Tuesday, February 10, 2015

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Anonymous said...

853 the truth hurts!!!!

Anonymous said...

and the name of that team is ?

Anonymous said...

What is Brick coaches daughters new team?

Anonymous said...

Good luck to a the girls that will join new teams at the end of this season. U15 is an important year to be settled.

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Anonymous said...

When did this happen?

Anonymous said...

Let's be honest you haven't heard anything about where the Brick coaches daughter is going & I'm sure they may want to get away from some of the people they have been dealing with for years so can't really see them trying to recruit if you actually did know them. Move on & worry about all the problems on your own team & less on what others are doing.

Anonymous said...

Heard Shore still can't get enough players to commit o next season as people don't want to be the 4th team in the Club. Still would be better then NJCSA for reasons already explained here but where will these players go once they are finally told the truth that there might not be a team?

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Anonymous said...

Why does everyone love to bash town teams
I don't understand just because they don't have 3 letters before there name does that make them below the rest ....really get a grip and let these girls have fun and play soccer ...if you are a team in the top 25 then I guess your doing something right ...so you small town teams keep your head and keep doing what your doing ....let the haters hate and continue to pay pay pay to play play play ..

Anonymous said...

Any team that any of the Brick players are going to are lucky to have them. Wish them all the best.

Anonymous said...



From what I here there are several decent teams that play in EDP that are seeking some players for next year - If your daughter is looking for a new team you may wish to check out - NJX, TRIC, WALL, Jackson. No they are not PDA or Match Fit ECNL teams, but they do play at a good level and are all very competitive teams. Those leaving NJCSA, Brick, Pt Pleasant and others un happy with NJ Wildcats, PDA or Match Fit may want to give these teams a very good look for their daughter.

May 27, 2015 at 3:48 PM


BTW - Brick Players are going to Wildcats - Along with the coach!

Anonymous said...

What happened to TRIC? they have not won a game this season.

Anonymous said...

Probably more concerned with player development rather than just winning games

Anonymous said...

I have heard the rumor of Brick coach & team going to the Wildcats for years & it still hasn't happen yet. Why people are so worried about what he does boogles my mind. Good luck to wherever he & his daughter go.

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Anonymous said...

you already slick ended that chapter a long time ago.... Stop in to straighten out your facts too

Anonymous said...

"I heard Brick coach is tapping players to come join his daughter's new team. If your team took a Brick player I might sign them up officially quick or think twice. "

Why would anyone care? Both are WAY overrated.

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Anonymous said...

You Cant argue with that haters! Take your NPL And Ecnl and shove it.

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Anonymous said...



So based upon news on this site, the wildcats will have 25+ on the roster for next year....Can a parent of a current Player for the team enlighten us. I was actually considering sending my daughter for tryouts, but if they are rostering that many then I don't think it is worth it.

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Anonymous said...

classy

Anonymous said...

8:11

SMH, simply SMH. Could you possibly lack any more class?

Anonymous said...

Yes, apparently Wildcats are taking 25+. Not sure what to do either. He only plays his starting 11 most of the game as it is.

Anonymous said...

If you have joined a team and still have questions go directly to the coach or affiliates of the club/academy. Let rosters widen and teams build.

Anonymous said...



Yes, go be the one of the 19th - 25th player! Why would anyone want to do that, there are options where you can play! Find those it would be a better choice then not making most game day rosters! the only one you would be satisfying is that coach, because he will get your money!

Anonymous said...

Every program is different. Find the one that is right for you and your daughter. A program focused on development that rosters and plays up is competitive and developmental. There are other choices out there and not every program is right for every girl. At U15 it's time to work to be rostered. Let's be real. I don't care what team you are on.

Anonymous said...

Makes no sense. You work to play on any team. Most of these clubs will roster you for writing a check. You must work for one of them

Anonymous said...

I'm generally anti-academy, BUT, I certainly don't blame them from taking money from the disillusioned parents that think their child is better than they really are. If you're willing to pay, I'm willing to take it. That being said, rostering 25+ is simply ridiculous, and a blatant money grab. But if you like paying through the nose to watch your kid practice, but never play a game, by all means enjoy!

Anonymous said...

4:11 you know nothing about Match Fit then. Plenty of checks are written and plenty of girls do not get rostered. Week after week it can change. There is a choice. Don't pay to play. The bench should be as strong as the starters and teams at this level are rostering to make that happen.

Anonymous said...

when the bench is strong everyone will play. the beauty of subbing. find your fit.

Anonymous said...

