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Old 04-23-2018
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still da, same da showcases same national team scouts
not the same coaches players teams and scouts sorry your are incorrect
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EE is finally letting his ego down and contemplating of the overall soccer landscape in the West Palm Beach and Broward area by convening a substantial pow-wow and profit sharing strategy and approach to put this afresh strategic allegiance. Long overdue, for these clubs to join forces for the best avenue for players versus holding talent and we all know at the end of the day itís about proceeds $$$$. EE old attitude and mindset fancying the talent and new player $$$ vs. making it a win-win for all parties (clubs) involved.

Meeting will be held by Boca United and invitees are "rumored" to be there. EE has extended a peace branch.

Team Boca
Schulz Soccer
Parkland SC
Coral Springs FC
West Palm Beach United
South Florida Elite
Palm Beach Soccer Academy
Brazilian Twisters
*Boynton Knights (already in partnership but gaining steam)
CSU won't agree even if profit sharing on players they refer and get selected on DA. The brothers need all the high school players. With DA rule of no high school soccer, the brother's won't let that happen and have no high school soccer team.
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c'mon dude this makes too much sense but it's all about $$ not what's best for players. Club presidents needs that new house on the beach.
why would a club want to join up with bu that makes no sense if a kid wants to play da go ahead period end of story
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why would a club want to join up with bu that makes no sense if a kid wants to play da go ahead period end of story
clubs don't want to let go of their better players and ban them from trying out
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EE is finally letting his ego down and contemplating of the overall soccer landscape in the West Palm Beach and Broward area by convening a substantial pow-wow and profit sharing strategy and approach to put this afresh strategic allegiance. Long overdue, for these clubs to join forces for the best avenue for players versus holding talent and we all know at the end of the day itís about proceeds $$$$. EE old attitude and mindset fancying the talent and new player $$$ vs. making it a win-win for all parties (clubs) involved.

Meeting will be held by Boca United and invitees are "rumored" to be there. EE has extended a peace branch.

Team Boca
Schulz Soccer
Parkland SC
Coral Springs FC
West Palm Beach United
South Florida Elite
Palm Beach Soccer Academy
Brazilian Twisters
*Boynton Knights (already in partnership but gaining steam)
I don't see this occurring makes too much sense.
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clubs don't want to let go of their better players and ban them from trying out
There is no "letting go." This is not the same system as in Europe. If you want to join a DA or GDA team, go to the tryout. Call the club's Academy Director and let them know where your regular team is playing. Invite him to watch. It is not so difficult. There is absolutely zero reason for any reasons to merge.

EXCEPT...BU subsidizes its DA and GDA teams with "pre-academy" teams. That program is in complete free fall. People are leaving constantly. No new interest. That could be the possible angle for this supposed meeting. But BU would need to offer something substantial for those other clubs to affiliate. And BU has absolutely nothing to offer.
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There is no "letting go." This is not the same system as in Europe. If you want to join a DA or GDA team, go to the tryout. Call the club's Academy Director and let them know where your regular team is playing. Invite him to watch. It is not so difficult. There is absolutely zero reason for any reasons to merge.

EXCEPT...BU subsidizes its DA and GDA teams with "pre-academy" teams. That program is in complete free fall. People are leaving constantly. No new interest. That could be the possible angle for this supposed meeting. But BU would need to offer something substantial for those other clubs to affiliate. And BU has absolutely nothing to offer.
BK agreement is only for academy players. Players are referred for academy only or encouraged to tryout. If the player doesn't make academy they continue return to their club and profiting sharing between BK and BU are only those players selected to academy not allowed to join BU under "pre-academy". each club runs it's own travel club program.
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clubs don't want to let go of their better players and ban them from trying out
wrong how would they even know you my friend are just stupid
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bk agreement is only for academy players. Players are referred for academy only or encouraged to tryout. If the player doesn't make academy they continue return to their club and profiting sharing between bk and bu are only those players selected to academy not allowed to join bu under "pre-academy". Each club runs it's own travel club program.
so it is just like any other team or club if you want to tryout for da you go. Do you think the referral means they are going to make it ? Of course now a few kids from boynton will have to make it on da team every year even if not that good just so that they can say that boynton is a pipeline witch it is not it is a pipe dream at best stupid sucker parents just like all the kids that live in boca and west boynton are gifted and in the gifted programs at school laugh my ass off
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There is no "letting go." This is not the same system as in Europe. If you want to join a DA or GDA team, go to the tryout. Call the club's Academy Director and let them know where your regular team is playing. Invite him to watch. It is not so difficult. There is absolutely zero reason for any reasons to merge.

EXCEPT...BU subsidizes its DA and GDA teams with "pre-academy" teams. That program is in complete free fall. People are leaving constantly. No new interest. That could be the possible angle for this supposed meeting. But BU would need to offer something substantial for those other clubs to affiliate. And BU has absolutely nothing to offer.
re-read nothing about merger just a reference program. each club if established will or can lose 1-4 players. there's a limited number of players that can be roster per age group. A club will not go bankrupt by referring several players that they will receive a sharing profit from, let say half the DA fee. It's a good tool for recruiting giving the local clubs an avenue into DA under the reference program. No merger just working together to get West Palm Beach on the map.
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