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Any body got news on New York Soccer Clubs getting there own fields yet?
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Anyone can get a pro team these days

http://www.soccerwire.com/notes/new-...soccer-league/
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Any body got news on New York Soccer Clubs getting there own fields yet?
I think dreams of expansion and growth for that program are pretty much over.
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I think dreams of expansion and growth for that program are pretty much over.
Is it because at the younger ages Surf is pushing into Westchester or about the NYCFC announcement? I'm genuinely curious and pretty new to soccer.
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fcw merger fcw merger fcw merger

nycfc gdap w WC = final nail in coffin
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fcw merger fcw merger fcw merger

nycfc gdap w WC = final nail in coffin
I've always thought NYSC and FCW should merge. But NYCFC getting GDA was definitely a blow to Surf in Westchester.

LMAO that LM doesn't have a club what's going on.
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I must be naive but i didnt realize that there that many parents from lower/eastern westchester or even CT that would drive over the god forsaken tappan zee bridge 3-4x per week for a 14 year old to play soccer?
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I've always thought NYSC and FCW should merge. But NYCFC getting GDA was definitely a blow to Surf in Westchester.

LMAO that LM doesn't have a club what's going on.
Surf can get it if the want it ... LOL Larry
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I must be naive but i didnt realize that there that many parents from lower/eastern westchester or even CT that would drive over the god forsaken tappan zee bridge 3-4x per week for a 14 year old to play soccer?
I am one of those crazy parents. For years drove the DD across the Outerbridge and Goethals to NJ so kid could play for the ECNL clubs. We were even crazier as we started when DD was 7 years old. Don't regret it at all.
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I must be naive but i didnt realize that there that many parents from lower/eastern westchester or even CT that would drive over the god forsaken tappan zee bridge 3-4x per week for a 14 year old to play soccer?
No need to drive the Tappen Zee. Look at all their sites. From lower CT it's an easy reverse commute vs some of the other options in CT that are further north and with the commute. If you've ever had to drive the Merritt Parkway in rush hour you pretty much want to kill yourself.

https://www.google.com/maps/d/embed?...104999998&z=10
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