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#477798 - 05/27/12 09:30 PM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: CJ Orlando]
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Originally Posted By: CJ Orlando
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Not a good showing for isa sting at Delco. They got hammered in all 3 games


How did your little darling do? Moron!



CJ he is not only a Moron, but also an ungrateful idiot because his youngest daughter plays for an ISA team. You kind of expect more from a D1 coach, but this man is lacking in social skills so we come to expect this type of behavior from him. I was at Delco and the ISA team played their hearts out in all 3 games. They played 2 good games but were outclassed and outgunned by the age group's top team who were older and more experienced on the big field. This team will grow from this experience and all the players/parents should be proud of the way they represented long island. Hey this team got an opportunity to play against a top notch Canadian team. Go ISA! Thanks for representing Long Island.

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#477799 - 05/27/12 09:31 PM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
I think it will be the Oklahoma Thunder over the Miami Heat


lol....that was good. I agree - although don't discount the experience of S.A.

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#477806 - 05/27/12 10:36 PM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: CJ Orlando
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Not a good showing for isa sting at Delco. They got hammered in all 3 games


How did your little darling do? Moron!



CJ he is not only a Moron, but also an ungrateful idiot because his youngest daughter plays for an ISA team. You kind of expect more from a D1 coach, but this man is lacking in social skills so we come to expect this type of behavior from him. I was at Delco and the ISA team played their hearts out in all 3 games. They played 2 good games but were outclassed and outgunned by the age group's top team who were older and more experienced on the big field. This team will grow from this experience and all the players/parents should be proud of the way they represented long island. Hey this team got an opportunity to play against a top notch Canadian team. Go ISA! Thanks for representing Long Island.


I have a serious problem with a grown man, who probably never played one game of soccer in his entire life, coming on a thread of 10/11 year old girls and talking crap. Not only should he be ashamed of himself but I feel heartily sorry for his child. She will learn nothing good from this nasty, jealous ass!! He obviously has no idea what going off the island means in terms of competition.

Good for the team who by what I see did very well, learned a lot and probably had a lot of fun doing it!!! Good for you ISA!!

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#477808 - 05/27/12 11:00 PM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: CJ Orlando]
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Originally Posted By: CJ Orlando
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: CJ Orlando
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Not a good showing for isa sting at Delco. They got hammered in all 3 games


How did your little darling do? Moron!



CJ he is not only a Moron, but also an ungrateful idiot because his youngest daughter plays for an ISA team. You kind of expect more from a D1 coach, but this man is lacking in social skills so we come to expect this type of behavior from him. I was at Delco and the ISA team played their hearts out in all 3 games. They played 2 good games but were outclassed and outgunned by the age group's top team who were older and more experienced on the big field. This team will grow from this experience and all the players/parents should be proud of the way they represented long island. Hey this team got an opportunity to play against a top notch Canadian team. Go ISA! Thanks for representing Long Island.


I have a serious problem with a grown man, who probably never played one game of soccer in his entire life, coming on a thread of 10/11 year old girls and talking crap. Not only should he be ashamed of himself but I feel heartily sorry for his child. She will learn nothing good from this nasty, jealous ass!! He obviously has no idea what going off the island means in terms of competition.

Good for the team who by what I see did very well, learned a lot and probably had a lot of fun doing it!!! Good for you ISA!!


I am from long island. But why do Long Island parents alway always always say their kids played their hearts out against great competition. Played their hearts out???? They LOST.....Long Islanders should start to realize they dont have great trainers and we dont have great players..Everybody always says how great their team is when they crush another LONG ISLAND team...People wake up, Their are kids all over the world playing soccer everyday of their life looking to take your childs SCHOLARSHIP away from them..So please get a grip and just enjoy it while your daughter is still playing soccer.

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#477809 - 05/27/12 11:05 PM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: CJ Orlando
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: CJ Orlando
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Not a good showing for isa sting at Delco. They got hammered in all 3 games


How did your little darling do? Moron!



CJ he is not only a Moron, but also an ungrateful idiot because his youngest daughter plays for an ISA team. You kind of expect more from a D1 coach, but this man is lacking in social skills so we come to expect this type of behavior from him. I was at Delco and the ISA team played their hearts out in all 3 games. They played 2 good games but were outclassed and outgunned by the age group's top team who were older and more experienced on the big field. This team will grow from this experience and all the players/parents should be proud of the way they represented long island. Hey this team got an opportunity to play against a top notch Canadian team. Go ISA! Thanks for representing Long Island.


I have a serious problem with a grown man, who probably never played one game of soccer in his entire life, coming on a thread of 10/11 year old girls and talking crap. Not only should he be ashamed of himself but I feel heartily sorry for his child. She will learn nothing good from this nasty, jealous ass!! He obviously has no idea what going off the island means in terms of competition.

Good for the team who by what I see did very well, learned a lot and probably had a lot of fun doing it!!! Good for you ISA!!


