost control of this blog. Clearly a bunch of pathetic d-bags who post on this to cut up 13 yr old girls. This age-group should either be shut down or made non-anonymous or abusive IPs should be tracked and blocked. What would you poor pathetic scum do then to fill your empty void of a life if that where to happen?

Anonymous said...

So your daughter plays there and you are upset that other people dont view your team as you do. No one wished a loss, they predicted it.

Anonymous said...

"yes 3 b players and one was cut"

what would motivate you to say that about these girls? Instead of saying yes, but one is no longer playing, you managed to degrade all 4. You are trash sir/madam. I'm sure your Mia has already verbally committed to UNC. What a joke!!

Anonymous said...

Another clueless response looking to lure someone into more trash talk. Do me a favor people. Next time you bash another team or player call your daughter over and show her what you are about to post. Let's see how quickly her perception of you drops. Im a soccer dad looking for informative information on youth soccer. So sad that I have to go to the other age groups to find this info. Clearly the majority of parents of this age group are spiteful degenerates.

Anonymous said...

"3 B players and one............"

The whole team was B players, arguably....as they were struggling

This had to be an Americans parent, all high and mighty about their new locale.....

Anonymous said...

Truth hurts I suppose.

Anonymous said...

Hey 10:11...nice try at an obvious attempt to cause friction on a new team...no ones buying that. What else you got you mental midget?

Anonymous said...

Hopefully the "yeeeeeeeeeehaaaaaaawwwww" parent from the Americans didn't go to the Stallions. That's the biggest d-bag out there.

Anonymous said...

Ohhh yes he is. But before he was a D-bag, but now he's our D-bag, so lay off. I think its pure genius for him to yell "gooooo blue"...see what he did...he left off the blades part. so smart...I heard the rest of the team are getting nicknames to match their new american teammates...like speedy, maverick, pony, fox...btw, who's bringing orange slices.

Anonymous said...

Leave them alone. Players came from a high level town environment. Most were able to miss practices or winter training for basketball and birthday parties.

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure most academy players came from town teams originally. Torpedoes have been the source of numerous academy teams, Crush has been raiding that coffer for several years. Imagine if Torpedoes was ever smart enough to train all those girls.

Anonymous said...

Stallions will be the next strong entity in the state. Like the Americans but better and stronger. Our coach told us that already after seeing how well the girls worked together . If you are worried, well you should be.

Anonymous said...

Ironic the Stallions are showing as flight 3 at WAGS withe Mercer while Stronhold and Wildcats are second flight and REAL is top flight. Guess they don't believe the hype either.

Anonymous said...

Stallions are 2nd flight @ FC Stars but they shouldn't do well there as that flight is too high for them but then again MF ECNL in top flight & MF NPL in 2nd are jokes too but all those ECNL teams help each other, remember PDA flights? Stallions will not be as good as the Americans were because they were together a long time with a different coach/trainer so don't expect the same level of success & if they don't do well will they keep those Americans players they just picked up? Stay tuned.

Anonymous said...

WAGS must be real weak this year if Real is top & Wildcats made 2nd flight. Teams no longer doing WAGS I guess? Where is everyone going then?

Anonymous said...

WAGS has a lot of top teams going just not NJ too teams for some reason?

Anonymous said...

NJ top teams will be at EDP Cup.

Anonymous said...

7:18 what does your coach know about this age group and how can he compare? He hasn't coached in this age group and has no idea what awaits if and when you start competing against the top teams in NJ.

Anonymous said...

If you really believe that the 7:18 comment was from a Stallions parent then you are naive. Obvious troll impersonating to cause trouble.

Anonymous said...

You're right, let's all stay home in NJ and play all the teams we play during the season in EDP in the EDP Cup. That makes a lot of sense. And we'll still call ourselves the "top teams in NJ". Don't worry, Stallions will be moved to the top flight.

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with EdP cup? It will draw some out of state teams. They have a true south division and several quality clubs from NYE and Conn. Some clubs From PA are potential players. Does a team have to travel out of state to compete? Its not the parsipanny tournament for crying out loud.

Anonymous said...

Nothing is wrong with it, but at the same time, what is wrong with WAGS because some NJ teams aren't going? You people think the soccer universe revolves around NJ teams.

Anonymous said...

Not knocking WAGS - but what do NJ teams have to gain from another event in VA/MD. Most of the Clubs in NJ are NPL. They use events to prepare for their league. How it should be unless they are of age to go to showcase events.

Concentrate on your league and win the title to represent them in a National Event. Use events to prepare where ever they are.