Cant imagine having my daughter play very well one week only to sit the next.

But I guess they get used to it.

Anonymous said...

Barons 6
NJ Wildcats 0

Ouch!!!

Anonymous said...

CES Calvert 3
Brick 0

Anonymous said...

Barons over Wildcats 6-0 sounds more like a softball game then soccer!

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Anonymous said...

The Wildcats showed very little talent and the Barron's dominated the shots on goal ratio. WC's had 2 in the bench. They were outplayed.

Anonymous said...

SJEB outplayed the Wildcats period
Score could of been Worse
SJEB one of top teams in the state period

Anonymous said...

What game was the brick one?

Anonymous said...


NJCSA is struggling to field a team for this age group, only have a minimal amount of players committed for next season, so all the rhetoric about them being ok is just that rhetoric. They are in trouble and may not have a team next year. That is a fact and if you are one that has already committed, you may wish to get your money back and find other options. Don't believe what you have been told.

Anonymous said...

NJCSA is struggling to field a team for this age group, only have a minimal amount of players committed for next season, so all the rhetoric about them being ok is just that rhetoric. They are in trouble and may not have a team next year. That is a fact and if you are one that has already committed, you may wish to get your money back and find other options. Don't believe what you have been told.

Anonymous said...

The only team that plays well against SJEB is NJ Rush,
Just saying.

Anonymous said...

Outcomes reflect what team shows up to play sometimes and SJEB were off that day. Also had some injuries. Bottom line is skill and level if play. Barons have it. Only other comparison is GFA at best right now. NJCSA would be a great alternative for the bitter if there was a coaching change. A simple solution. Rid of the coach and save the club.

Anonymous said...

2:25

Riiiiiiight

And no Crush team either

Go take a shower.

Anonymous said...

Well said IGFA mom.

Anonymous said...

Igfa 6: alley cats 1

Anonymous said...

3:27

You should clarify yourself. Holmdel is the only team to BEAT the Barons, you tied them - big deal. To be honest though, both of you did it when they were short handed so just pipe down and enjoy your spots at the bottom of the table....JUST SAYIN

Anonymous said...

The very bottom of the table.

Anonymous said...

2 Match Fit and 1 PDA players at U15 National Camp this passed weekend. Congrats to them.

Anonymous said...

And the slick self promotion campaign continues.

Anonymous said...

Will these teams be around next year?
1.Freehold has not won a game in EDP 1st division
2.TRIC only has 1 win over Point Pleasant in EDP 2nd division
3.Wall also struggling in EDP 2nd division
4.NJCSA has a coach that no one wants to play for even current players
5.Shore says they have 16 committed after giving out over 22+ offers
6.Rush as they are not doing well with their thug like kickball style
7.NJX had a nice season with quality wins then gets blown out with the Mom duo coaching.

Anonymous said...

11:30 how do you know

Anonymous said...

This is the U14 blog. Put the U15 natl camp statistics in their blog.

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Anonymous said...

NJCSA is struggling to field a team for this age group, only have a minimal amount of players committed for next season, so all the rhetoric about them being ok is just that rhetoric. They are in trouble and may not have a team next year. That is a fact and if you are one that has already committed, you may wish to get your money back and find other options. Don't believe what you have been told.

Anonymous said...

Any score on barons/stronghold yesterday?

Anonymous said...

Bottom line NJCSA is not concerned with girls side of club and only worry about boys teams

Anonymous said...

Team is not salvageable!

Anonymous said...

A few kids on NJCSA bounced around, this is like their 3rd or 4th team. If they fold, what next?

Compression is rampant - while a lot of the top teams may NOT fold, there are teams folding. Down at the lower levels, a lot will fold so there are few viable spots for those that want to play.

News flash - very few girls going into high school will play higher than the freshman team (unless the school teams are really poor). Shame for those parents that spent big dollars and time only to have their kid stop playing because egos are so big, they'd never play for a town team.

Shame.

Anonymous said...

the NJCSA team is beating teams now that they were not beating in the fall, so something is working.

Anonymous said...

Can we please stop all the NJCSA talk?


If you're not from NJCSA, then I'm sure the team doesn't care what you think.

If you ARE from NJCSA, nobody cares about your team.


It's that simple

Anonymous said...

Can someone tell me why the brick team folded
. Couldn't they have just got a paid coach.

Anonymous said...

I think any team in The nj top 20 can beat one another any given day. Some teams are more consistent than others. Some have better coaching. I think it's great there is such talent In The state.

