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Oh goodie can't wait to hear all about it. 1-2 this year doesn't make up for years of lackluster placements, college and homegrown performance
Just watch and see how the college commit momentum shifts to the Revs starting this year and continues for the next few years. The numbers of commits and the quality of schools will build from year to year. The DA team will have world class facilities and a pathway to USL 1 and the MLS. Itís game over for pay to play New England DA clubs in the minor league bracket.
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Just watch and see how the college commit momentum shifts to the Revs starting this year and continues for the next few years. The numbers of commits and the quality of schools will build from year to year. The DA team will have world class facilities and a pathway to USL 1 and the MLS. Itís game over for pay to play New England DA clubs in the minor league bracket.
Did the revs hire a propaganda tool? Keep dreaming revs marketing.
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Just watch and see how the college commit momentum shifts to the Revs starting this year and continues for the next few years. The numbers of commits and the quality of schools will build from year to year. The DA team will have world class facilities and a pathway to USL 1 and the MLS. Itís game over for pay to play New England DA clubs in the minor league bracket.
Nothing will improve at the Revs without a complete coach and management cleaning.
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Did the revs hire a propaganda tool? Keep dreaming revs marketing.
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Just watch and see how the college commit momentum shifts to the Revs starting this year and continues for the next few years. The numbers of commits and the quality of schools will build from year to year. The DA team will have world class facilities and a pathway to USL 1 and the MLS. Itís game over for pay to play New England DA clubs in the minor league bracket.
This is one of the dumber things I've seen on this thread....and I've been on here for a while.
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This is one of the dumber things I've seen on this thread....and I've been on here for a while.
1. Fully funded

2. World class training center complex

3. Only DA organization in New England with true pathway to pro soccer

4. Only local DA club with a USL 1 team

5. 2020ís headed to top schools

6. 2021ís already committed to top schools

7. Teams compete in top USSDA division, not the lower division
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1. Fully funded

2. World class training center complex

3. Only DA organization in New England with true pathway to pro soccer

4. Only local DA club with a USL 1 team

5. 2020ís headed to top schools

6. 2021ís already committed to top schools

7. Teams compete in top USSDA division, not the lower division
Not 1 starter at any pro level. Including their own team.

I'm guessing no starters at D1 schools either.


...and how many players have come through the program at this point?
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1. Fully funded

2. World class training center complex

3. Only DA organization in New England with true pathway to pro soccer

4. Only local DA club with a USL 1 team

5. 2020ís headed to top schools

6. 2021ís already committed to top schools

7. Teams compete in top USSDA division, not the lower division
Who is actually going to develop these players for all this greatness? Pro Project? We all know NEFC and Bolts to all the heavy lifting.
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1. Fully funded

2. World class training center complex

3. Only DA organization in New England with true pathway to pro soccer

4. Only local DA club with a USL 1 team

5. 2020ís headed to top schools

6. 2021ís already committed to top schools

7. Teams compete in top USSDA division, not the lower division
Seriously. Are you an Intern? Brand New? U13 Parent?
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1. Fully funded

2. World class training center complex

3. Only DA organization in New England with true pathway to pro soccer

4. Only local DA club with a USL 1 team

5. 2020ís headed to top schools

6. 2021ís already committed to top schools

7. Teams compete in top USSDA division, not the lower division
The reality is the Revs don't want to develop players. Why should they pay to develop players when they don't have to (fully funded right?). They want to pluck the best ones from the pay to play clubs when they are ready and when it suits them and shake out the ones they don't like whenever they want. Remember only 1 or 2 make it to the first team - that is their only goal. Half the 04s were dropped, they picked up a bunch of Bolts players, the 05s are currently playing with a bunch 06s and most of the u19s should be at top D1 schools right now....and so it goes every season.

Hopefully the USL and it's rapid expansion in both League 1 & 2 will push us soccer into solidarity payments for clubs like the Bolts - I'm sure the Revs have been blocking that idea since conception of the MLS.
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