Anonymous said...

I think the point about WAGS was usually there are a lot of top teams from NJ going there & this year they decided not to go for whatever their reasons were. No knocking WAGS as it is an excellent tournament.

Anonymous said...

Good dialogue folks. So about how many games on average should a team play per season? What will be considered overkill?

Anonymous said...

20 games or less. League games and two good tournaments.

Anonymous said...

I'm not seeing wags flights posted yet. Link? Where are you seeing this?

Anonymous said...

Did not find flights for wags but did see accepted teams list. Quality clbs from the region. A little bit from the top, middle and bottom. It will be interesting to see how they flight them. Wish all NJ teams success !!

Anonymous said...

Some teams just any want a change.

Anonymous said...

WAGS http://www.gotsport.com/asp/directors/tournament/vieweventteamscleanb.asp?EventID=36311&Group=Girls_14

May be adjusted some before posted, but probably close

Anonymous said...

8:17 I agree and nothing wrong with a mini-vacation. Hopefully the entire family can join and a family isn't split.

That's my only complaint if I have one Dad goes with Girl to WAGS Mom goes son to local event. So what we did was split a family during a holiday weekend because the coach wanted change.

I don't see anything wrong with this from a soccer perspective but from a family perspective it stinks - lets face it more families have more than one child playing a sport. It is what it is and we all knew that going into this.

Anonymous said...

I kinda like the family splits. Very healthy.

Anonymous said...

Match fit team is very strong now with the new girl coming in. You will see at FC stars tourney, she makes the difference in that team.

Anonymous said...

So says her parents. She wasn't even a factor on an average IGFA team so get over yourself & how did she do playing U-12 for them? Look at that record.

Anonymous said...

She is ball hog. Looks great at practice but cone game time no difference and not a game changer because she doesn't pass the ball or plays a team game. Hopefully she changes her style for the better and plays as teammate. Then she will be great player because its not only about her.

Anonymous said...

Let's not get into calling out specific girls again.
Offer tournament flight predictions or EDP predictions or NPL predictions. Add some thoughts too.

Anonymous said...

Slick is back.. Lol.

Anonymous said...

a k a The savior of Match Fit organization. They'd be nothing without them.

Anonymous said...

Leave her and her family alone. Nice people! She isn't even playing in this age group!

Anonymous said...

She can't be the star her parents think she is in this age group as it's already been proven when she plays in this age group so she should go down to a much weaker age group to try to find success.

Anonymous said...

She is actually playing u15.

Anonymous said...

9:37.

I have two daughters , one in this age group and one in the u13's.

There are u13 players currently playing that are already being I'd for future potential for national team recognition.

You seem jealous of this player for some reason. sounds a bit personal.

Is she that much better than your daughter that you have to attack her with such venom.



Anonymous said...

Makes no sense that player wasn't dominate @ U-12 or U-13 this past year so she'll play up a year? Yeah that makes a lot of sense. Players need to be where they can actually develop which can't see how playing up 2 years helps this players development unless we are talking about a different player them the one from IGFA?

Anonymous said...

She is ok player and that's it. Many other players in the state are better or more important for the team.
There are no girls u13 that are ID's for potential national teams. Too early. But parents can dream. Just do not wake up!

Anonymous said...

11:12.

I guess the real question is why all the hate over one player.?


Did she leave your team?



Anonymous said...

Can anyone from MF confirm if this girls is rostered at our age group or is she plaing up? What is her correct billogical age group? More importantly What grade is she in?

Anonymous said...

11:24 she actually joined my team! She is a goo player but I am kind of tired of this " promotional campaign". She needs to prove a lot before calling her " national potential" at this age. There is no hate, just relax and let's see what happen on the field

Anonymous said...

Let's be realistic. Why would anyone choose to sit out the fall with a U15 team (except maybe a tournament where you could guest anyway) instead of playing a full fall season with a U14 team. It doesn't make sense.

Stop all this stupid banter over a single supposed super star. It's not real talk. When (if) she joins the national team, wish her well. For now, stop already.

Anonymous said...

I think when ppl said she was playing up they meant at this age group, not u15! She is actually u13 and is mostly playing there. She is also rostered for u14 ecnl. She is grade appropriate for u14 (entering 8th grade in September) but because of the age guidelines for soccer she can play u13 or u14, with u14 being "up." Now leave her and her family alone. Just let her play....would you like ppl talking about your daughter?

Anonymous said...

Hey I was agreeing that the talk should stop. I just pointed out that the comment from 946 last night about U15 didn't make sense and people should stop falling for unrealistic bait. We should all cheer for anyone that might make the national team - if you don't, go back to your country instead.