Anonymous said...

wow. someone's really angry. There is no way you have all that inside information. seems like a personal war you want to have. take it somewhere else.

lets talk about real topics with soccer, not some made up gargage on the blog

come on, be real already. its getting old

Anonymous said...

2:41

Nobody cares - SHUT UP ALREADY!!!

Anonymous said...

Not every team in the top 20 in NJ can play and compete with one another... So stop the madness.... 5-20 maybe 1-4 are very different.

Anonymous said...

Nah ---- any team in the top 25 - 30 can beat any other on any given day. With the exception of GFA

Anonymous said...

3:48 hi!!! U came also today to create problems for Gfa in the blog. You never miss a day. You must leave a great life! Lol now what is going to happen is that nobody is biting and u are going to post something even more provocative or answer to yourself just for your personal joy and do not forget to mention commack lol

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Anonymous said...



Sorry, didn't mean to do that, but I saw them play a few times and it is just my opinion that they are one of the best teams I have seen for this age group. Not to say that many of the teams cant compete with them but they seem to be the most consistent.

Anonymous said...

"5-20, maybe"


No.

Anonymous said...

Whoever keeps posting this crap that no one cares about is a true idiot

Anonymous said...

6:48
Not Slick... just a youth soccer fan with daughters at u14, u16, & u18.

7:58
http://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2015/05/29/23/45/150530-u16gnt-u15gnt-hold-combined-camp-in-portland-or

8:40
Most of the girls on the U15 National Team are u13 & u14 girls.

Anonymous said...



Who cares about NJCSA - team will not last a year.

I think that poster just wants to make sure everyone knows about that coach.

There are still several teams seeking players, some very good teams.

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Anonymous said...


The only players that will suffer are those going to bad situations, because their parents put them there!

Anonymous said...

This blog is worse than the Hollywood tabloids.

Anonymous said...



Well Said!

Anonymous said...

So what teams will be moving down and who will be moving up. With all th speculation of some teams not being together next year, what will the divisions look like?

Anonymous said...

Serious question here. How can Brick, the #2 team in the State and region be folding, but, teams such as Pt. Pleasant, TRIC, Wall, etc. are still surviving? Is it the coach? Something certainly isn't right for one of the absolute pioneers of the age group to be finished before these other teams. What gives? It's a shame.

Anonymous said...


First you have to define what a team is. I think th term is misused in most applications on this blog.

Anonymous said...

So who got the best players that moved around during these tryouts?

Anonymous said...

Looks as though NJX is going to get dropped down.

Anonymous said...

Why don't you define what a team is so we can all laugh!

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Anonymous said...

Who got the best players?? Easy answer -- pda, MF, GFA

Anonymous said...

But pda lost the best coach

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Anonymous said...

pda didn't pick up anyone

Anonymous said...

You have to evaluate their overall performance not just got soccer points. US YOUTH SOCCER IS MUCH MORE ACCURATE and provides a true measure based on the power points of their opponents, league play and how they do within their region and outside of their region. Gotsoccer is not the only measure. How has your team played outside of Edp and edp tournaments? When you consistently compete well by winning over regional teams then you can start talking about being among the best and brick has not has a good showing outside of the it state verses quality teams

Anonymous said...

Fury's last stretch of games 5 -10-10.... Is that region 1 #2 numbers... Don't think so

Anonymous said...

It was time for Brick to make a move. U 15 is a competitive point and some players made the move to other teams-club and academy programs became more attractive for what they can provide.

Anonymous said...

