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I know I shouldn't care, but it pisses me off that the Academy kids do it and it pisses me off more that NYCSL lets them.

It takes spots away from eligible kids who are supposedly getting top notch training with their teams.

And in Westchester, at least, it's the same Academy kids doing PDP and RDS and every other tryout based program.
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If its an nycsl program, why isnt it reserved for nycsl kids from nycsl clubs? I don't get it.
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If its an nycsl program, why isnt it reserved for nycsl kids from nycsl clubs? I don't get it.
NYCSL and CCSL kids make up most of their players but it's still an inclusive program. Why should talented players from elsewhere be excluded? My player has done it for two years and I could give a **** where the players come from
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NYCSL and CCSL kids make up most of their players but it's still an inclusive program. Why should talented players from elsewhere be excluded? My player has done it for two years and I could give a **** where the players come from
Actually at the higher level tournament teams most of players are academy kids.
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I know I shouldn't care, but it pisses me off that the Academy kids do it and it pisses me off more that NYCSL lets them.

It takes spots away from eligible kids who are supposedly getting top notch training with their teams.

And in Westchester, at least, it's the same Academy kids doing PDP and RDS and every other tryout based program.
Does Nycsl know who is DA or not? They may not, or may not know all of them. If it is open to anyone then it isn't their job to regulate what DA players are doing. It's the DA clubs that should be monitoring their own players. Outside training isn't allowed first of all. And if DA is so great then why are players seeking training outside of DA?
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Does Nycsl know who is DA or not? They may not, or may not know all of them. If it is open to anyone then it isn't their job to regulate what DA players are doing. It's the DA clubs that should be monitoring their own players. Outside training isn't allowed first of all. And if DA is so great then why are players seeking training outside of DA?
They know because the boys are very talented and don’t have NYCSL cards. They get invites to try out and the invites are supposedly generated by the coaches nominations that are made by the coaches of both teams after every NYCSL game. Also, many of them did it appropriately in prior seasons and they’re on auto-invite.

I think it happens because the parents are selfish and want every possible minute of premier training for their boys without regards to who it’s intended for or who they are unfairly denying an opportunity.

I know some of the parents that do this and they’re not a-holes — they just have blinders on when it comes to their kids.
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They know because the boys are very talented and don’t have NYCSL cards. They get invites to try out and the invites are supposedly generated by the coaches nominations that are made by the coaches of both teams after every NYCSL game. Also, many of them did it appropriately in prior seasons and they’re on auto-invite.

I think it happens because the parents are selfish and want every possible minute of premier training for their boys without regards to who it’s intended for or who they are unfairly denying an opportunity.

I know some of the parents that do this and they’re not a-holes — they just have blinders on when it comes to their kids.

So in other words your kid didn't get a spot? Take up your complaints with NYCSL directly as complaining on an anonymous chat board will get you nowhere
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So in other words your kid didn't get a spot? Take up your complaints with NYCSL directly as complaining on an anonymous chat board will get you nowhere
Yes, this board is reserved only for those who bash clubs, coaches and players. Any legitimate concerns are not permitted.
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So in other words your kid didn't get a spot? Take up your complaints with NYCSL directly as complaining on an anonymous chat board will get you nowhere
Yes, obviously. I thought any reasonably intelligent reader would have immediately gathered that from the first post.
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how much is the winter session? anybody know the nights and times of the brentwood and queens village winter trainings?
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