Anonymous said...

Seems to be a lot of sour grapes over this one girl and perhaps a little self promotion.

Parents of previous team(s) can be a bit bitter.

Usually it is attached to jealousy and the perceived advantages a player had on a team or teams. It can also be fueled by the influence of a dominant parent.

The truth of the matter is that this player is good enough to make a contribution on an ECNL team.

She will play on age and be a very nice player and PERHAPS a difference maker at the u13 level.

She will get the opportunity to play up which will help her to increase her speed of play and most importantly her soccer IQ.


There are numerous player at u14 level that are ahead of at the u14 level and quite a few at the u13 level. Especially in the soccer IQ department. but this certainly does not mean that she is not talented.


At u14 she can help a team like Matchfit but might take a lesser role on a team like PDA.


She would of course help any u13 team.

So, please cut the player a break and her family.

Let her and her family enjoy their youth soccer journey.


Players will change so fast in next two years. Enjoy the ride!






Anonymous said...

It's the parents on her self promoting her as they have at all the 5 Clubs she has played for. When she's not the best player or treated as such parents move her. Sad for the player that does have ability but that is why the player has never become a complete player which is why she struggles against top teams. Better suited for U-13 in a much weaker age group. Good luck to the player & hopefully she has finally found a home that suits those parents.

Anonymous said...

11:03.

You do realize that there are some very talented girls in the so called weak age group of u13.

It sounds like you are putting down the whole u13 state of NJ.

I would be very curious how your team would fare against a high quality u13 team?

Unless your daughter plays for one of the top 5 teams in NJ. your team might have all they can handle playing a top u13 team.


Just saw Crush u13's beat up on Crush's u14 team.

while the u14's team may not be a top 5 team they certainly are top 15 in this age group.

I've also seen the Matchfit ecnl team play up and beat up on so called top 15 teams at the u14 level.

The same can be said for NJX.

I wont even mention PDA as they are on a different level altogether.


So what team does your daughter Play for? If it's not one of the top 5 teams perhaps, I can arrange a scrimmage.











Anonymous said...

Really......you have seen NJX play older teams and beat them? You make it sound like this happens all the time. I highly doubt this.

Anonymous said...

yeeehawwwwww==idiot parent

Anonymous said...

U-13 Crush team beat up U-14 Crush team? Where did you see that in a training session? That's funny!

Anonymous said...

hey u 13's
play time is over...go back to your own forum...nobody cares about you (really)

Anonymous said...

crush was the exact opposite to what happened to stallion this summer. Stallions gained players and SC is supposed to take an actual active role in coaching while crush lost a fair amount of girls and there was also a coaching change. DoC dropped this team to take on a younger team. new girls, new coach, wouldnt doubt the U13s beating the U14s. In reality they are both not that good.

Anonymous said...

12:33 - U13 Crush beat U14 Crush in their own tournament last weekend!

Anonymous said...

Actually have daughters in both u13 and u14. Top 5 u13 have no chance against top 5 u14s. After that top u13's can beat 6-15. I know it hurts a lot of parent egos but it is true.

Anonymous said...

I think you misread what the person wrote. They said someone belongs on a weaker U13 teamrather than one of the stronger U13's. I don't think they said that the U13's are all weaker. Being a little hypersensitive. Go back to your own forum.

Anonymous said...

This same weak nj crush team that lost to u13 team beat brick fury in same tourney. Brick did not make it through but the u13 nj crush went through and so did crush u14. So much for u13s being weak.

Anonymous said...

More like a friendly, that U13 v U14 Crush "final"

Winning that bracket (Vernon, Brick, Crush) was the goal.

Anonymous said...

Once high school season is over
SC will drop the U14's like a hot potato

Anonymous said...

Where are these results for U-13 Crush team beating U-14 Crush & Brick? Seems too far fetched unless this was some sort of scrimmagefest.

Anonymous said...

Brick beat U13 Crush 6-1, and should have went to the finals. U13 Crush beat U14 Crush in the finals 1-0 somehow. I certainly don't think it was legit.

Anonymous said...

NJ Crush tournament :

https://events.gotsport.com/events/results.aspx?EventID=38145&GroupID=352776&Gender=Girls&Age=14

Anonymous said...