1 SLAMMERS FC ECNL (CAS) 37.97
2 SAN DIEGO SURF SC ECNL (CAS) 37.82
3 MICHIGAN WOLVES HAWKS ECNL (MI) 37.71
4 DALLAS KICKS SC (TXN) 37.01
5 SAN JUAN SC ECNL (CAN) 37.00
6 CINCINNATI UNITED CUP GOLD (OS) 36.99
7 COLORADO RUSH (CO) 36.88
8 SO CAL BLUES ECNL (CAS) 36.81
9 FC STARS OF MASSACHUSETTS ECNL (MA) 36.73
10 CASL ECNL (NC) 36.67
11 ARSENAL FC ECNL (CAS) 36.50
12 DALLAS TEXANS ECNL (TXN) 36.49
13 STING SC DALLAS ECNL (MI) 36.46
14 NORTH UNITED RED (PAW) 36.40
15 BETHESDA SC ECNL (MD) 36.39
16 REAL SO CAL ECNL (CAS) 36.31
17 RICHMOND UNITED ECNL (VA) 36.27
18 RUSH SOCCER SPA SPI SELECT (CO) 36.27
19 SPORTING BLUE VALLEY SC LAZIO (KS) 36.25
20 SOLAR CHELSEA SC RED (TXN) 36.23
21 ST LOUIS SCOTT GALLAGHER SC MO ECNL (MO) 36.17
22 LEGENDS FC GOLD (CAS) 36.10
23 DEL MAR SHARKS CARMEL VALLEY ALL STARS GOLD DUNCAN (CAS) 36.09
24 OKLAHOMA FC FOOTBALL (OK) 36.09
25 TOP HAT SC 19 GOLD (GA) 36.08
26 GOL SA ECNL (GA) 36.07
27 FUTURA FC ACADEMY (MO) 36.06
28 GRAND RAPIDS CREW JUNIORS MRL GOLD (MI) 36.03
29 FC DALLAS YOUTH ECNL (TXN) 36.02
30 BEACH FC BLACK (CAS) 36.02
31 HAWAII RUSH SC OAHU (HI) 35.90
32 ANNANDALE UNITED FC VIRGINIA ECNL (VA) 35.90
33 FC SALMON CREEK ELLERTSON (WA) 35.86
34 CLAY COUNTY SC SOL BLACK (FL) 35.85
35 SOUTH SHORE SELECT ACADEMY ELITE (MA) 35.80
36 INTERNATIONAL GIRLS FA (NJ) 35.79
37 MUSTANG SC FURY ECNL (CAN)

Anonymous said...

1 FC STARS OF MASSACHUSETTS ECNL (MA) [9] 36.73
2 NORTH UNITED RED (PAW) [14] 36.40
3 BETHESDA SC ECNL (MD) [15] 36.39
4 RICHMOND UNITED ECNL (VA) [17] 36.27
5 ANNANDALE UNITED FC VIRGINIA ECNL (VA) [32] 35.90
6 SOUTH SHORE SELECT ACADEMY ELITE (MA) [35] 35.80
7 INTERNATIONAL GIRLS FA (NJ) [36] 35.79
8 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY ECNL (NJ) [40] 35.74
9 NEFC ELITE (MA) [57] 35.51
10 PENN FUSION SA ECNL (PAE) [64] 35.37
11 HBC SC IMPACT (NYE) [66] 35.34
12 LONG ISLAND ROUGH RIDERS (NYE) [67] 35.33
13 MANHATTAN WORLD CLASS FC ECNL (NYE) [71] 35.27
14 BOSTON BREAKERS ACADEMY ECNL (MA) [78] 35.22
15 FC STARS OF MASSACHUSETTS NPL (MA) [82] 35.18
16 NORTH UNITED SC ELITE (PAW) [84] 35.14
17 VALKYRIES UNITED FC (NYE) [91] 35.10
18 SOUTH JERSEY ELITE BARONS NPL (NJ) [92] 35.09
19 MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC ECNL (NJ) [98] 35.03
20 MCLEAN YS ECNL (VA) [99] 35.02
21 FC BUCKS ECNL (PAE) [100] 35.01
22 CENTURY V GOLD (PAW) [106] 34.93
23 CONNECTICUT FC ECNL (CT) [107] 34.92
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Anonymous said...

5:32 ok good points , and based on that who is the first team in that ranking that is from our state NJ? But still not good I guess.

Anonymous said...

Wow, with all of this talk you would think the top five NJ teams would all be on this list. NJ soccer stinks if you don't have any teams in top 30. CAS is killing NJ. That is where all of the top D1 kids will come from. You all need to wake up! IGFA is proud to be 36 and that shows how sad NJ soccer really is. PDA, MF, and IGFA are just big fish in a small pond. Watch out because in 3 years that pond will become an ocean. Better to work on grades because womans soccer won't pay your bills. Your kid will be living in your basement while the two of you sing "Glory Days" with Bruce. Your kid's golden ticket is the BA or better. You will just give her a bad knee with your over 50 games a year. Burger King doesn't care about gotsoccer points.

Anonymous said...

"It was time for Brick to make a move. U 15 is a competitive point and some players made the move to other teams-club and academy programs became more attractive for what they can provide."

Thanks for at least attempting to give a legitimate answer, unlike these other morons. But again, Why Brick, and not these other clubs? You would think Brick would outlast the teams I mentioned above. If not, why not? I'm assuming they couldn't get enough players to try out to overcome their losses. Why?? I'm asking why players/parents would choose teams such as the ones listed over Brick. It seems something's not right somewhere. Is the training not good? Do people not like the coach (since I hear he is arrogant)? All these teams are in the same area, so what is it?

