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I'm contemplating numerous academies for my son. I went down to where SUSA trains at the Baymen Soccer Fields in Sayville (before the snow). For one, all the money that goes for registration and there is no lights! With older players and after school activities, how can they run an academy off of those fields? Secondly, I saw of group of players (20 or more), with only 1 Trainer. That is a horrible ratio. I even asked a parent if that was an academy team and they advised "yes". Maybe when they open this new complex it will be better. Until than I will move on!
They will bring portable lights at Baymen also they will be training in Commack at Jewish Y will have lights.
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They will bring portable lights at Baymen also they will be training in Commack at Jewish Y will have lights.
Jewish Y? OMG that is worse than an elementary school.
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Jewish Y? OMG that is worse than an elementary school.
Wait to you see where Barca is practicing. Turf conditions that can cause havoc on players legs.
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What about Barca? I think everyone knows where Barca is training due to the latest comic strip. lol!
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Wait to you see where Barca is practicing. Turf conditions that can cause havoc on players legs.
It's funny how that was a great facility while it was a BOTN sponsor ...
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It's funny how that was a great facility while it was a BOTN sponsor ...
Have you ever played in the back yard? Itís comparable to Eisenhower dirt fields.
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Have you ever played in the back yard? Itís comparable to Eisenhower dirt fields.
I don't particularly like the place. I just find it funny that it goes from bad to awesome to bad based on whether LM is cashing checks from them or not.
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