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    Guess what? We’re going to Bayside because I got a fever and I’ve got to have more cowbell

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    Good list of college coaches for the DPL event in Florida this week. https://events.dpleague.org/collegecoaches-dplfl23/
    Total right here: Sewanee: The University of the South

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    Really?!! If you’re talking girls, Here are the facts:

    2010- Top bracket 0-3. Lost to 2 GA and 1 ECNL team.
    2009- No teams
    2008- Top Bracket but bracket C with no GA or ECNL teams in it. Finished 1-1-1 against 2 DPL and 1 ECRL (regional) team
    2007- Top Bracket but Bracket B with no GA or ECNL teams in it. Finished 1-0-2 against 3 DPL teams
    2006- Third Bracket. Finished 3-0 against 2 national league teams and 1 ECRL team.

    RI Surf are exactly what people think they are…one of the better teams in the 3rd level of play in New England.

    1- ECNL, 2- GA, 3- Impact/ENRL/DPL
    Good list of college coaches for the DPL event in Florida this week. https://events.dpleague.org/collegecoaches-dplfl23/

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    There is 0 benefit to play with surf. They have no pathway in New England.
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    They play in a 3rd tier league against low levels of competition. They have to create "Surf Select" teams and sell trips to Spain to their families otherwise why would anyone ever play for them? The people who can afford these trips and use these "Select" teams to visit cool places with their families do it right, anyone who thinks these teams or trips are going to get their kids to play at a high level in college are out of their minds.
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    The only pathway here leads to a sausage cart.

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    There is 0 benefit to play with surf. They have no pathway in New England.
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    They play in a 3rd tier league against low levels of competition. They have to create "Surf Select" teams and sell trips to Spain to their families otherwise why would anyone ever play for them? The people who can afford these trips and use these "Select" teams to visit cool places with their families do it right, anyone who thinks these teams or trips are going to get their kids to play at a high level in college are out of their minds. [/QUOTE]

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    You are absolutely correct! They blow smoke up their butts and they buy into it. The traveling to Spain gets me the most. They should take a family vacation and let their kids play 5v5 against the real talent in Spain.
    However, the politics played by the coaches will get their players awards they don’t really deserve and into places they really won’t fit in or deserve to be. It’s a setup for failure.
    They play in a 3rd tier league against low levels of competition. They have to create "Surf Select" teams and sell trips to Spain to their families otherwise why would anyone ever play for them? The people who can afford these trips and use these "Select" teams to visit cool places with their families do it right, anyone who thinks these teams or trips are going to get their kids to play at a high level in college are out of their minds.

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    It has nothing to do with talent, all about who they know. Surf coaches know the parents that will take the bait, hook line and sinker!
    You are absolutely correct! They blow smoke up their butts and they buy into it. The traveling to Spain gets me the most. They should take a family vacation and let their kids play 5v5 against the real talent in Spain.
    However, the politics played by the coaches will get their players awards they don’t really deserve and into places they really won’t fit in or deserve to be. It’s a setup for failure.

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    I got to have more cowbell

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    Sorry you didn’t get an invite. Maybe next year she will be good enough
    It has nothing to do with talent, all about who they know. Surf coaches know the parents that will take the bait, hook line and sinker!

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    Guess what, Surf is having their monthly select ID clinic so parents can brag that their child got selected and then spend thousands to go to San Diego or Spain. Suckers
    Sorry you didn’t get an invite. Maybe next year she will be good enough

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    Guess what, Surf is having their monthly select ID clinic so parents can brag that their child got selected and then spend thousands to go to San Diego or Spain. Suckers

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    So basically you are saying they are a glorified town team that you pay a lot for. 2007 and 2006 elite blue or whatever they call it are prob the best around but these girls are also moving to other clubs that are ecnl or ga. So yea they will go back and forth on the boards.
    Just wondering when they will get some good coaches? Have you heard the yelling that goes on at these games? Some of them shouldn’t even be around youth. No one looks like they are having fun too afraid to get moved to the c team.
    They will be a joke until they get rid of the Puma guys. SC and LR should just go all in on Pumas and see where that ends up. Mach 1 anyone?

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    I guess you can go to Bayside and watch parents yell at other people’s kids, yell at referees, and then blow their air horns and ring their cowbells on a goal. All they need is Christopher Walken asking for more cowbell.

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    So basically you are saying they are a glorified town team that you pay a lot for. 2007 and 2006 elite blue or whatever they call it are prob the best around but these girls are also moving to other clubs that are ecnl or ga. So yea they will go back and forth on the boards.
    Just wondering when they will get some good coaches? Have you heard the yelling that goes on at these games? Some of them shouldn’t even be around youth. No one looks like they are having fun too afraid to get moved to the c team.
    Parents are coaching next season, bro. We’ve had enough.

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    Really?!! If you’re talking girls, Here are the facts:

    2010- Top bracket 0-3. Lost to 2 GA and 1 ECNL team.
    2009- No teams
    2008- Top Bracket but bracket C with no GA or ECNL teams in it. Finished 1-1-1 against 2 DPL and 1 ECRL (regional) team
    2007- Top Bracket but Bracket B with no GA or ECNL teams in it. Finished 1-0-2 against 3 DPL teams
    2006- Third Bracket. Finished 3-0 against 2 national league teams and 1 ECRL team.

    RI Surf are exactly what people think they are…one of the better teams in the 3rd level of play in New England.

    1- ECNL, 2- GA, 3- Impact/ENRL/DPL
    So basically you are saying they are a glorified town team that you pay a lot for. 2007 and 2006 elite blue or whatever they call it are prob the best around but these girls are also moving to other clubs that are ecnl or ga. So yea they will go back and forth on the boards.
    Just wondering when they will get some good coaches? Have you heard the yelling that goes on at these games? Some of them shouldn’t even be around youth. No one looks like they are having fun too afraid to get moved to the c team.

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