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On a side note. I got an email this morning from PaulRileySoccer.com telling me to tryout for ASC and they have openings at all levels of play. Wonder how many players they lost, must be quite a few to be blasting emails this close to the start of the season for more players.
What is the common theme of all these threads? LI is over saturated with clubs and is a mess right now. Even if Barca does well, like KK in 4-5 years it will be something new.

I can't see how this is good for players. Too many options.
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What is the common theme of all these threads? LI is over saturated with clubs and is a mess right now. Even if Barca does well, like KK in 4-5 years it will be something new.

I can't see how this is good for players. Too many options.
That goes along with too many leagues. There are just too many "elite" level teams, our kids are just spread so thin. More leagues, more clubs, more teams but the same number of kids.
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That goes along with too many leagues. There are just too many "elite" level teams, our kids are just spread so thin. More leagues, more clubs, more teams but the same number of kids.
i agree to an extent...it is saturated. i like that there are options though. it should promote competition. but most of the times it just confuses people in the battle for the almighty $.

Albertson did lose a lot of players.
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FC Fury GDA schedules list their home fields all over the place:

- St Joseph's College
- HBC Soccer Park
- Mitchel Field

So pretty much the same as it was for Albertson SC -- no dedicated faciilty and get fields where you can. Where will they be practicing?
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FC Fury GDA schedules list their home fields all over the place:

- St Joseph's College
- HBC Soccer Park
- Mitchel Field

So pretty much the same as it was for Albertson SC -- no dedicated faciilty and get fields where you can. Where will they be practicing?
Practice?
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Practice?
are you implying they won't be training?
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are you implying they won't be training?
no he's being a typical soccer euro douche and criticizing the use of an american word (practice) instead of the english "training."

Probably gets bent out of shape over people who say "penalty kicks" and "goalies" as well.
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no he's being a typical soccer euro douche and criticizing the use of an american word (practice) instead of the english "training."

Probably gets bent out of shape over people who say "penalty kicks" and "goalies" as well.
Over thinking it ... I am guessing that is an homage to Allen Iverson
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no he's being a typical soccer euro douche and criticizing the use of an american word (practice) instead of the english "training."

Probably gets bent out of shape over people who say "penalty kicks" and "goalies" as well.
Never knew practice was american vs. training as english. I do prefer the word keeper better than goalie. And penalty kicks is fine, especially when the team I'm rooting for is taking the shot. I call it soccer, not football/futbal if that matters.

I was referring to the lack of organization that seems to be present at Albany, not trying to be a euro douche.
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Over thinking it ... I am guessing that is an homage to Allen Iverson
That's good! I forgot all about that rant
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