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Default Another Lousy Season for Timbers DA - Monopolies aren't Good

U18s almost ok 12-13-6, although behind every MLS academy in their division, as well as finishing behind non-MLS academies Crossfire and Sacramento.

U16s was a disaster.10-19-2. Once again behind every MLS Academy, as well as Crossfire, Sacramento, and Junventus.

OYSA is projecting declining numbers in competitive soccer for the first time in years. Cost up, conflicts up, accountability down.

Trusting in the Timbers was a bad decision for Oregon soccer.
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Trusting in USSF is a bad decision for Oregon soccer
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Boys aren't forced to join DA. Parents are driving DA. Same with ECNL & Thorns Academy. Oregon got more players into college soccer before these elite pathways were put in place.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2058840]U18s almost ok 12-13-6, although behind every MLS academy in their division, as well as finishing behind non-MLS academies Crossfire and Sacramento.

U16s was a disaster.10-19-2. Once again behind every MLS Academy, as well as Crossfire, Sacramento, and Junventus.

OYSA is projecting declining numbers in competitive soccer for the first time in years. Cost up, conflicts up, accountability down.

Trusting in the Timbers was a bad decision for Oregon soccer.[/QUOTE

Always lost on these blurbs, is the reality they are funding it all with their own monies.

Which begs the question why would anyone care? It costs us common folk nothing.
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Always lost on these blurbs, is the reality they are funding it all with their own monies.

Which begs the question why would anyone care? It costs us common folk nothing.
Declining participating in the sport should be all of our concern.

Daughter plays ECNL and everyone of her team's losses seems to be celebrated on here (they have actually done will imo, particularly in terms of college placement) ; pointing out the Timbers Academy - despite having the only HS-aged DA in this state - has had its own struggles when it competes nationally.
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Declining participating in the sport should be all of our concern.

Daughter plays ECNL and everyone of her team's losses seems to be celebrated on here (they have actually done will imo, particularly in terms of college placement) ; pointing out the Timbers Academy - despite having the only HS-aged DA in this state - has had its own struggles when it competes nationally.
And now everyone will celebrate any GDA losses. It's unfortunate. DA and now GDA are the top tier programs in the state and are subsidized, and they should be more supported. The haters need to look deep and ask why all the hate.
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And now everyone will celebrate any GDA losses. It's unfortunate. DA and now GDA are the top tier programs in the state and are subsidized, and they should be more supported. The haters need to look deep and ask why all the hate.
Girls DA isn't top in Oregon - sorry.

Boys DA no es bueno.
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And now everyone will celebrate any GDA losses. It's unfortunate. DA and now GDA are the top tier programs in the state and are subsidized, and they should be more supported. The haters need to look deep and ask why all the hate.
And all the hate towards the ECNL is ok? You are a hypocrite.
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Girls DA isn't top in Oregon - sorry.

Boys DA no es bueno.
They are both now considered top tier in Oregon.
No hate towards ECNL. It's a great option for good players that also want to play for their high schools.
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U18s almost ok 12-13-6, although behind every MLS academy in their division, as well as finishing behind non-MLS academies Crossfire and Sacramento.

U16s was a disaster.10-19-2. Once again behind every MLS Academy, as well as Crossfire, Sacramento, and Junventus.

OYSA is projecting declining numbers in competitive soccer for the first time in years. Cost up, conflicts up, accountability down.

Trusting in the Timbers was a bad decision for Oregon soccer.
Please provide the link to verify your statement, "OYSA is projecting declining numbers in competitive soccer for the first time in years. Cost up, conflicts up, accountability down"
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