Anonymous said...

I think it's a multitude of reasons, can't pinpoint one. However, I truly believe that the stress and time of playing at the highest levels wears thin for these kids, churn / turnover is very big. On top of that, the parents must be ultra-competitive and probably live vicariously through the children a little bit (that's not fact, just an assumption).

When you are 14 years old, and you've been doing this for awhile, you get bored, tired, disinterested, etc. One thing many coaches seemingly forget is that for girls, the social element is huge, and it remains that way for some time (even at the higher age groups). If you are on a team with a roster of type-a, alpha girls, the social element is likely tense, competitive, chippy, and so on. Not too many girls want to play in that environment.

My guess is that's what happened with some of these teams, but why Pt. Pleasant (or others) keep it going. Remember, it's still a game, it should be for fun. Scholarships are mythical things, why some parents can't see that is beyond me.

Anonymous said...

Simple, if you have a happy coach, happy parents, and happy players the team will stay together. Look at your team now. How many kids have been there for more than 6 years? Retention is the biggest measurement of employee satisfaction for a company so should be the same for the wellness of a team. I assume that is how these other town teams keep it going for so long. Because they are happy! Why are you so surprised? It it because you are on a blog trying to start a fight?

If all you look at is the scoreboard, you will always lose in the end. You are wrong to only measure success of your child by if she wins a U14 soccer game. Is she happy when you tell her everything she did wrong on the ride home? Does she like the way you yell from the sideline? Does she enjoy missing b-day parties and hanging with her friends because of your soccer dream?

Brick had a great run for a long time. They should be very proud of their accomplishments. In the end only the parents and coach know why it truly ended. I assume it was because the club model couldn't give their college bound players the resources an academy could. But that is their problem not yours. They will call you if you need to know that bad. Leave your name and number on your next post.

Anonymous said...

NJCSA is struggling to field a team for this age group, only have a minimal amount of players committed for next season, so all the rhetoric about them being ok is just that rhetoric. They are in trouble and may not have a team next year. That is a fact and if you are one that has already committed, you may wish to get your money back and find other options. Don't believe what you have been told.

June 1, 2015 at 9:24 AM


And did you know many players are playing on that team for free!!! Who will pay for them? the other players

Anonymous said...

These "Town Teams"might still be together but what does that prove? Brick and Freehold were the only competitive town teams. Now Brick is done and freehold hasnt won a game at the top level. They will be the next team to break! All the town teams have mommy and daddy coaches. If you want your daughter to play at a highest level that is where you need to put her. Unless these town teams are playing at the top level you are just going to be a punching bag for these other teams.But thats okay as long as they are having "fun". I might pay for my daughter to play but I know the coach is committed to make the team better every year and play at the highest level and yes she is having fun doing it.

Anonymous said...

Look at the point differentials.... First place and 36 are a two goal differential. That being said, playing outside of the star is key. National and regional tournaments are key. If NJ TEAMS perform well out of the state they will continue to grow and move up the us ranking system. Not easy to do but likely given the right environment and edp cups won't cut it. At IGFA we know it which is why we continue to work to hopefully compete at the national level which is coming soon. No one ever said we are number 1 and yes we might be big fish in a little pond but in time new challenges will be met and a true measure will assess where they will go from there. Before DELCO IGfA was not even under 50 now they inched closer. By the end of August we will where they sand among the top teams from each region. Regionally they are top 7 and I find that to be fair. In the state, # 1. Also pretty accurate.

IGFA

Anonymous said...

IGFA playing well no doubt. Until they beat SD Surf, Michigan Hawks, Stars of Mass etc, they won't have played the nations best. Would be great to see them compete in ECNL which they are worthy, but you have to develope all age groups, not just one.

Anonymous said...



Most of you are nuts! There is a vast amount of talent in this age group throughout the state of NJ and the region. Many teams have several top players and some have one or two. What GFA has been able to achieve is a good accomplishment, it is what Brick was trying to accomplish. But the bottom line is that most of your daughters will only play for a few more years, very few will play in college and if they do, they probably will not play all 4 years. That is a fact!

Anonymous said...

@11:12

Let us know, honestly, how it all makes out for you and your daughter.
Lots of dumb dumb talk from you.

2:00PM has it right
EVEN IF your child fulfills their wildest dreams (mostly likely their parents dream anyway) the likelihood they play diminishes as time goes on. Burn out or replaced by the next best thing. And only the largest checks in the world will prevent that from happening.

