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Russia, Mexico and now Canada!
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DA Ball Suckers...Idiots!
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Hate in the DA all you want, but the DA is not the problem. Is a perfect youth development system? Of course it is not, but the failure of our players comes at the older ages.

Ages 17-21 is when our players really start to fall behind domestically. The ones that go to Europe have a chance to continue to develop, but the number of those players is too few....obviously.

MLS sucks. USL sucks. College soccer sucks. This is why our full team sucks.
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Hate in the DA all you want, but the DA is not the problem. Is a perfect youth development system? Of course it is not, but the failure of our players comes at the older ages.

Ages 17-21 is when our players really start to fall behind domestically. The ones that go to Europe have a chance to continue to develop, but the number of those players is too few....obviously.

MLS sucks. USL sucks. College soccer sucks. This is why our full team sucks.
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Hate in the DA all you want, but the DA is not the problem. Is a perfect youth development system? Of course it is not, but the failure of our players comes at the older ages.

Ages 17-21 is when our players really start to fall behind domestically. The ones that go to Europe have a chance to continue to develop, but the number of those players is too few....obviously.

MLS sucks. USL sucks. College soccer sucks. This is why our full team sucks.
DA is a major problem. Itís at start with the youth. Very simple to understand. System failure!
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Hate in the DA all you want, but the DA is not the problem. Is a perfect youth development system? Of course it is not, but the failure of our players comes at the older ages.

Ages 17-21 is when our players really start to fall behind domestically. The ones that go to Europe have a chance to continue to develop, but the number of those players is too few....obviously.

MLS sucks. USL sucks. College soccer sucks. This is why our full team sucks.
Totally agree, but it is what it is. Very few US parents will let their kids walk away from school to go pro at 16. College will always be a focus for some players. MLS isn't ManU. Taht won't change any time soon. So how do we improve it given that we aren't the rest of the world, given that the best we have for now is MLS clubs, a broken soccer federation, crappy scouting, development and coaching?

First thing I would do is get US Soccer out of the youth soccer business. Focus on finding the talent (player and coaching) and giving them every opportunity to succeed. A fully funded ODP-like program would be a place to start. Take the coaching out of the clubs (who will stress wins over development) and state soccer leagues (some of whom are just as bad as US Soccer). Make it accessible to the best talent no matter their family finances. Make it bigger = more accessible to more players.
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DA is a major problem. Itís at start with the youth. Very simple to understand. System failure!
If this was the case then our youth national teams would be abject failures like our full team.

They are not. The youth national teams are very competitive. Not the best in the world, but certainly better and more competitive than the full side.
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DA is a major problem. Itís at start with the youth. Very simple to understand. System failure!
Hmm. its the system meaning from the bottom up, its starts from the bottom and the output you have is the S*(&(&* we see on TV. Unless you have not seen it lately those games. Against CUBA, amazing team, thats the most they can achieve, when the better countries come they dont know what to do.

The federation does not care they are making money of their program named DA, and all you buying into it year after year. Think about how much money they put for the youth which is the future. At one point before DA they all were in their clubs and according to them its the correct platform to follow yet, since they are DA or MLS DA, this is the output, so really is it worth being DA or MLS DA. Not really. Go back to soccer 20 years ago USA when you actually played soccer and played with heart. Not now and the future.

The whole USA PROGRAM does not know what to develop and how they develop from the bottom up. SAD!
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Russia, Mexico and now Canada!
Fake News - Russia is led by a good, strong leader that looks good shirtless on a horse.

Mexico is stealing jobs and sending criminals our way.

Canada is led by a hypocritical sissy who believes when he does blackface itís ok because of his remorse but no so for others.

Itís all fake news. USSF knows what they are doing. Maybe there are family members of USSF leadership sitting on the Board of countries in Russia? ...

Ok - to be clear, this post is satire.
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If this was the case then our youth national teams would be abject failures like our full team.

They are not. The youth national teams are very competitive. Not the best in the world, but certainly better and more competitive than the full side.
Here's the problem - starting at about 16-17 they start to slip. Why? Because similar aged players abroad sign pro contracts around then and are training with full on professional teams. Ours languish in DA and many go on to play college ball, which is HS ball on steroids. The gap only grows with each passing year and it's nearly impossible to catch up. Parental reluctance (understandable) and inability to work abroad until you're 18 compound it. Regardless, even with changes right now we aren't producing international level talent.
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