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How are the '01 girls looking for next year?
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How are the '01 girls looking for next year?
I had heard Eastside is team to beat. Anyone else in the age group worth watching?
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Best thing you could do is never ever come on this site. Stop before you start the **** ball rolling. Have you even read some of the other threads on here, REALLY *** is wrong with you. Now go mow the lawn or something
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Best thing you could do is never ever come on this site. Stop before you start the **** ball rolling. Have you even read some of the other threads on here, REALLY *** is wrong with you. Now go mow the lawn or something
Good advice.
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I had heard Eastside is team to beat. Anyone else in the age group worth watching?
OPL Premier is a battle of the bootballers vs the passers. The division is pretty evenly split between the two. The passers won the fall league. Will the bootballers win the OPL cup?
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OPL Premier is a battle of the bootballers vs the passers. The division is pretty evenly split between the two. The passers won the fall league. Will the bootballers win the OPL cup?
Please explain, what teams are the bootballers, and whom are the passers.
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Please explain, what teams are the bootballers, and whom are the passers.
Bootball = fullback launches ball into orbit, big fast forward tries to guess where it will land and be the first one there, then toe-punts the ball toward the goal.

Given this definition you should be able to figure out which teams fit into which categories.
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Bootball = fullback launches ball into orbit, big fast forward tries to guess where it will land and be the first one there, then toe-punts the ball toward the goal.

Given this definition you should be able to figure out which teams fit into which categories.
These categories are far too simplistic and misguided for U11. Different coaches take different approaches to development (or lack of). Depending on the initial emphasis or combination of emphases, early successes will look completely different and not always in the form of game wins. Especially at U11, an emphasis on passing may actually indicate a lack of player development. Some may see a team at different developmental stages/goals as bootballers, if they're only capable of distinguishing the extremes. Any mildly observant person will notice that a great majority of the teams have grown at both the individual level and the team level from fall to spring...some more than others.
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These categories are far too simplistic and misguided for U11. Different coaches take different approaches to development (or lack of). Depending on the initial emphasis or combination of emphases, early successes will look completely different and not always in the form of game wins. Especially at U11, an emphasis on passing may actually indicate a lack of player development. Some may see a team at different developmental stages/goals as bootballers, if they're only capable of distinguishing the extremes. Any mildly observant person will notice that a great majority of the teams have grown at both the individual level and the team level from fall to spring...some more than others.
Don't try to complicate things. The average Talking-Soccer reader can't distinguish shades of grey.
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Moving to Vancouver area and have an 01 daughter. I'm hoping that the drama that appears to exist with the 99 group is not nearly so bad with the 01s?
Would love to stay in the area. It's hard to know what you're getting into not being from the area. So please, I would appreciate an honest rundown of Vancouver area clubs and their age level coaches.
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