I actually feel for many of these young athletes as they will be told (rightly so) you just do not have it, or are not good enough, or we are bringing in new talent to replace you for the first time. I hope someone caring is there for the fall. It's just the way the world works outside of the Club/Academy travel soccer bubble. At the same time I feel for many of the same athletes who may burn out and will have to prevent their mom or dad from jumping off a bridge when they stop playing in college because they have had enough.


DCShore

Anonymous said...

These last comments are some or the best and most truthful comments ever posted on here.

Anonymous said...

There is nothing truthful on this blog. It's all opinions. Unless you have experienced this with an older child you are just speculating.

Anonymous said...

Gfa plays in edp enough said!!!!look who you play...now tell me how you beat some weak ecnl teams...you will never play ecnl or npl so try to get into region 1....until then you will never play national ranked teams. ...so please stop talking nonsense a out being #1 in nj and #7 in region

Anonymous said...

So what do you want to hear? That your daughters team is better and therefore your daughter is better? Guess what - that doesn't change the fact that she has a slim to none chance of making a career out of this GAME. Get a grip - it's just soccer and you are not the star!

Anonymous said...

It's called superiority complex. The unflappable belief you are better than everybody else. Even when it is wrong or meaningless you still need to build yourself up by putting others down. Hey - you are not #1 either so shut your trap.

Anonymous said...

NJ Wildcats 2
Brick 0

Anonymous said...

Good job Wildcats. You really needed that one after the 6-0 loss last week...

Anonymous said...

That's what makes this league competitive.

Anonymous said...

The hate continues ... While your club flounders in stagnation our girls make incremental steps towards putting themselves in the right position... So keep hating... You put our girls down last spring and fall... Now you continue to the same bs... That's okay.... They don't hear you.... Too bad your mia left us...but we have done better without her.

Anonymous said...

For the love of God, stop with the BS regarding NJCSA.

Nobody cares one way or the other.

Anonymous said...

Looks like NJX is in a do or die game with Wildcats. Lose and drop or win and stay in!

Anonymous said...

11:46

You reposting the same two posts over and over again is not only annoying, but what you don't realize is the two posts completely contradict each other. First it says they have no players and are struggling and the next says how many players are playing for free.

If they are struggling and have no players then how are "many" going for free.

My guess is you are a coach that obviously has lost players to that club.

Please stop with the repeated posts. The only one that cares is you and you're never gonna get players with this approach.

Anonymous said...

I am confused, does Tab have anything to do with the girls side of NJCSA or does he just run the boys group? Is there any truth that the u14 coach is in charge of the new u12 group too?

Anonymous said...

NJCSA organization

Anonymous said...

10:40 pm who is mia and who are you ranting to?

Anonymous said...

Mia is the imaginary soccer star that we all claim to have... Ranting towards the criticism which is biased an untrue

Anonymous said...

Are you kidding me......you don't know understand the reference to "Mia"......Mia Hamm....retired American professional soccer player...some say she put soccer on the map for young women in the US. The reference is that there are some parents who think their kids are the next "Mia"....meaning Mia Hamm.

Anonymous said...

what does anybody here know know about being dropped or promoted, this ain't Europe. Sounds like more stupid trolling.
EDP- with teams disappearing, some divisions with 9 some with 10, 6 5 whatever- just about fair competitive play
wins & losses not relevant.

Anonymous said...

1st it was jackson then freehold then brick,now the worst of all gfa....slick give it a rest...let the girls play

Anonymous said...



it's only a game!

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Anonymous said...

NJX plays NJ Stallions this weekend in their last game of the season. WC already beat NJX this spring in EDP. It will be tough for NJX to beat Stallions but who knows with these teams...If NJX losses, it looks like Freehold and NJX will be regulated to the 2nd division EDP next year! WC play SSC to finish out their spring EDP schedule on June 13 per the schedule on the EDP site. Good luck to everybody!

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Jersey Shore Champions Cup Prediction

Gold - HMMS Eagle Thunder (PA)over Stronghold SC. Gooo Pennsylvania

Anonymous said...

Sincere suggestion for gfa coach and all coaches; once you reach the top time to move up to help the team keep developing. Since you can't get into ecnl play up a year in edp. Pro & Cons anyone? or is winning most important?

Anonymous said...

8:48. Good suggestion. Thank you. Could be a good idea. Will tell the coach. Please tell all coaches. Not being sarcastic .

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Wow......Old Bridge.....you want to be a top team and can't beat SJA and HMMS crushes them.....Yikes.....

