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Silent-Knight 01-03-2015 06:38 PM

Club change mid season
 
This will probably turn into a major flame topic, but here goes. My child is a training player on a premier team. But has the opportunity to become a roster-ed player with another club. There is no guarantee my child will make the roster in the winter indoor season or the spring with her current team. But, is guaranteed a spot now with the other. Does anyone know what the potential ramifications of her current team could be and what is everyone's opinion on a mid-season move like this?

Unregistered 01-03-2015 07:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Silent-Knight (Post 1445821)
This will probably turn into a major flame topic, but here goes. My child is a training player on a premier team. But has the opportunity to become a roster-ed player with another club. There is no guarantee my child will make the roster in the winter indoor season or the spring with her current team. But, is guaranteed a spot now with the other. Does anyone know what the potential ramifications of her current team could be and what is everyone's opinion on a mid-season move like this?

Its about your kid who cares about her current team , she isnt on it
If the training is similar but she will get games go for it
If she is getting better training now stay and try out for a few teams in june

Unregistered 01-03-2015 07:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Silent-Knight (Post 1445821)
This will probably turn into a major flame topic, but here goes. My child is a training player on a premier team. But has the opportunity to become a roster-ed player with another club. There is no guarantee my child will make the roster in the winter indoor season or the spring with her current team. But, is guaranteed a spot now with the other. Does anyone know what the potential ramifications of her current team could be and what is everyone's opinion on a mid-season move like this?

Go have her play the game. Being a "training" player is absurd. To train with a team and not play serves no purpose. Go talk to the coach and get the bottom line. You and your kid are being led along.

SoccerDadinCT 01-03-2015 08:03 PM

I agree. Overall, the training is not so different team to team. But you can't not have your kid play games. Would seem like a fast track to not enjoying the game if all one did was train. I'm not going to say you are being led along, because you did agree to it. But obviously you see it isn't work out. Good luck.

Unregistered 01-03-2015 08:04 PM

Go to the new team. It's about PLAYING the game. Training is a money grab and waste of the player's time. If they were going to take her on the roster, they would've taken her on the roster. Good luck.

Unregistered 01-03-2015 08:42 PM

Go to the new team and don't look back. At a minimum, it gives her some game experience. Training is the "work" aspect of the game. Games are the fun part where your player can showcase what they've learned. Don't waste yourcl daughters time on being a training player

Unregistered 01-03-2015 09:30 PM

let her decide

Silent-Knight 01-03-2015 09:31 PM

Thank you for your replies. She is not a big fan of her current team and didn't want to wait any longer to play. She has gone and practiced with the club she wants to join. They accepted her right away like she had been playing with them for years. She only has one or two acquaintances on the current team and is willing to leave to play and not just practice. We think we know which path to take, but wanted other's opinions. Thank you again to those who replied.

Unregistered 01-03-2015 10:44 PM

Please
 
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Originally Posted by Silent-Knight (Post 1445887)
Thank you for your replies. She is not a big fan of her current team and didn't want to wait any longer to play. She has gone and practiced with the club she wants to join. They accepted her right away like she had been playing with them for years. She only has one or two acquaintances on the current team and is willing to leave to play and not just practice. We think we know which path to take, but wanted other's opinions. Thank you again to those who replied.

Please don't bad mouth Yankee on the way out

Unregistered 01-03-2015 11:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 1445909)
Please don't bad mouth Yankee on the way out

Does YU have practice players?
She may be going to YU


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