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Armada has been granted the final boys DA age group (U18/U19) beginning next year thanks to the hard work of JAYFC players, coaches, administrators, and parents! This is fantastic news for boys in NE Florida and the surrounding areas that dream of playing soccer at the highest level. Players can now take part in all of the advantages of the DA program beginning at U12 and continuing all the way through their youth development and playing career.
Congrats and thanks to all involved in this great accomplishment!

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Weird, I heard a rumor the Armada was losing boys DA and it was going to FESA because the Armada DA teams are at the bottom of the tables. Doesn’t seem likely they would get another age group if that was in fact the case.
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Over 40 seniors at FESA have signed.


Counting all your "partner clubs" that you nothing to do with their development. Nice!
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Weird, I heard a rumor the Armada was losing boys DA and it was going to FESA because the Armada DA teams are at the bottom of the tables. Doesn’t seem likely they would get another age group if that was in fact the case.

Because FESA starts those rumors. The exaggerate, embellish and flat out make up sh!t to swing opinion. Aside from the Armada fairy tale they also like to say they are merging with Clay.

All in a effort to keep players from leaving them and to attract new ones.
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Because FESA starts those rumors. The exaggerate, embellish and flat out make up sh!t to swing opinion. Aside from the Armada fairy tale they also like to say they are merging with Clay.

All in a effort to keep players from leaving them and to attract new ones.
Yet Armada players keep leaving for Clay and FESA, except the DA boys. Hmmmmm.
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Yet Armada players keep leaving for Clay and FESA, except the DA boys. Hmmmmm.


Yeah, keep drinking lustre queen.
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Yet Armada players keep leaving for Clay and FESA, except the DA boys. Hmmmmm.
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Veterans Park - home of the wanna be's and fake travel agents.
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Armada has been granted the final boys DA age group (U18/U19) beginning next year thanks to the hard work of JAYFC players, coaches, administrators, and parents! This is fantastic news for boys in NE Florida and the surrounding areas that dream of playing soccer at the highest level. Players can now take part in all of the advantages of the DA program beginning at U12 and continuing all the way through their youth development and playing career.
Congrats and thanks to all involved in this great accomplishment!

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Grateful and happy Armada DA parent!
Great news! I know the current U17’s (01’s) were hopeful they would get to keep playing in the DA program. Looks like now they can.
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Weird, I heard a rumor the Armada was losing boys DA and it was going to FESA because the Armada DA teams are at the bottom of the tables. Doesn’t seem likely they would get another age group if that was in fact the case.
So I heard a little different story. We are considering looking into/trying out for DA. I asked a FESA Director for his opinion and to get more of a pros and cons list from him. I of course expected his answer to be biased. I was told the FESA turned down boys DA for next year, because boys ECNL will be the better league in another year or 2. Supposedly the new US Soccer leadership is already ******* off some of the big clubs like MLS and some are leaving DA already. He said that Armada knew that this would happen which is why they accepted the invite to ECNL even though they already have DA. I couldn’t find any info that agreed with what he said. Did I just get fed a line of BS?
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So I heard a little different story. We are considering looking into/trying out for DA. I asked a FESA Director for his opinion and to get more of a pros and cons list from him. I of course expected his answer to be biased. I was told the FESA turned down boys DA for next year, because boys ECNL will be the better league in another year or 2. Supposedly the new US Soccer leadership is already ******* off some of the big clubs like MLS and some are leaving DA already. He said that Armada knew that this would happen which is why they accepted the invite to ECNL even though they already have DA. I couldn’t find any info that agreed with what he said. Did I just get fed a line of BS?

How can tell you got fed BS? SB's lips were moving. Anything that comes from FESA is BS. They applied for DA and were rejected. That is a fact and only deniable by FESA because, well they're FESA.

Armada accepting boys ECNL makes sense financially for the club, not out of any fear of DA going away.
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