Anonymous said...

I give Gfa 1 more season then top girls leave for ecnl

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Anyone at the watered down ODP Region 1 round robin? Heard level of play and level of talent way below par. What a shame this used to be where the top players used to play. Now just a money grab For this age group 50+ players made it to this point out of 60 that tried out. What a joke

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4:11 why you are asking yourself this question? Lol

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Anonymous said...

Great tournament yesterday, Nj elite looked really great . New players made a big change in the team. Impressive. Surely a new team to look at

Anonymous said...

Why all the hate??? All I'm asking is what team that player left GFA for?

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Anyone at the watered down ODP Region 1 round robin? Heard level of play and level of talent way below par. What a shame this used to be where the top players used to play. Now just a money grab For this age group 50+ players made it to this point out of 60 that tried out. What a joke

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Anonymous said...

What HELLO KITTY tournament is that .... The CUPCAKE CUP... Is that the one that hands out metal to all participants.... In which you form a tunnel at the end and both teams run through....Flames who?? Now we know which team got daughter plays for...lol... The dad is a tumor like a bad case of indigestion

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Sounds like you spent your $2K on ODP, when you should have put it into a 529 college fund. Your the one that sounds bitter. BTW, I wouldn't let my daughter waste her time with ODP. Just a money maker for NJYS. 53 girls for 2001 age group....That is just a joke. A true state team should have 20-25 at best. no hate here just reality or truth.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Watered down opinion....hater.... Why your Mia not make the cut... Better yet she is on the all mighty ECNL TEAM RIGHT!! Get a life... Stop hating and work on making your daughter a better person because you my friend suck!

June 7, 2015 at 2:12 PM


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The Virginia and Eastern new York 00 teams were good. Eastern PA had some decent players but not enough to win it in Kirkwood. Definitely looked watered down from 2 years ago. Regional camp should be much less competitive. However, seems like many of the regional players are still in it but the next tier down kids quit leaving a huge gap between top and bottom on most teams.

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Well hopefully it could have been a confidence builder for the players that were there. How where the NJ teams? Did they compete?

Anonymous said...

They did but came up against a strong ENYSA team. That team will probably win it all.

Anonymous said...

NJCSA is struggling to field a team for this age group, only have a minimal amount of players committed for next season, so all the rhetoric about them being ok is just that rhetoric. They are in trouble and may not have a team next year. That is a fact and if you are one that has already committed, you may wish to get your money back and find other options. Don't believe what you have been told.

June 1, 2015 at 9:24 AM


And did you know many players are playing on that team for free!!! Who will pay for them? the other players

Anonymous said...

Your concerns about everyone's money is very admirable,however if you could take your skills down to Washington and show dem thar kids on how to balance the budget, the rest of us could appreciate your absence!

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Anyone else bored with NJCSA updates?

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Yes. Those teams will only last a year at best.

Anonymous said...

Why would anyone want to play on a team that cant get enough u14 players? Get out why you still can

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3:44 Stronghold played their subs against you to save their starters for the final they had already qualified for. Every team does it in a third meaningless game if already through to finals.

You really believe you can beat any top 20 team? Get real.

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I Guess they played there subs against SANTOS to right with a 1-1 draw in the 2nd game because all teams do that to right ...SUBS I GET It ..LMAO.... and yes brain surgeon i think they can and HAVE beat teams in the top 20 .

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4:51 Stronghold was playing at the same time as SJA with both teams having 4 points why would they take that chance? And for the record Old Bridge has beaten to top 20 teams in the last month. Bridgewater and Stronghold! Agreed not an elite team but not too bad for a township team that yearly bill is under a grand.

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Town team talk...lmao

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Old bridge is a one trick show that fools first time opponents with their offsides runs. It's the cheapest and ugliest soccer you will ever see and only works once. The better teams adjust quickly and tear them up, but yes it is effective on those who have never seen such stupid tactics. Not soccer by any stretch - just a cheap trick to sneak a win. Let's see if they beat the same teams next time when they know what to expect.

Anonymous said...

Offside trap so elementary...it only works verses low level teams...why do parents think it's the best thing since slice bread don't know....time is ticking for rec. soccer fans enjoy your offside traps while they last...tick tick

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948 and you are a joke ....your sub reference makes no sense waiting on a response smart one ..and 615 don't hate be happy you pay your huge fees to play against a little old team team that will beat you down ....if the teams or coaches that OB play were so good they wouldn't have taken L's...oh maybe they had there subs in that's right ....lmao

Anonymous said...

