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Exactly. This was definitely the case with the 02's! Transfers pulled that team out of the bottom of their bracket, not some magical early development!
What people seem to forget is that, at the youngest ages, the potential talents are spread around the area pretty uniformly. This happens because most just choose the club closest to them. It's no different with FCP. In their Junior Academy they have just local Hillsboro kids. Some of them will be great one day, most won't, just like at all clubs. But there must be an inherent difference in that the top kids from all other clubs naturally gravitate towards FCP, even though they are often no better at "winning" at the younger ages than any other club. Maybe it's that the coaching at FCP really is a notch above the rest? Maybe it's because FCP has a history of always having top quality HS ages teams when most other clubs barely have HS teams at all? Maybe it's because FCP has a history of placing a large majority of it's graduating class into college soccer programs? Maybe it's just that everybody likes driving out to Liberty several times per week? (Doubtful). Whatever it is, the fact is that FCP does the best job of developing the talent they have, attracting new talent, and sustaining the effort throughout the entire youth soccer career. You can't say that about too many other clubs in Oregon...
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What people seem to forget is that, at the youngest ages, the potential talents are spread around the area pretty uniformly. This happens because most just choose the club closest to them. It's no different with FCP. In their Junior Academy they have just local Hillsboro kids. Some of them will be great one day, most won't, just like at all clubs. But there must be an inherent difference in that the top kids from all other clubs naturally gravitate towards FCP, even though they are often no better at "winning" at the younger ages than any other club. Maybe it's that the coaching at FCP really is a notch above the rest? Maybe it's because FCP has a history of always having top quality HS ages teams when most other clubs barely have HS teams at all? Maybe it's because FCP has a history of placing a large majority of it's graduating class into college soccer programs? Maybe it's just that everybody likes driving out to Liberty several times per week? (Doubtful). Whatever it is, the fact is that FCP does the best job of developing the talent they have, attracting new talent, and sustaining the effort throughout the entire youth soccer career. You can't say that about too many other clubs in Oregon...
Well I guess we'll get to see how this gravitational force works in real time with the 03's because they aren't going to develop their way into competing against Pacific and THUSC in this age bracket without lots of gravity!
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Well I guess we'll get to see how this gravitational force works in real time with the 03's because they aren't going to develop their way into competing against Pacific and THUSC in this age bracket without lots of gravity!
We'll see. By U15 Pacific won't even have a team. And THUSC might not even exist as a separate club outside of Crossfire United by then.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;1535993]We'll see. By U15 Pacific won't even have a team. And THUSC might not even exist as a separate club outside of Crossfire United by then.[/

The delusional FC supporters are out in force already on this new thread. More likely THUSC will be kickin' their butts in this age group!
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We'll see. By U15 Pacific won't even have a team. And THUSC might not even exist as a separate club outside of Crossfire United by then.[/

The delusional FC supporters are out in force already on this new thread. More likely THUSC will be kickin' their butts in this age group!
THUSC? What club is that? Aren't they the one that's only marginally better than the pitiful WT_FC?
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THUSC? What club is that? Aren't they the one that's only marginally better than the pitiful WT_FC?
THUSC is where the real players play. THUSC= Developing talent... Best players in State are THUSC/CU
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We'll see. By U15 Pacific won't even have a team. And THUSC might not even exist as a separate club outside of Crossfire United by then.
You just keep telling yourself nothing changes buddy. Ten years ago, even 5 years ago, you would have been naming different clubs/opportunity paths. Soccer evolves too. New clubs, new paths to take. Don't get stuck in the same old rutt. People want change and are willing to try new things. Some work and some fail, but at least they had the guts to try something new.
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We'll see. By U15 Pacific won't even have a team. And THUSC might not even exist as a separate club outside of Crossfire United by then.
Genius. By U15 most teams will have disbanded and moved elsewhere. If a team stayed together from U11 to U14, then that is great.

Well that team will not be together in 4 years, A-DOI. Which team will? It's like you can see the future. You should help solve murders with that talent.
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Genius. By U15 most teams will have disbanded and moved elsewhere. If a team stayed together from U11 to U14, then that is great.

Well that team will not be together in 4 years, A-DOI. Which team will? It's like you can see the future. You should help solve murders with that talent.
It's pretty easy really. There are only a couple of top clubs in the area that ALWAYS have top level teams at the HS ages. Pacific and WT_FC aren't among them.
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It's pretty easy really. There are only a couple of top clubs in the area that ALWAYS have top level teams at the HS ages. Pacific and WT_FC aren't among them.
Neither is salmon creek at yet they have one....
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