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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2970994]Spain does have more UEFA A's than any other country by a WIDE margin. There is a great article at theguardian.com that talks about it.

"In 2017, Spain boasted a whopping 15,089 coaches who held either the Uefa Pro or Uefa A qualification. The numbers are extraordinary, especially when compared to the 1,796 qualified coaches in England."[/QUOTE]

It's like a mail order coaching license or mail order bride. Either of which would suit Alberto.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2970922]More are added at the later ages because rosters need more to compensate for players losing interest, getting injuries, tougher games for more subbing needed, and other high school commitments. When players have been together a long time best to keep the group intact and keep adding more to the rosters each year.[/QUOTE]

Need to train in large age group pools for peer group healthy competition and feeling a part of the club’s success and scrimmages too.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2970994]Spain does have more UEFA A's than any other country by a WIDE margin. There is a great article at theguardian.com that talks about it.

"In 2017, Spain boasted a whopping 15,089 coaches who held either the Uefa Pro or Uefa A qualification. The numbers are extraordinary, especially when compared to the 1,796 qualified coaches in England."[/QUOTE]

Alberto’s been at FESA since at least 2015. No way in he11 does he have a high level license like that. You get that to work at pro clubs not U9/10 girls C teams like he was hired and then promoted to B team level. Anyone who has watched him coach can see his sessions are clueless. It’s about time these frauds were outed. Zero ethics and integrity. What an asswipe he is. Lying to American soccer parents to make a living.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2971027]Alberto’s been at FESA since at least 2015. No way in he11 does he have a high level license like that. You get that to work at pro clubs not U9/10 girls C teams like he was hired and then promoted to B team level. Anyone who has watched him coach can see his sessions are clueless. It’s about time these frauds were outed. Zero ethics and integrity. What an asswipe he is. Lying to American soccer parents to make a living.[/QUOTE]

Agreeed. Parents hold the power. I hate to break it to these parents but very few if any kids will make it in college soccer.

Take a year and flex your muscles. Hold the kids out.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2971027]Alberto’s been at FESA since at least 2015. No way in he11 does he have a high level license like that. You get that to work at pro clubs not U9/10 girls C teams like he was hired and then promoted to B team level. Anyone who has watched him coach can see his sessions are clueless. It’s about time these frauds were outed. Zero ethics and integrity. What an asswipe he is. Lying to American soccer parents to make a living.[/QUOTE]

Not to mention, how could he have time to earn a legit license when he is so busy eyeing and groping mommies he can get his hands on?
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2971014]Need to train in large age group pools for peer group healthy competition and feeling a part of the club’s success and scrimmages too.[/QUOTE]

They keep the teams separate for a reason. They don't want the B team players parents to get any ideas. When parents of strong B teamers see their kids competing with the A team players, they begin to wonder, why not us? Why not? How much did you give to soccerathon last year? did you EVER question or challenge a coach about anything?
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Sean Bubb would be Jason Snailabitch's ass.
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;2971354]Sean Bubb would be Jason Snailabitch's ass.[/QUOTE]

Ass licker
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