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DA: Poo

Usys: poo

Ecnl: poo


Itís 100% likely that the top 33% of each association isnít poo and the remaining 67% of each is poo.


And no Oregon club is ever.....ever in the top 33%. Ever.

No girls team in history has ever been in the real top 33% ever.

Let that sink in.

So now, you all are trying to say whoís poo smells worse.

If you take this example to heart you might want to ensure that your kid has a coach who knows what they are doing and gives somewhat of af and they enjoy their team.

Period
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When I watch the US Men's National Team

"I cannot believe someone chose these players to represent the US. Some of them are technically skilled, but they have no creativity. They all look miserable to be there. They are boring. They are not effective. They are not fun. They get beat by teams from countries that are the size of Tacoma. It feels like punishment to watch them. Please make it stop. USSF should be ashamed of this miserable team"
Why are they so bad?

Iíve been watching the menís team for 20+ years and I have no idea who Eddie is. Kind of like One of those B level guys that nobody cares about.
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Why are they so bad?

Iíve been watching the menís team for 20+ years and I have no idea who Eddie is. Kind of like One of those B level guys that nobody cares about.
That pretty much describes most of the USMNT.
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I guess since you didnít even attempt to dispute a single fact in my post you are conceding Iím correct. Big of you.
I'll concede your listing of the Thorns coaches is more or less correct, though much of that information is available on the website.

The rest of your post is speculation. But it was entertaining--your listing of the Thorns staff reminded me of a jilted boyfriend calling out his exes one by one, with spit flying out of his mouth in indignant rage as he pounds the wall.

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And in typical TS fashion your only response is ďOh yeah! Youíre just as bad!Ē
All of the local girls' soccer teams are "bad" compared to programs elsewhere. Mainly because the talent pool here is shallow. Perhaps better coaches than are up here gravitate to socal, where the opportunities are better. Oh well--if you want to be on Broadway, you have to first move to New York.

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Except my kid never did ecnl or academy. We didnít fall for either crewís snake oil. That being said Eddie is full of poo.
He is? Some of you above are ignorant (or flat out lying) about his career--he has 63 caps and 19 goals for the senior team, and had a lengthy professional career, including some time at Fulham and Cardiff. He only appeared in one World Cup (2006), but "only with USMNT for one year" is simply not true.

He knows good soccer when he sees it.

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GDA has produced a product so laughably weak in spite of stacking the deck in their favor in virtually every way possible. No one has any room to criticize. When you make your program virtually free in some cases, and you rig the system so the only path to youth national teams is through your program, and you STILL canít corner the market? You have a poo product.
High school. Girls are actually smart--they know that their chances of making the NT are slim, and the chances at making big money playing professional soccer slimmer, so why not play in the league that allows them to do HS. Plus it's an upper class sport in this country--they can afford it, and the high sticker price keeps out the riff raff.
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That pretty much describes most of the USMNT.
Because our best athletes play football. And we watched their showcase on Monday night, on ESPN.
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DA: Poo

So now, you all are trying to say whoís poo smells worse.
Without poo comparisons TS wouldn't have any traffic.
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When I watch the US Men's National Team

"I cannot believe someone chose these players to represent the US. Some of them are technically skilled, but they have no creativity. They all look miserable to be there. They are boring. They are not effective. They are not fun. They get beat by teams from countries that are the size of Tacoma. It feels like punishment to watch them. Please make it stop. USSF should be ashamed of this miserable team"
Who is Eddie Johnson?

So anyone who gets called up and spends any time on a national team, even if they are not very effective as a player, is now an important voice in girls youth soccer?

Maybe someone should politely point out to him that nobody cares what he thinks.
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