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Gosh, you must really enjoy your child's soccer!

Our team played them and they were quite good.
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Gosh, you must really enjoy your child's soccer!

Our team played them and they were quite good.
Not many clubs are successful with broad franchise expansions - ask Surf, Rush, GPS. So much is dependent on the quality of the local management. Even those that mange to do it quasi-well still will have outlets that don't meet expectations
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Not many clubs are successful with broad franchise expansions - ask Surf, Rush, GPS. So much is dependent on the quality of the local management. Even those that mange to do it quasi-well still will have outlets that don't meet expectations
GPS is doing fine
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Not many clubs are successful with broad franchise expansions - ask Surf, Rush, GPS. So much is dependent on the quality of the local management. Even those that mange to do it quasi-well still will have outlets that don't meet expectations
How many of those listed above has a billionaire as an owner?



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Is true Cedar Stars making USL team?
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CSA now in the Bronx. Took over the Force club.
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Cedar Stars taking over NJ Crush U14+ teams:

http://www.njcrushfc.com/club/cedar-stars
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CSA took over NJ Heat too. I wouldn't be surprised if they do well in terms of developing players. They have the resources and facilities. They have the GDA. And they are much cheaper than area NJ clubs. I bet some will question their current clubs going into
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CSA took over NJ Heat too. I wouldn't be surprised if they do well in terms of developing players. They have the resources and facilities. They have the GDA. And they are much cheaper than area NJ clubs. I bet some will question their current clubs going into
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How much cheaper?
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How much cheaper?
They are under 2K.
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