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Thursday, October 2, 2014

U14G Youth Soccer U14 Girls Youth Soccer NY, PA, NJ

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Anonymous said...

You can hit the coach where it hurts, by going to the DOC. In our club, the DOC is easily swayed by aggressive parents so after a nice chat, you will see a shift in playing time. And if you think this doesn't happen at the mighty club with three initials, boy are you naive!

Anonymous said...

Know for a fact that doesn't happen. DOC is very hands off, especially with the team in this age group. He'll only start to care now because everyone's keeping score and they need to keep that #1 ranking.

Anonymous said...

1:23 you must not be from the South....

Anonymous said...

DOC? That club has a DOC? News to me.

Yeah, that's how hands off he is.

Anonymous said...

I noted on the ussoccer website that there have been several "Market Training Centers" in region 1 this year. Can anyone comment on the experience that their child has had? Has anyone advanced to national camp through these? Are they competitive? How are the kids chosen who are participating etc.

Anonymous said...

Your right players don't dictate club philosophy a parent's wallet does.

Anonymous said...

2:29, i want to live in your happy little fair world....

Anonymous said...

You do

Anonymous said...

IGFA is holding tryouts any one looking to check it out visit sportsplex in Metuchen tomorrow. I heard they are looking to clean house.

Anonymous said...

So after a good season they are looking to clean house Slick? Maybe you are just mad because the trend seems to be teams do better when you are gone.

Anonymous said...

GFA is looking for a goalie

Anonymous said...

So is everyone else.

Anonymous said...

my daughter is a keeper, gaa is 1, good defense and out coaching of course helps with this number, however she makes amazing saves, leads the team to victories, plays EDP, communicates fully with the team during matches, does much training, much one on one training/privates. sweeper keeper, re-distribution out of the back, no punts which are 50/50 at best. nothing comes easy, yes she is poached each season/even mid-season this year. funny to have this, while others complain about playing time, it can be a curse as well. we have played with gfa, just distance is far, but they are great club, some day again, but they will find one.

Anonymous said...

11:57 lol your comment proves how little people know about other teams.lol

Anonymous said...

So that being said, who else needs a keeper please???

Anonymous said...

Really??? You are either a poser or an idiot, you choose.

Anonymous said...

Who has the best keeper at u14?

Anonymous said...

GFA for sure

Anonymous said...

Freehold She is good

Anonymous said...

NJX goalie is very good.

Anonymous said...

Gfa hands down.

Anonymous said...

NJX gives up a lot of goals which isn't always the keepers fault if she faces a lot of shots because the defense is poor in front of her but they do give up the most goals. SJEB keepers are very good as is the PDA keeper. Top keeper in the Region is Premier Strikers(MD) keeper who is on the National team.

Anonymous said...

The ussf press release says it plans to expand national training center programs. Has anyone any experience with these? Will they expand age groups? Sponsor regional events? will they replace id2 and ODP?

Anonymous said...

GFA new goalie is amazing. With GFA's strong defense, it has been pretty difficult to score against this team in last couple months - check their goals differential if you object.

Team's confidence is much higher with this remarkable girl.

Anonymous said...

Sweeper Keeper is what you need these days, and yes u14 gfa keeper is good, saw her couple of times at local recent tournaments if same girl as fall. the whole gfa group is great in general. To the person who wrote up about their daughter as keeper, every single team can use a back up keeper, or you can win the keeper spot. Believe me, it is to important at this level.

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