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Did you seriously just advocate for being trash on purpose?

Soccer is just a game. It's okay to try and be good at games, particulayly if it's the most important game in the world.
The coaches who are currently coaching at the clubs in Oregon are way more qualified then you
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The coaches who are currently coaching at the clubs in Oregon are way more qualified then you
4 more kids quit. 3 more pondering it.

When will the TA wake up?
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4 more kids quit. 3 more pondering it.

When will the TA wake up?
There is no question that the TA clubs think the Timbers academy is a joke based on the lack of attention and quality of coaches.

I can tell you that coaches are a straight up joke and couldn't even coach their way out of a box in club. Hasson and miller have no clue.
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4 more kids quit. 3 more pondering it.

When will the TA wake up?
Quit TA?

Which ones?
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It's so funny that the TA coaches have finally been discovered. Train with Tracy, get a spot on the team. It's as simple as that.
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What does "Privately trained" mean?
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What does "Privately trained" mean?
It means a player (or his parents) hire a coach or trainer for some private (one-on-one) lessons, often focusing on skill or technique. Sometimes outside trainers are hired for this, but many club coaches also offer private training.

A common complaint about this is that it creates a conflict of interest, and that coaches might prefer players who provide them with extra income over players who do not.
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It means a player (or his parents) hire a coach or trainer for some private (one-on-one) lessons, often focusing on skill or technique. Sometimes outside trainers are hired for this, but many club coaches also offer private training.

A common complaint about this is that it creates a conflict of interest, and that coaches might prefer players who provide them with extra income over players who do not.
This is only done in the United States and is almost always young men trying to make a living at coaching, but canít get a full time job. The British pioneered the industry.
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4 more kids quit. 3 more pondering it.

When will the TA wake up?
Which age group and which players?
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Which age group and which players?
Yea what age?
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