OMG, serious? you can host your own tournament accept 1 decent team in the age group (Brick), others are straight up town teams (RYSA, Vernon, Sportfriends), still lost to a younger U13 team from your own club (tell the U13 is was a friendly) and wait for it....it actually carries GS points. U14 crush only lists 10 on the roster so who knows how many "guests" they had for the scrimmagefest...I mean tournament. Yikes, a whole new way of point grabbing. Brick rematch at Stars should be interesting.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, just ten on the roster.

Funny stuff.

Anonymous said...

Brick all talk.. ...win something first......what's it been over a year?

Anonymous said...

"Typically" up to u15 the better teams are made up of mostly older girls in the age group aug-jan for club play; but for national play it goes by birth year. Then these girls aug-dec become the youngest which makes it more difficult to standout. For many its a big adjustment from being a standout to fighting to make the team due to physical development.

Suggestion: Plan to have your future kids on jan 1-5 to give them the best advantage in club, national & hs.

Always exceptions to the rule

Anonymous said...

Its funny how most of the posts on this site bash teams that are doing well. It would be nice to see someone grow a set and post their name and what team their girl plays for after a post. As for Got Soccer points I realy hope people realize what a joke they are. I know that some people on here think that their daughter is going to play on the National Team good luck I would love to see some NJ girls make it. Its almost that if your team is on here getting bashed be proud that means people are jealous. Good Luck to all the NJ teams in the fall.
Mike P.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Mike

Anonymous said...

Hey Mike! I think I should compliment your daughters team - you stink ;)
I hope you catch the sarcasm.

Anonymous said...

My daughter plays for her high school and for Crush. We mite not have the best team in NJ but we play with heart and can compete.
Mike

Anonymous said...

at 7:05

By u15 most of the girls have already physically matured. I have seen top 10 u15 teams beat top10 u16 teams on a regular basis. By 15, the better girls will be the better girls no matter u15 or u16.

where you are at the birth month will matter marginally.

-Gandhi

Anonymous said...

My kid plays for the best team in NJ
Harry

Anonymous said...

Such a wise man.

Anonymous said...

"Brick all talk.. ...win something first......what's it been over a year?"

LOL! Wtf are you talking about?! No one from Brick has said anything "talking" wise. Trolling at it's finest.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Mike P for your words of wisdom. Here is some advice for you, it is spelled "might" not "mite" as you posted today at 8:43 pm and on 8/13 4:20 pm where you were bashing the Stallions. Can you spell "Hypocrite"?

- Sherlock

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Anonymous said...

"I dont always post my name on anonymous blogs but when I do I make sure I give away the identity of my other posts by miss-spelling simple words"

-The most un-interesting man in the world

"Stay thirsty my friends"

Anonymous said...

11:13.

I believe you just caught somebody with their hand in the cookie Jar.


LOL.


Anonymous said...

it was probably Napoleon and the mighty mites

Anonymous said...

Someone told me that state cup this fall they are thinking of rules that once you sub that person can not be subbed back in. Anyone else

Anonymous said...

Link to rules on website

http://www.njyouthsoccer.com/clubsite/?p=4809


UNLIMITED substitution shall be permitted at the following times, provided the player reports to the referee and has the referee's permission before entering the field of play:

•throw in your favor
•goal kick by either team
•after a goal by either team
•by either team during time stoppage for injury
•at half-time, after regulation time, and between extra periods
Substitutions are not permitted on corner kicks or penalties

Anonymous said...

NCS is that way for u15 and up. No same half reentry. They take your card when you go in. Return them at the end of the half

Anonymous said...

http://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2014/08/18/10/25/140818-u14gnt-roster

NJ and region 1 have plenty of girls here.

Anonymous said...

Look at the loser that posted the comment on the U14 National Team link.

Anonymous said...

Very widespread group of players. Two defenders from so cal blues - bet that is pretty solid d to play against. Only Colorado rush and PDA have multiple players there other than so cal. NJ talent is spread out across teams but even the nj girls playing out of state are ECNL.

Anonymous said...

So much for you geniuses that said the ex-SJEB player didn't even make the regional team this year. You were told that she was in the national pool, but nooooooo, some of you know everything. This only proves how clueless most of you are.

Anonymous said...



You are all a little crazy, these players are 13 and 14 years old. Why would anyone put a player down.

Do you know how hard it is to play at the higher levels, no. You need god given talent, desire, strong technical skills and a lot of luck to get noticed and then you have to perform each and everyday. So all of you that think players will get college scholarships or play for regional or national teams, the chances are very slim. Of course I'm not saying lose the dream, just being realistic.

Good luck to the all of the teams playing at Spirit, STA and Marlboro tourneys over the weekend. Hope you all play well and enjoy the experience.

Anonymous said...

