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No matter. No one really cares. They will soon hippity hop on to another club as soon as they realize the coaches don't think they are all that. If they run outta clubs, they'll just start the circuit over again. The pattern is set and everyone knows the deal.
No one cares anymore.
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You have to feel bad for these kids. If they are getting beat up by piles of goals every game that has build character, you would hope, but eventually it seems like you would get beaten down. If you learn how to lose regularly, you learn how to lose.
If no one else wants to be in the league then I suppose that’s what you get.
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Thorns teams are having a great time this week in Florida playing in front of hundreds of college coaches. Club paid for all of it. Lucky girls!!
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Imagine that. Had the younger age group lists up right away but can't afford to post U15/U17 lists showing 8 or 9 players each. What a fiasco!!!
Not super desirable.
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You have to feel bad for these kids. If they are getting beat up by piles of goals every game that has build character, you would hope, but eventually it seems like you would get beaten down. If you learn how to lose regularly, you learn how to lose.
Learning to lose is an important life skill.
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Learning to lose is an important life skill.
Big difference between learning how to lose with dignity versus getting used to losing. One is good and the other is not good. These are still kids and these lessons shouldn’t get lost.
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Thorns teams are having a great time this week in Florida playing in front of hundreds of college coaches. Club paid for all of it. Lucky girls!!
Wow what a great opportunity!
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You have to feel bad for these kids. If they are getting beat up by piles of goals every game that has build character, you would hope, but eventually it seems like you would get beaten down. If you learn how to lose regularly, you learn how to lose.
Experience losing is important for later in life. I’d think it would be good in the big picture of life.
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No one cares anymore.
You should make t-shirts that say that on the front and sell them around the holidays. You could make a killing.
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You should make t-shirts that say that on the front and sell them around the holidays. You could make a killing.
That is a great idea. Sell them for $49.99 each.
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