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Surprised this thread doesn't already exist! Here's a whole new thread for people to brag, bash and bemoan all that is NY GDA! With 5 GDA clubs, my guess is this will be buzzing in no time, lol! Have a great season everyone...
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Surprised this thread doesn't already exist! Here's a whole new thread for people to brag, bash and bemoan all that is NY GDA! With 5 GDA clubs, my guess is this will be buzzing in no time, lol! Have a great season everyone...
NYCFC dominated Fury-U14/4-0, U15/4-0, U17/3-0, U19/1-1
As expected, NYCFC off to a strong start...
Fury lost some players in all age groups, to competing clubs and their sister(?) club Alby GDA. Looks like their chemistry is (way) off and they have some work to do.

LISC got clobbered by WS-Maryland-U14/7-0, U15/4-0
LISC claimed their new coaches and training, plus buffed up rosters would produce better results this year, but WS-Maryland was one of the weakest 04 teams in the region last year (when LISC earned a 1-1 draw against them). Looks like more of the same, but time will tell...

SB-NYSC faces off against Alby today, should be interesting...

No results posted on Oakwood vs EU yet
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NYCFC dominated Fury-U14/4-0, U15/4-0, U17/3-0, U19/1-1
As expected, NYCFC off to a strong start...
Fury lost some players in all age groups, to competing clubs and their sister(?) club Alby GDA. Looks like their chemistry is (way) off and they have some work to do.

LISC got clobbered by WS-Maryland-U14/7-0, U15/4-0
LISC claimed their new coaches and training, plus buffed up rosters would produce better results this year, but WS-Maryland was one of the weakest 04 teams in the region last year (when LISC earned a 1-1 draw against them). Looks like more of the same, but time will tell...

SB-NYSC faces off against Alby today, should be interesting...

No results posted on Oakwood vs EU yet
U17 was 4-0, sorry to kick a dead horse...
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NYCFC parents must be going crazy. If Fury was supposed to be their best competition this year, what are the other clubs going to look like? ECNL games are more evenly matched
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NYCFC parents must be going crazy. If Fury was supposed to be their best competition this year, what are the other clubs going to look like? ECNL games are more evenly matched
The writing was on the wall last year. None of it should be surprising. Keeping LISC, adding Alby and Seacoast (as a replacement for a much better Stars) is not a step up in competitive quality.
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Neither league is great, but we like the training at NYCFC, Her coach istough, no head-taps for effort, that is expected, and lots of grief for mental errors, my daughter has progressed greatly since this time last year, hope it continues!!!
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If this continues,this will all need to be reworked. 1 GDA and 2 ECNL on LI. If this isnít the case, this is not whatís best for the girls and US Soccer is to blame.
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This is LI. There is a gda/ecnl team and an iPhone for every player! Welcome to LI's culture of excess. Has nothing to do with us soccer. Any business that wants to can try to exploit this mindset and loads do it very successfully.
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This is LI. There is a gda/ecnl team and an iPhone for every player! Welcome to LI's culture of excess. Has nothing to do with us soccer. Any business that wants to can try to exploit this mindset and loads do it very successfully.
Stop all the nonsense. There are girls under the radar who just need the training but didnít start with elite teams at age 5. Some just want to develop and donít have national team aspirations. Where else are they going to compete with and against the better players or find improved training to local teams. Everyone is in it with different goals. Not everyone , thank goodness is NYCFC DADDY. What does GDA stand for?Girls _ __
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Stop all the nonsense. There are girls under the radar who just need the training but didnít start with elite teams at age 5. Some just want to develop and donít have national team aspirations. Where else are they going to compete with and against the better players or find improved training to local teams. Everyone is in it with different goals. Not everyone , thank goodness is NYCFC DADDY. What does GDA stand for?Girls _ __
You misunderstood. Go ahead and buy the high level training if you can afford it. But don't pretend that it is not a luxury product and there is a reason LI is viewed as a good market.
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