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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2961849]To be honest, all these leagues are like the old days of boxing where every other month a new boxing Ďfederation, conference, etcí will come out and give away new title belts to their boxers rather than go and beat the champion of other federations. All is/was a money making machine and in Jax thatís all we are. 4-5 clubs all with pro/cons and all with a single goal in mind $$$. Maybe more WWE than boxing to be honest with all the coaches characters we have here.

Most kids at Ďcompetitiveí level should be playing at rec level on local fields with no travel needed but all clubs wants the $$ and donít dare be honest with parents that 95% of the kids suck at this AND they donít have the proper coaches to develop them and the parents/kids donít have the discipline to put the hours and effort needed to be true top D1 talent.[/QUOTE]

Kids develop at different stages in their lives and to keep them around rec players would never allow them to stretch and become something.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2961864]Kids develop at different stages in their lives and to keep them around rec players would never allow them to stretch and become something.[/QUOTE]

Agreed, but when FESA sells every kid on competitive soccer costing 10 times more than rec, forms 4-5 teams an age group then gives you a walking stiff in a tracksuit as a coach, they are simply looking to fleece money out of as many folks as possible to finance the ECNL coaches. If a rec kid shows potential have them move to a B team but the club is just comical in how it tries to bull$h1t people. All these directors who should be used car salesmen and have actually had zero success as soccer coaches.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2961886]Agreed, but when FESA sells every kid on competitive soccer costing 10 times more than rec, forms 4-5 teams an age group then gives you a walking stiff in a tracksuit as a coach, they are simply looking to fleece money out of as many folks as possible to finance the ECNL coaches. If a rec kid shows potential have them move to a B team but the club is just comical in how it tries to bull$h1t people. All these directors who should be used car salesmen and have actually had zero success as soccer coaches.[/QUOTE]

UEFA A license coach National coach of the year. That is just the beginning for Bubb. There is much more but that already beats any coach in the state of FL. Mic drop !!! Enough said. Ssssshhhh !
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2961944]UEFA A license coach National coach of the year. That is just the beginning for Bubb. There is much more but that already beats any coach in the state of FL. Mic drop !!! Enough said. Ssssshhhh ![/QUOTE]

Albertoís got that same license. Guess itís not hard to get if the U9 girls B team coach has one! GTFOH! Just the beginning, 6 years after he arrived in FL. maybe needs another 6 right?
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2961946]Albertoís got that same license. Guess itís not hard to get if the U9 girls B team coach has one! GTFOH! Just the beginning, 6 years after he arrived in FL. maybe needs another 6 right?[/QUOTE]

Who is this guy. Dude what are you spouting. Crawl back down your hole you insect.
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These college signings FESA is hyping on their social media. It's downright embarrassing these no-name schools nobody knew even existed. And they probably are not even getting much of a scholarship. Is this the best FESA can do for being such a large club with so called "great coaching"? Sort of reinforces the reputation of FESA not really developing its players to much of a pathway. Meh.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2961946]Albertoís got that same license. Guess itís not hard to get if the U9 girls B team coach has one! GTFOH! Just the beginning, 6 years after he arrived in FL. maybe needs another 6 right?[/QUOTE]

It's a mail-order, dime a dozen license in Europe. Nothing like the U.S. A license version that takes hard work and some intelligence, neither of which Alberto bring much of.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2962036]These college signings FESA is hyping on their social media. It's downright embarrassing these no-name schools nobody knew even existed. And they probably are not even getting much of a scholarship. Is this the best FESA can do for being such a large club with so called "great coaching"? Sort of reinforces the reputation of FESA not really developing its players to much of a pathway. Meh.[/QUOTE]

Emmanuel college and Suffolk university are the two latest. So much for the best program in the south east US! Trinity baptist is on the look out too. Expect commitments soon... watch this space........
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2961944]UEFA A license coach National coach of the year. That is just the beginning for Bubb. There is much more but that already beats any coach in the state of FL. Mic drop !!! Enough said. Ssssshhhh ![/QUOTE]

But both of his children are not very good at school.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2962042]Emmanuel college and Suffolk university are the two latest. So much for the best program in the south east US! Trinity baptist is on the look out too. Expect commitments soon... watch this space........[/QUOTE]

JFC, how many boys college commitments do you average a year? 3, maybe 5 at best and you have 1000+ boys in your program. Youíve claimed to put how many kids into the proís? 5 kids? And youíve been around in North Florida 30+ years? You pushed more girls into college then boys but all due to the hard work and connections of Mike Walker and Eric Dade. Ryan Patridge a distant 3rd that have helped many of the girls that have committed in the last couple of years. All three DOCs that have been pushed out by your daddy board members that pretend to know what they are doing. Stop trying to take credit and stop pretending that itís because of you, kids are committing to college. All the 02/03 girls know that it is because of MW and EDs hard work over the last 4-5 years.
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