Wednesday, April 1, 2015

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...

Any scores today

Anonymous said...

Middletown 1 SJEB 0

Anonymous said...

Sjeb out played Middletown...one shot on net and Sjeb should of had 4 goals just couldn't get the ball in the net that is soccer any team can win on any day congrats to Middletown.....

Anonymous said...

No need for "sour grapes" comments here...

Anonymous said...

Middletown is the better team

Anonymous said...

How is Middletown the better team one shot on goal all game...Sjeb had the ball on Middletown side more just didn't finish it happens I don't think Middletown is the better team...they have one really good player that's it and just hope she gets a goal and play the rest on defense learn the game then talk

Anonymous said...

So Barons are the better team yet couldn't score one lousy goal on the inferior team. Do you realize how bad your logic is? Just like the teams that out shoot another team 15-2 but lose 2-0 and "dominated the game". Parents are so delusional.

Why was this game played anyway when Barons play 11v11 and Middletown 8v8?

Anonymous said...

I love when the team that lost claims to be better, if you were better you would have won.

Anonymous said...

Parents please relax its just a game
and on any given day you can win or
Lose.

Anonymous said...

when does this blog officially become U12. I wouldn't want to miss out on any of the amazing insight and game analytics!

Anonymous said...

Have most clubs given offers for next year yet? My daughters hasn't and people are antsy

Anonymous said...

Yes I know most have given out offers already. I know PDA is done.

Anonymous said...

There are some clubs that have not sent all offers.

Hope it works out for you and your daughter.

Anonymous said...

2:20, I understand that. Other reason they are less is that they play less games and don't chase points.

Anonymous said...

So is there any info on player movement at PDA? Did they add any great players? How about MFA? Going forward is their southern team going to bet he ECNL or the northern groups? Did they add talent?

Anonymous said...

Nobody cares about MFA. Stop fishing for information. Worry about your own team and not others. You need the work. All your teams at this age are terrible.

SJEBWEST BARON said...

The SJEB 03' West girls team is looking for a full time keeper. If interested, please contact barons03west@gmail.com.

Thanks

Anonymous said...

"So is there any info on player movement at PDA? Did they add any great players? How about MFA? Going forward is their southern team going to bet he ECNL or the northern groups? Did they add talent?"

PDA added several players to the age group. This was the year to get in. No way they ever ADD 9-10 kids ever again to this age group in one try-out season.

Anonymous said...

You're obviously talking about PDA north right?

Anonymous said...

Never say never. If you read this blog, you would have thought PDA was set and didn't need or want anyone else. Times they are a changing.

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Anonymous said...

They drop & add kids like they are seasonal employees. And just like in any club there are politics involved.

Anonymous said...

All depends on who shows up at the tryout.

If a player shows up that is better than yours, well, see ya'.

More and more folks are willing to make the drive.

Anonymous said...

"Never say never. If you read this blog, you would have thought PDA was set and didn't need or want anyone else. Times they are a changing."

The tryouts - with over 90 girls - had some serious talent so I'm not surprised North added players.

Anonymous said...

90 kids did not show up for the south & the shore....if both those areas want to build a team like the north they shouldn't be adding & dropping kids. Let the kids start to mesh together & learn to play together. Keep some well trained coaches that want to be there & train girls at this age & see what happens

Anonymous said...

Pda south had alot of quality girls coming out for our team.We will be a btter team than we are now in fall.

Anonymous said...

7:59 seriously? I guess if you keep saying it maybe you'll start to believe it. Everybody knows what's going on at PDA south, no need to try and fool anyone.

Anonymous said...

Thought PDA north was only taking 3 new girls. How could they have taken 9-10 new?

Anonymous said...

This blog is funny. You spend most of the year bashing PDA and then get all concerned about who they added. If your daughter didn't hear by now, she didn't make the team.

Anonymous said...

Once again people are clueless. No one on this blog thinks PDA is a bad organization. They have quality teams and good coaching. Their problem is their parents, they are stuck up and delusional with little actual soccer knowledge. Maybe if the parents were a little humble, the hatred would subside.

Anonymous said...

PDA South has a couple of top players from Fenix. A few more might be added in the future.

Anonymous said...

I know a few PDA Lyon parents and they are a good group of parents. Not sure where the negative posts are coming from.

Anonymous said...

Stand on a sideline with them and you will see all you need to see.

Anonymous said...

Now it sounds like you are just upset your team loses to them. I doubt they are making comments to your team. Beat them and then maybe they won't say anything.

Anonymous said...

It has nothing to do with winning or losing. It has to do with understanding the game and being respectful that these are 11 year old girls competing. They just come off ass classless and entitled.

Anonymous said...

Well, PDA parents do spend one of the highest fees for the season.

They are a bit entitled.

(I know, there are much more expensive places.)

Classless, neh. At the most competitive levels the adults tend to get upset if parents cheer for the other team with vigor.

The adults get sensitive. A lot of the time the kids on the field couldn't care less. Or even notice.

There are some exceptions to the rule but they don't paint the picture for all parents of any club.

Heck, it isn't like they get a special class in how to be as obnoxious as possible on a touchline. Hehe

Anonymous said...

9:59

ok parent manager, I'm sure Lower Merion kids are just lining up to leave a top level team for PDA South.

Anonymous said...

Lol that's real funny!!! Top level to
Low level.

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