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We live in the Northern part of NJ. Does not make sense for my daughter to tryout for 2010 Match fix or 2010 CSA. What 2010 girls teams in the north of NJ have the same caliber as those two teams?
Whatever you do stay away from CSA, work in progress on the girls side. You may have a good experience you may not, total crap shoot
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We live in the Northern part of NJ. Does not make sense for my daughter to tryout for 2010 Match fix or 2010 CSA. What 2010 girls teams in the north of NJ have the same caliber as those two teams?
I guess it depends on where and how far you want to travel. You can go to WC, STA, or PDA. Torpedoes may also be an option.
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There's an entire thread about him already. Make your own call from there. http://talking-soccer.com/TS4/showthread.php?t=165918
I have yet to find a glowing endorsement about any youth coach at the early ages for girls. All I see is this guy stinks that one is worse. Who in fact are the good decent legit coaches/trainers?
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At the youngest ages PDA historically has had a tremendous program. STA, has also done well. MFA a few years ago hired some really well regarded coaches for their youth program. NJ Crush always has good younger teams, not sure which coChws are there now. There are many smaller clubs with excellent coaches.
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I have yet to find a glowing endorsement about any youth coach at the early ages for girls. All I see is this guy stinks that one is worse. Who in fact are the good decent legit coaches/trainers?
Coach Tom at CSA Monmouth is loved by players and parents. He is an excellent coach/trainer and great guy.
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Coach Tom at CSA Monmouth is loved by players and parents. He is an excellent coach/trainer and great guy.
And last Fall he was constantly on here posting that he was looking for a 2020 keeper.

So this is probably him posting talking about how great he is. 😜
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Coach Tom at CSA Monmouth is loved by players and parents. He is an excellent coach/trainer and great guy.
We have played against his teams for years, and hes really a class act and a great coach. Unfortunately, the CSA Monmouth program is a mess right now.
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We have played against his teams for years, and hes really a class act and a great coach. Unfortunately, the CSA Monmouth program is a mess right now.
At this age, I think it is very important to find a coach that invests in your Ds development. Many clubs have their flaws, but if the coach is developing and training the girls at a high level those flaws can be overlooked. You have to examine what your priorities are for this age because in a year those priorities may change and so may your club and coach. I also agree, Coach Tom has a great reputation.
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At this age, I think it is very important to find a coach that invests in your Ds development. Many clubs have their flaws, but if the coach is developing and training the girls at a high level those flaws can be overlooked. You have to examine what your priorities are for this age because in a year those priorities may change and so may your club and coach. I also agree, Coach Tom has a great reputation.
He is the one guy who has impressed me in the age group. Positive approach to coaching instead of coaching by fear and yelling. Nice to hear these positive post. Also of note the club at this age is a big who cares. Let them play and have fun. This is t the World Cup and the main thing should be to foster a love for the game and not turning them off for some obvious reasons.
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We have played against his teams for years, and hes really a class act and a great coach. Unfortunately, the CSA Monmouth program is a mess right now.
Agree the place does not have a good reputation...you wonder how nice people like Coach Tom end up at places like that. Place needs a lot of help and leadership. Instead they are slowly pushing out some of their most experienced coaches like Greg W. What is going on?
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