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Lots of questionable club picks for GDA. But there's plenty of boys clubs that don't belong either. One of the biggest flaws of DA is it's far too big, so by necessity USSF has to allow in mediocre clubs. I'm, not saying NYSC is one of them - I think they're quite good - but no matter what, all this is doing is diluting talent and resources.
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Thanks. I asked because I ran across a SUSA's Alber tweet. Apparently he's pissed a "start up club" got the GDA, and not one who offered free tuition to all GDA participants. I'm assuming the former is Long Island SC and the latter is SUSA. Check it out: @ISAGirlsNY
He sold his organization at a hefty profit to a big for-profit enterprise so he's the last one to be complaining about anything concerning money.

Besides, there is no such thing as "free" tuition. "free" just means that the other paying customers are paying extra.
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Thanks. I asked because I ran across a SUSA's Alber tweet. Apparently he's pissed a "start up club" got the GDA, and not one who offered free tuition to all GDA participants. I'm assuming the former is Long Island SC and the latter is SUSA. Check it out: @ISAGirlsNY
Why can't they still offer free tuition if that is important? I am sure SUSA could look around and find worthy candidates to sponsor as DA players.
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He sold his organization at a hefty profit to a big for-profit enterprise so he's the last one to be complaining about anything concerning money.

Besides, there is no such thing as "free" tuition. "free" just means that the other paying customers are paying extra.
Lots of shenanigans at play. It was first given to East Meadow, then somehow EM gave it to LI SC. Question is how did that happen, and where's the transparency in giving it to a non-existent club?
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The FURY gda has been club for at least a few weeks. Get your checkbooks ready and go play there.
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could be referring to Cosmos - which is a brand new start up in only 2nd year now
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Thanks. I asked because I ran across a SUSA's Alber tweet. Apparently he's pissed a "start up club" got the GDA, and not one who offered free tuition to all GDA participants. I'm assuming the former is Long Island SC and the latter is SUSA. Check it out: @ISAGirlsNY
Raper is the Match Fit Girl's ECNL Director.
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So how did tryouts go last night for NY SC DA?
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So how did tryouts go last night for NY SC DA?
Anyone get an acceptance yet?
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Anyone get an acceptance yet?
2003 boys got em 2 or 3 weeks ago.
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