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Old 07-25-2017
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the new clubs havent been accepted yet into the EDP database...I quess they are waiting on coaching info and paperwork? How can one guy coach all 7 teams?
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the new clubs havent been accepted yet into the EDP database...I quess they are waiting on coaching info and paperwork? How can one guy coach all 7 teams?
It's Long Island, trainers have to maximize cash flow. LOL
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It's Long Island, trainers have to maximize cash flow. LOL
They've been cloned.
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My son's EDP "Long Island" division had 5 teams from New Jersey in it.
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My son's EDP "Long Island" division had 5 teams from New Jersey in it.
There are not enough LI teams (not plenty) to make a 'Long Island division'
They put the LI teams in the north division with Teams from NJ, CT,
NYC and Westchester. New Jersey always has the most teams in EDP because its
Primarily a NJ League.
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My son's EDP "Long Island" division had 5 teams from New Jersey in it.
Duh. Because there is no LI division. Either EDP floated the idea then retreated or LM was yanking everyone's chains
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Duh. Because there is no LI division. Either EDP floated the idea then retreated or LM was yanking everyone's chains
If there were enough teams they would make a LI division. There are just not enough teams from LI to fill it
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There are not enough LI teams (not plenty) to make a 'Long Island division'
They put the LI teams in the north division with Teams from NJ, CT,
NYC and Westchester. New Jersey always has the most teams in EDP because its
Primarily a NJ League.
I was being sarcastic, calling out LM's bs.
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A couple of our teams got suckered in by the "Long Island" division promise and are now playing EDP. It's our clubs first year of EDP. I'm looking through the rulebook and I just want to confirm that I'm right in that it appears that a printed roster is not necessary to bring to the games? Just the US Club player cards are needed?
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A couple of our teams got suckered in by the "Long Island" division promise and are now playing EDP. It's our clubs first year of EDP. I'm looking through the rulebook and I just want to confirm that I'm right in that it appears that a printed roster is not necessary to bring to the games? Just the US Club player cards are needed?
You use the game card in GotSoccer. You are supposed to keep your US Club roster on you but I have never had to use it.
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