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It's free and a MLS club. Some non MLS GDA clubs - which is almost all - aren't necessarily drawing the talent. There's going to be even bigger gaps than you see in BDA
Is NYCFC a funded girl's Academy for all the players?
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Might they go outside of the five boroughs.

http://www.empireofsoccer.com/nycfcs...nt-site-64411/
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Might they go outside of the five boroughs.

http://www.empireofsoccer.com/nycfcs...nt-site-64411/
They really need there own place
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They really need there own place
Yup...

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Hartford lol
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Was checking out a friend's son's game and noticed that NYCFC had a 'guest' player on their roster and also that the guest was born in 2002 even though the team was U15 and every other player was 2003. I'm assuming the 'guest' thing is something to allow for when players are moving between teams but it's odd that they'd allow an over-age player to play. Any insight on this?


http://www.ussoccerda.com/sam/standi...teamId=3989000
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Was checking out a friend's son's game and noticed that NYCFC had a 'guest' player on their roster and also that the guest was born in 2002 even though the team was U15 and every other player was 2003. I'm assuming the 'guest' thing is something to allow for when players are moving between teams but it's odd that they'd allow an over-age player to play. Any insight on this?


http://www.ussoccerda.com/sam/standi...teamId=3989000
I don't know if it officially started but there was talk that DA was going to allow 1-2 "small and less developed" players to play down when a club deems it appropriate. Some small kids have potential but are late growers and throwing them in to an older group with much bigger players isn't going to do them any favors. Also there are no "guest" players per say in DA but you can have developmental players. There's a whole set of regs for them

https://ussoccer.app.box.com/s/38y02...n6k5t9zonsl97s
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I don't know if it officially started but there was talk that DA was going to allow 1-2 "small and less developed" players to play down when a club deems it appropriate. Some small kids have potential but are late growers and throwing them in to an older group with much bigger players isn't going to do them any favors. Also there are no "guest" players per say in DA but you can have developmental players. There's a whole set of regs for them

https://ussoccer.app.box.com/s/38y02...n6k5t9zonsl97s
This player is on the short side so that is probably the circumstance.
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Interesting take. Perhaps an other reason for the Hartford game

https://www.hudsonriverblue.com/2017...rd-connecticut
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There is no way an older kid should be able to play down because of his size .... Such BS
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