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08-23-2017 09:01 PM
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They have been telling their families that for years. Fake news.
Agree. The other bit you hear from them is that they will have their own fields. Heard that first 5 years ago ... (fields were going to be on the owner's land in Bedford) ... and it still comes up now and again.
08-14-2017 06:41 PM
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I think they will. Question is will they need to wait until FCW loses theirs
FCW isn't a top club but it isn't bottom of the barrel all the time either. Usually relegation is for consistently underperforming clubs that have been on probation. But the two clubs are very close geographically making it difficult to justify having both
08-14-2017 12:27 PM
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well NYSC was 1 of only 7 clubs who were granted U15 expanded academy status last year. they have produced 7 USNT players last few years and head was named director/coach of the year last year. I think empty promises more an issue at FC. I think chances pretty good NYSC will eventually get the U16 and u18 academy with that record.
I think they will. Question is will they need to wait until FCW loses theirs
08-14-2017 12:15 PM
Unregistered well NYSC was 1 of only 7 clubs who were granted U15 expanded academy status last year. they have produced 7 USNT players last few years and head was named director/coach of the year last year. I think empty promises more an issue at FC. I think chances pretty good NYSC will eventually get the U16 and u18 academy with that record.
08-12-2017 02:57 PM
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Coaches at NYSC r telling families that they will b getting full DA status as early as next year.
They have been telling their families that for years. Fake news.
08-12-2017 02:37 PM
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Well, they couldn't possibly know that right now, so at best they're misleading, at worst they're lying.
Well maybe they know they're APPLYING? lol. Take promises like that from any club with massive doses of salt.
08-12-2017 02:34 PM
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Coaches at NYSC r telling families that they will b getting full DA status as early as next year.
Well, they couldn't possibly know that right now, so at best they're misleading, at worst they're lying.
08-12-2017 08:18 AM
Unregistered Coaches at NYSC r telling families that they will b getting full DA status as early as next year.
08-11-2017 02:51 PM
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How do you get that FCW is "underperforming"? Didn't their U16 make the national playoffs this year and they just had a kid named conference-best. And alum McNamara was just named to national team. Their younger teams won some State cups this year and most of their teams finish solidly middle of pack or better in each respective division. Just because they have had some coaching turnouver doesn't make them "underperforming".
But if the new coaching isn't as good as or better then over time it will have a negative impact. Some of the ones who left were well liked.

Also it isn't just about market density. Non MLS clubs cannot keep their top players - they get picked up by MLS clubs. Even just losing a few players to MLS not only hurts team performance but perpetuates the perception that non MLS isn't as good. FCW will continue to lose players to NYCFC and even Red Bulls. Yes it's a big market but there's two free-to-play clubs right in their back yard. Players on the bubble or the ones who don't want to give up HS can go to NYSC, MSC or other solid clubs.
08-11-2017 02:25 PM
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How do you get that FCW is "underperforming"? Didn't their U16 make the national playoffs this year and they just had a kid named conference-best. And alum McNamara was just named to national team. Their younger teams won some State cups this year and most of their teams finish solidly middle of pack or better in each respective division. Just because they have had some coaching turnouver doesn't make them "underperforming".
McNamara got a call up to camp but he didn't make the 23 man roster. He last played for FCW in 2008 time frame. Not a good predictor for the "success" of FCW.
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