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Old 04-01-2019
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Does anyone know if the Philadelphia Ukrainian National SC will be admitted to ECNL anytime soon?
Who cares as long as the beer is cold?!
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Who cares as long as the beer is cold?!
True. Great clubhouse. That alone should allow them to get an ECNL shield.
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They should go all in for Girls DA.

The 2007 and below teams are really good and won't want to break up. The club won't be able to sell them exposure and will lose them to ECNL.. The GDA gives them that carrot to dangle. The pull of HS soccer will be less impactful if the kids (parents) come up in the soccer world not expecting to play in HS. There will be a day in the near future where the good to great players will skip HS soccer.
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They should go all in for Girls DA.

The 2007 and below teams are really good and won't want to break up. The club won't be able to sell them exposure and will lose them to ECNL.. The GDA gives them that carrot to dangle. The pull of HS soccer will be less impactful if the kids (parents) come up in the soccer world not expecting to play in HS. There will be a day in the near future where the good to great players will skip HS soccer.
Anyone familiar with the DA knows this already. GDA is getting there.
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When are these decisions made? Try outs coming up so you would think the league direction was already in place. Anyone?
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When are these decisions made? Try outs coming up so you would think the league direction was already in place. Anyone?
I just checked in on this too. Anyone have any info? Are they getting an ECNL or GDA shield? How likely and would it be for the upcoming soccer season?
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Old 04-12-2019
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The lack of posting may mean no ENCL or GDA is on it's way.
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The Ukies have to much of a tradition, a large player pool and a great geographic location to play their teams in 2nd rate leagues. They should apply for boys and girls ECNL. Think big and have a 10 year plan!
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The Ukies have to much of a tradition, a large player pool and a great geographic location to play their teams in 2nd rate leagues. They should apply for boys and girls ECNL. Think big and have a 10 year plan!
In 10 yrs, they may be combined with another club that has ECNL. The landscape of this business changes year to year unfortunately.
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In 10 yrs, they may be combined with another club that has ECNL. The landscape of this business changes year to year unfortunately.
Still...nothing on this. Is it that parents don't want outside competition for their super stars?
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