The fact they we are even talking them means that they are becoming relevant. They are on a good run and have added some quality players. They are still not an Elite team or belong on the field with the top 5. See if they can sustain.

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Old Bridge- you sound foolish.

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Nj elite will be in top three during summer!

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Nj elite is deff a contender moving up as far as Oldbridge you have to give it to them they have beat some great teams good for them nice to to see iam truly happy for any team that can move up and compete at a higher level

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I must have missed something this year. Name one "great" team that Old Bridge beat this year.

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What's wrong with stronghold red or Bridgwater ...iam sure your little princess is on the top ranked team for you to talk trash about anyone ...good for Oldbridge watch out for the flames and I hope NJCSA pulls it together to have a great season ....stop the hate ...really

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9:04 Amen. This forum loses sight that these are 14 year old girls. Whether they are top 5 or top 50 --who cares. These are mostly great kids that have a passion for soccer and enjoying competing at their level, whatever that may be. Lets not forget there are very few full rides in College, so if this is their primary purpose then your better off putting your academy money in your 529 plan. Let them work and play at a level that challenges them while still allowing them to love the game. And for the parents that come on here chest thumping that your #3 team "thrashed" the #2 team 1-0, you just don't see how silly you sound. This sport means more to your ego and water cooler talk than it does for your little Mia. Bridgewater, Stronghold, Old Bridge, NJCSA, NJ Elite and every other team bashed on here, have a great U15 season--Hope you all do well.

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Offsides trap? I love the offsides trap, especially when, as the forward is going to goal and the referee has his left arm extended at the waist, and palm facing up, the entire back line turns to him and simultaneously raise their hand in the air and.....GOAL!!!

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Teach defense!!!!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...
Nj elite will be in top three during summer!

June 10, 2015 at 7:25 AM

Top three of what?? Top three teams not to send your daughter too? The poison has arrived at NJ Elite!! Spreading his demonic rhetoric throughout the land!!

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"Town team talk...lmao
June 9, 2015 at 7:44 PM "

Are you that much of an A**?
Are town teams below you? This blog is for U14 Girls Soccer, not Top 5 team soccer. Town team players play just as hard as your little Suzy does at her academy. These town players probably see more minutes on the field than most of your daughters do. If being #18-24 on the roster of an academy is your thing, so be it, but remember U14 girls soccer is about the girls not your ego.

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June 10, 2015 at 3:42 PM
FREE is better then cheap
don't be jealous !!! stop hating on town teams!!! looks like a lot of them are doing just as good as your over priced, over staffed teams ......so if they dont have (ABC) before there name they can not be good and compete ? there 14 pal grow up!!!

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Fees Fiiiii Foooo Fummmmmm!

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Is NJ Elite part of NJCSA?

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No. They are both train wrecks.

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Why waste any effort talking about NJCSA, they will no be a good team, they have a horrific coach and he has a lot of players playing for free! Feel very sorry for any player that will play for him, just a joke

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Drop it Mr. E

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Heard NJX, WALL, Freehold, Jackson, Old Bridge and Middleton still seeking players, all good options for those that are interested. Check out the NJ.com Youth Soccer Tryouts blog at NJ.com.

Anonymous said...

Nj elite best training in state right now. Some top players checking them out these days.

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Anonymous said...

Is NJX fielding a team next year? Heard a few players leaving after a very tough EDP season. Lost 7-1 to NJ Stallions this past weekend. The future does not look bright for this team going into U15G

Anonymous said...

I heard a rumor that they are starting a PDA Hawaii? any validity to this rumor?

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Anonymous said...

There are 217 U14 travel girls teams and even more rec. teams in NJ. Each playing at their level. I am sick of hearing about the top 3 academy teams and who is better. Go to the academy blog page and preach your hate there. Most of the girls in this age group are playing for the joy and love of the game. You kid needs to spend just as much time with the books because employers look at your GPA from a D1 not if you played 90 mins.

Anonymous said...

Heard a number of core players from Brick and NJCSA all going to Wildcats.

Anonymous said...

Well you are a few weeks behind. That information has been talked about, examined and re-examined by all the experts here. We just need that coach/parent that keeps posting about girls playing for free to post that again. Its almost been a few hours without that one. Who cares....

Anonymous said...

"Heard a number of core players from Brick and NJCSA all going to Wildcats."

If by core, you mean bottom of the barrel. Then your correct. I'm sure the Wildcats coach knows it now if he didn't.

Anonymous said...

So where the best players ( and truly how many top players brick had) end up ?

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