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Default Is Galway really in trouble?

It's tryout time. It's par for the course that the propaganda machines go into overdrive. Galway is an annual target for whatever reason. This year seems extreme though. Are they really in trouble? How many teams does a club like Galway require to remain solvent?
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They'll be fine. Wealthy parents on the South Shore have a long standing tradition of paying more for less.
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Default Whats going on with u14 boys

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They'll be fine. Wealthy parents on the South Shore have a long standing tradition of paying more for less.
Whats going on with u14 boys
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It's tryout time. It's par for the course that the propaganda machines go into overdrive. Galway is an annual target for whatever reason. This year seems extreme though. Are they really in trouble? How many teams does a club like Galway require to remain solvent?
Why did you start this thread? What was your interest?
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Whats going on with u14 boys
They are probably all set. It seems like the older girls and younger boys & girls that are rumored to be leaving.
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As a parent of a kid playing at Galway my kid will be there tonight but tomorrow will be somewhere different because we are worried that most of the good players and teams are moving on and do not want to be stuck on a crap team with FA coaching because they list to much money and won't be able to pay to keep good coaches.
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Love to be a fly on the wall when they are calling the kids tonight and offering spots on Galways elite teams and seeing the reaction when they do not get an answer right away.
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Love to be a fly on the wall when they are calling the kids tonight and offering spots on Galways elite teams and seeing the reaction when they do not get an answer right away.
By tomorrow night FA will know if he's on borrowed time or not. GR is smart enough to have a back-up plan.
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By tomorrow night FA will know if he's on borrowed time or not. GR is smart enough to have a back-up plan.
He knows already that he is on borrowed time, he doesn't have to wait until tomorrow.
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As a parent of a kid playing at Galway my kid will be there tonight but tomorrow will be somewhere different because we are worried that most of the good players and teams are moving on and do not want to be stuck on a crap team with FA coaching because they list to much money and won't be able to pay to keep good coaches.
not a parent, clearly a Mass City coach of british decent with the verbage being used
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