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Another article about it, though pretty much a rip off of the FC Barcelona statement.

https://www.soccernation.com/fc-barc...demy-new-york/
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Suffolk county is big. Will be challenging to to serve the tri-state area there - even in the western part of the county.
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Suffolk county is big. Will be challenging to to serve the tri-state area there - even in the western part of the county.
Yeah, no one will travel through NYC to get there. The old Pilgrim State mental hospital grounds would be perfect for any large scale sporting facility but this whole thing is kind of a joke.
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Another article about it, though pretty much a rip off of the FC Barcelona statement.

https://www.soccernation.com/fc-barc...demy-new-york/
Wow! Valencia and now Barca on LI. Impressive, but LI is so damn completely watered down now.
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Click the link, its real. Larry is gonna cry. Between Valencia and Barca Surf is done.
Shoulda went to Westchester
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Wow! Valencia and now Barca on LI. Impressive, but LI is so damn completely watered down now.
Barca is 2003s and younger only.
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This is crazy...how many facilities are going to be built on LI, espeically Suffolk?

SUSA is suppsosedly building a mega complex in Islip (7 fields)
Paul Riley is supposedly building a huge complex in Kings Park
Valencia is going to build something in Nassau
Now Barcelona is going have 10 fields and indoor space as well. Anyone have any idea where in Suffolk this is supposedly happening? It would need to be in Western Suffolk to really attract Nassau players.
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Barca is 2003s and younger only.
Starting younger to develop. Not interested in older kids just for money. Real club.
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Very strange. Such a late announcement when many players have already committed for 1718 and why LI? Perhaps year 1 is just to work out some details and year 2 will be the major push for talent.
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Very strange. Such a late announcement when many players have already committed for 1718 and why LI? Perhaps year 1 is just to work out some details and year 2 will be the major push for talent.
$$$$$!!!
Put the Barcelona name out front and you could have a cow teaching the kids would pay.

Youth soccer has become big business in the US. There's no serious end product. The means and the end are one in the same. The actual products being sold are illusions and dreams.
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