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Default The Revolution Academy needs to make some changes.

Things aren't going as well as they should be. We're not winning very winnable games. It's time to shake things up and it's imperative that we practice more. There are talented players who aren't being given a chance. Try being more creative. There's so much hidden potential that you're not tapping into.
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Things aren't going as well as they should be. We're not winning very winnable games. It's time to shake things up and it's imperative that we practice more. There are talented players who aren't being given a chance. Try being more creative. There's so much hidden potential that you're not tapping into.
Agreed. Coaches should start your kid and my kid.
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I don't have a child in the program, but in another thread I read that the teams practice 2 or 3 times a week, not the minimum 4 recommended.

If this is true, then there will be little improvement happening. 2-3 hour and a half sessions a week isn't enough to retain existing skills, let alone gain more.
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Agreed. Coaches should start your kid and my kid.
A few players given 1000 chances a season while the rest sit on the bench or act as support players for these few- most at the U14 age group when the U13's play up.
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A few players given 1000 chances a season while the rest sit on the bench or act as support players for these few- most at the U14 age group when the U13's play up.
Way too young to triage soccer players. I think same thing on U13 team.

Too many sad boys.
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A few players given 1000 chances a season while the rest sit on the bench or act as support players for these few- most at the U14 age group when the U13's play up.
OMG not another Revs Thread.
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Things aren't going as well as they should be. We're not winning very winnable games. It's time to shake things up and it's imperative that we practice more. There are talented players who aren't being given a chance. Try being more creative. There's so much hidden potential that you're not tapping into.
Those kids already checked out physically and mentally. It's unfortunate.
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Way too young to triage soccer players. I think same thing on U13 team.

Too many sad boys.
Sad boys, sad boys, whatcha gonna do?
Whatcha gonna do when the ball comes to you?
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Sad boys, sad boys, whatcha gonna do?
Whatcha gonna do when the ball comes to you?
Kick it with the only foot he can. Anywhere but not in the net.
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Have you seen the stats on college players from DAP and Clubs? DAP, especially in this bench-sitting position, is not worth it! Get your boys out now!
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