STA is the new hot tournament.

Anonymous said...

STA is the new hot tournament.

Anonymous said...

STA is the new hot tournament.

Anonymous said...

STA is the new hot tournament.

Anonymous said...

STA? Why so hot? I looked at the schedule. How many Teams does Match Fit have?

Anonymous said...

Matchfit lady falcons are u13 pre-ecnl team - other 2 are matchfit u14 teams

Anonymous said...

^^^sorry, ECNL team

Anonymous said...

STA Red not even playing...

Anonymous said...

The winds have brought in a bad smell. Something wicked this way comes!!!! Lock your doors and windows . Deception is upon us.

Anonymous said...

maybe for your team....

Anonymous said...

10:37

besides being a great band - Misery Loves Company.

Anonymous said...

Good luck to all the NJ teams over the next 2 weekends.

Anonymous said...

Yes! Good luck to all!

Anonymous said...

Dude it is a fact that EG was left out of the regional pool. Was on initial lists and then came off for whatever reason. The national coaches are not in the same circle as the Usysa regional coaches and they do not predominantly choose from odp anymore. It is a fact in national camp out of regional. She is a great player and I think the national coaches got it right.

Anonymous said...

odp coaches got it wrong!

Anonymous said...

ODP is a totaling grab now for the delusional parents who but all the gear & wear the sweatshirts. They ruined that too with greed @ not about identifying talent.

Anonymous said...

I'll buy anything, as long as it's that beautiful forest green

Anonymous said...

If you are on the outside you are not on the inside ......for a reason....make uS rethink ... Or just let it go

Anonymous said...

I agree about ODP being a waste - but it's not a waste for everyone. To much politics and pushing for players say I'm wrong.

Anonymous said...

Brick 3 - PA Rush 0

Anonymous said...

Not ONE NJ team in the Semi-Finals in the top 3 brackets.

Wow... we have some work to do.

Anonymous said...

GFA lost semis in the last second...after other team tied to 2:2.

Anonymous said...

All the games were close. SJEB, GFA and Copa played close games. Brick had a big win and a big loss.

Anonymous said...

Brick also got a red card 5 mins. Into the game.

Anonymous said...

What happened with the Brick red card?

Anonymous said...

Their leading scorer was having her jersey pulled from behind, so she threw her arm back and caught the MD player in the forehead. Should have been a yellow for both players.

Anonymous said...

Nope,That's a red for sure!

Anonymous said...

Why is it that GFA can never just accept their results? You weren't in semis and you won't be tomorrow. Nobody from NJ in the top 3 brackets will be. Everyone else accepted their choke without comments about "oh just a last second thing". You choked. Accept it.

Anonymous said...

A very bad showing for NJ. No wonder the EDP cup is preferred over WAGS.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like A 12 year on The loose with their mouth again.

Anonymous said...

All games were close? SJEB lost 3-0.

Anonymous said...

And 3-1

Anonymous said...

@1016 choking is what we will do to you once you are out of the closet.
Blasting girls behind anonymous tags. Grow a pair. Look at the results after all it's about development. Competitive games are healthy. False championships are misleading. What does one gain with winning it all? A cure for cancer because if it were that then maybe it would mean something because you d-bag are a cancer. Choking is negative feedback from those who have hate.I dare you step up to a coach, player or parent and share the filth that comes out of your DSL's. Your parents failed in your upbringing walking around like a soccer Jihadist.Reevaluate your life because you are the blog's biggest loser. It was great soccer at the top brackets and all NJ teams are looking towards an exciting season.

Anonymous said...

Amusing that someone who spews vulgarity says someone else wasn't raised properly. Please remember the girls view this blog.

Anonymous said...

Rough weekend for FC Copa now that are in top flights. Looks like it's going to be a long season as they should have learned from Freehold to be quiet. Also does look like the end of Holmdel.

Anonymous said...

Copa lost a big player to MF ECNL this week. Obviously affected them this weekend.

Anonymous said...

here we go again troll, bash,defend, troll, thanks for all the updates and informative banter.
what a waste of time

Anonymous said...

Even more telling ,NJ teams go 0-4 in top bracket consolation games. Back to the drawing board.
Time for more consolidation

Anonymous said...

SJEB not the same without their star player. PF much better with her.

Anonymous said...

"Even more telling ,NJ teams go 0-4 in top bracket consolation games. Back to the drawing board.
Time for more consolidation"

Even more telling? Consolation games have no more meaning then friendlies. Only teams used to playing in them care about them.

Anonymous said...

These blogs are hilarious ��

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