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Old 04-17-2017
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Until you look at the WC Facebook page with one of the latest posts claiming he is their DOC. May want to clean that up.
Read the statement posted on their website. It says he will be leaving the "girls" program. Still involved the the Boys DA and ENPL programs.
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Once NYCFC builds their place across the street, the GDA will move there as well. Kazbek now works for NYCFC. Read the press release from WC.....seems pretty clear to me.
Press release from WC clearly states that Kaz is "...leaving World Class FC Girls program". Says nothing about him leaving WC completely.
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Press release from WC clearly states that Kaz is "...leaving World Class FC Girls program". Says nothing about him leaving WC completely.
I am sure he will continue to be involved, just "unofficially." He's going to keep tabs on girls who can move over to the GDA year after year.

Stuff like this occur all the time. At least PDA is upfront with O'Neill's GDA participation.
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It's all about money and control -- both from the league's perspective and now the clubs who were granted both. They can't "sell" parents on ECNL if GDA is in the same shop as the A league. By separating them (but really still being involved) they get the best of both. If Kaz is still involved with boy's WC, don't you think strategic decisions about the girl's program will make it his way? They will be controlling both and figuring out how to monetize both programs.
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It's all about money and control -- both from the league's perspective and now the clubs who were granted both. They can't "sell" parents on ECNL if GDA is in the same shop as the A league. By separating them (but really still being involved) they get the best of both. If Kaz is still involved with boy's WC, don't you think strategic decisions about the girl's program will make it his way? They will be controlling both and figuring out how to monetize both programs.
LI SClub needs to put out some inf and soon. They have no DOC or anything. Looks very unorganized.
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LI SClub needs to put out some inf and soon. They have no DOC or anything. Looks very unorganized.

MLS team will be partners with them.
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MLS team will be partners with them.
That would be fantastic if true. Who is it and what is the holdup then?
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LI SClub needs to put out some inf and soon. They have no DOC or anything. Looks very unorganized.
The lack of info from Long Island Soccer Club is hurting their program before it even starts. Fury and the ECNL teams have a big jump on them. They moved their tryouts dates back two weeks. Not good. Inviting clubs to join, have slowed their progress. Personnally, I go ECNL anyway. Your kid will play a lot more and have more fun.
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The lack of info from Long Island Soccer Club is hurting their program before it even starts. Fury and the ECNL teams have a big jump on them. They moved their tryouts dates back two weeks. Not good. Inviting clubs to join, have slowed their progress. Personnally, I go ECNL anyway. Your kid will play a lot more and have more fun.
I could see HBC partnering with them. God knows they have enough teams.
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I could see HBC partnering with them. God knows they have enough teams.
What do you mean "inviting clubs to join"?
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