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2 Weeks Ago 02:16 PM
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Stats stats and more stats what are we trying to prove here people
Trying to prove that everyone keeps their own tables, I guess!

Mine is slightly different

WashT. 39pts
Westside 25pts
Capital. 25pts
BSC. 25pts
Crossfire. 22pts
FCP. 19pts
Eastside. 1pt
2 Weeks Ago 03:45 AM
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Check your GP stats. Not possible for WashT to have 36 points from only 11 games (3x11 = 33).
Stats stats and more stats what are we trying to prove here people
4 Weeks Ago 03:31 PM
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Pts gp gf ga gd
washington timbers 36 11 47 15 32

westside timbers 26 13 36 32 4

capital fc timbers 26 14 43 26 17

bsc 26 13 29 22 7

crossfire oregon 20 14 36 32 4

fc portland 16 15 30 32 -2

eastside timbers 2 17 12 60 -48
Check your GP stats. Not possible for WashT to have 36 points from only 11 games (3x11 = 33).
4 Weeks Ago 03:10 PM
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B04 ussda standings

Pts gp gf ga gd
washington timbers 36 11 47 15 32

westside timbers 26 13 36 32 4

capital fc timbers 26 14 43 26 17

bsc 26 13 29 22 7

crossfire oregon 20 14 36 32 4

fc portland 16 15 30 32 -2

eastside timbers 2 17 12 60 -48
03-14-2018 06:34 PM
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The question concerned the DoC, not a staff-level coach. Presumably, a DoC will be relatively immune from a parent's threats. (In some clubs, wealthy or well-connected families may have an "in" with the board of directors and may be able to cause problems; in well-run clubs the soccer staff is insulated from this).

At a well-run club, the parents are told, in no uncertain terms, that soccer decisions are up to the coach.

And sometimes parents and families leave. Occasionally you see a major exodus of an entire team.
The DoC gets a pay check, it's paid for in dues. Parents pay the dues, some of them based on how much a club wins
03-13-2018 07:44 PM
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Parent tells the employee "there's plenty of other places to work if you don't want to do what your families want"
The question concerned the DoC, not a staff-level coach. Presumably, a DoC will be relatively immune from a parent's threats. (In some clubs, wealthy or well-connected families may have an "in" with the board of directors and may be able to cause problems; in well-run clubs the soccer staff is insulated from this).

At a well-run club, the parents are told, in no uncertain terms, that soccer decisions are up to the coach.

And sometimes parents and families leave. Occasionally you see a major exodus of an entire team.
03-13-2018 06:33 PM
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Tell the parent "if you don't like how this club is run, there are plenty of other clubs to choose from".
Parent tells the employee "there's plenty of other places to work if you don't want to do what your families want"
03-13-2018 06:18 PM
Unregistered The parents donít run our club. We are not about the wind at this age. That expectation is set forever. Parents are welcome to leave.
03-13-2018 04:50 PM
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Sad but true. I have a kid who is small and was cut from a club he was with since he was 8 because of it ("he's not going to be able to keep up with the pace"). He's at a different club, playing in a lower division, but actually getting proper training, not being ignored while the bigger kids get the head coaches attention for being older and bigger. I can't put too much blame on the coaches though, every parent meeting all that was talked about was how to improve the wins and standings. What's a DoC to do when the customer asks for wins?
Tell the parent "if you don't like how this club is run, there are plenty of other clubs to choose from".
03-13-2018 04:13 PM
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Sad but true. I have a kid who is small and was cut from a club he was with since he was 8 because of it ("he's not going to be able to keep up with the pace"). He's at a different club, playing in a lower division, but actually getting proper training, not being ignored while the bigger kids get the head coaches attention for being older and bigger. I can't put too much blame on the coaches though, every parent meeting all that was talked about was how to improve the wins and standings. What's a DoC to do when the customer asks for wins?
Educate the Customer.

Think of customers as members, instead of customers.

It a club, not Burger King.
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