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Thinking about Charlotte Independence? Think again

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    Thinking about Charlotte Independence? Think again

    Had the worst experience with this club last season.

    False promises, money grab, unauthorized payments, pushing useless college camps, horrible communication, bad coaching for the highest level,...

    Go better to a different club when you want you child being developed for real and save your money. Your are welcome !!!

    #2
    Doesn`t that basically describe any of the big clubs?

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      #3
      That is true.

      But this took it to the next level.

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        #4
        Aren`t they like the third tier club in Charlotte now?

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          #5
          Charlotte FC is clearly in some age groups the leader and what comes after it?

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            #6
            I was thinking there were more, but I guess those clubs are all part of CISC now. We did not play any Charlotte teams this year. Any thing to Queen City Mutiny? I saw they got MLS Next.

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              #7
              QCM lost many players to the MLS academy but are rebuilding with MLS Next this new season.

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                #8
                Qcm

                My boys play for Queen City Mutiny. We have loved our time at the club. A lot less politics, focus on player development, they push the kids but are supportive, they donít yell at them, and play against top notch competition. The focus is on ball movement, solid defense, and using the field. The MLS next will now provide great competition and opportunity for growth. We have lost a decent amount of players to Charlotte FC and for a small club that speaks volumes.

                One drawback with MLS is there will be more travel than usual as the geographic region is larger. I have also noticed a lot of kids trying out across age groups after the mls announcement so I would contact them quick if youíre interested.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
                  My boys play for Queen City Mutiny. We have loved our time at the club. A lot less politics, focus on player development, they push the kids but are supportive, they donít yell at them, and play against top notch competition. The focus is on ball movement, solid defense, and using the field. The MLS next will now provide great competition and opportunity for growth. We have lost a decent amount of players to Charlotte FC and for a small club that speaks volumes.

                  One drawback with MLS is there will be more travel than usual as the geographic region is larger. I have also noticed a lot of kids trying out across age groups after the mls announcement so I would contact them quick if youíre interested.
                  Coming from one of the top 2 Charlotte teams, we already did that and are now a part of the QCM 06's. Great unknown about the team strength because the other big clubs around tried to lock up their players as early as possible.

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                    #10
                    Is it pretty common as kids get older to be locked in to a team prior to tryouts? We are not in Charlotte, our area has two clubs. How does one go about switching. Do you reach out to the club you want to switch too? The tryouts were the same day so we had to make a decision prior to tryouts.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
                      Is it pretty common as kids get older to be locked in to a team prior to tryouts? We are not in Charlotte, our area has two clubs. How does one go about switching. Do you reach out to the club you want to switch too? The tryouts were the same day so we had to make a decision prior to tryouts.
                      The most important thing is to find the best coach possible. Do your research and make a move when needed. Tryouts are usually spread over a few days and just use a day or so trying out for the other team. Don't pay the commitment fee before you made a final decision. Good luck.

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                        #12
                        CISC is forcing hard for their extra fee college scouting crap. Pay up daddy.

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