I am from long island. But why do Long Island parents alway always always say their kids played their hearts out against great competition. Played their hearts out???? They LOST.....Long Islanders should start to realize they dont have great trainers and we dont have great players..Everybody always says how great their team is when they crush another LONG ISLAND team...People wake up, Their are kids all over the world playing soccer everyday of their life looking to take your childs SCHOLARSHIP away from them..So please get a grip and just enjoy it while your daughter is still playing soccer.


Again, 10/11 year old girls playing soccer, not in Europe but here in the US. Why are you even talking scholarships. Wow!

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#477831 - 05/28/12 08:53 AM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: CJ Orlando
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: CJ Orlando
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Not a good showing for isa sting at Delco. They got hammered in all 3 games


How did your little darling do? Moron!



CJ he is not only a Moron, but also an ungrateful idiot because his youngest daughter plays for an ISA team. You kind of expect more from a D1 coach, but this man is lacking in social skills so we come to expect this type of behavior from him. I was at Delco and the ISA team played their hearts out in all 3 games. They played 2 good games but were outclassed and outgunned by the age group's top team who were older and more experienced on the big field. This team will grow from this experience and all the players/parents should be proud of the way they represented long island. Hey this team got an opportunity to play against a top notch Canadian team. Go ISA! Thanks for representing Long Island.


I have a serious problem with a grown man, who probably never played one game of soccer in his entire life, coming on a thread of 10/11 year old girls and talking crap. Not only should he be ashamed of himself but I feel heartily sorry for his child. She will learn nothing good from this nasty, jealous ass!! He obviously has no idea what going off the island means in terms of competition.

Good for the team who by what I see did very well, learned a lot and probably had a lot of fun doing it!!! Good for you ISA!!


I am from long island. But why do Long Island parents alway always always say their kids played their hearts out against great competition. Played their hearts out???? They LOST.....Long Islanders should start to realize they dont have great trainers and we dont have great players..Everybody always says how great their team is when they crush another LONG ISLAND team...People wake up, Their are kids all over the world playing soccer everyday of their life looking to take your childs SCHOLARSHIP away from them..So please get a grip and just enjoy it while your daughter is still playing soccer.




It is quite simple those parents say it because they realize, as you should, that it is not whether you win or lose, but how you play the game. When you play in these tournaments against great teams, the expectation is not about winning. Yes, all teams want to win, but the goal of the team/ISA is to determine and identify exactly where the team stands in terms of skill level against these other teams. This helps to identify development/growth needs for the team. Playing your hearts out is representative of not giving up, even in the face of adversity or defeat. It is playing against the best of the best, and getting knocked down and having the courage to get back up and making big plays just like in life. This builds character, leadership, the concept of team and a winning formula. From what I heard, the kids/parents all had a blast spending the weekend together, eating playing and spending time together having fun. No wonder they are among the leaders in team sportsmanship. This team will be playing soccer together for years to come. As I learned, and as you will, this is not a sprint, it is a marathon. Good job MIA team and ISA for making us proud.

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#477838 - 05/28/12 09:58 AM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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So MIA played up?

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#477839 - 05/28/12 10:00 AM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
Anonymous
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: CJ Orlando
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: CJ Orlando
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Not a good showing for isa sting at Delco. They got hammered in all 3 games


How did your little darling do? Moron!



CJ he is not only a Moron, but also an ungrateful idiot because his youngest daughter plays for an ISA team. You kind of expect more from a D1 coach, but this man is lacking in social skills so we come to expect this type of behavior from him. I was at Delco and the ISA team played their hearts out in all 3 games. They played 2 good games but were outclassed and outgunned by the age group's top team who were older and more experienced on the big field. This team will grow from this experience and all the players/parents should be proud of the way they represented long island. Hey this team got an opportunity to play against a top notch Canadian team. Go ISA! Thanks for representing Long Island.


I have a serious problem with a grown man, who probably never played one game of soccer in his entire life, coming on a thread of 10/11 year old girls and talking crap. Not only should he be ashamed of himself but I feel heartily sorry for his child. She will learn nothing good from this nasty, jealous ass!! He obviously has no idea what going off the island means in terms of competition.

Good for the team who by what I see did very well, learned a lot and probably had a lot of fun doing it!!! Good for you ISA!!


I am from long island. But why do Long Island parents alway always always say their kids played their hearts out against great competition. Played their hearts out???? They LOST.....Long Islanders should start to realize they dont have great trainers and we dont have great players..Everybody always says how great their team is when they crush another LONG ISLAND team...People wake up, Their are kids all over the world playing soccer everyday of their life looking to take your childs SCHOLARSHIP away from them..So please get a grip and just enjoy it while your daughter is still playing soccer.




It is quite simple those parents say it because they realize, as you should, that it is not whether you win or lose, but how you play the game. When you play in these tournaments against great teams, the expectation is not about winning. Yes, all teams want to win, but the goal of the team/ISA is to determine and identify exactly where the team stands in terms of skill level against these other teams. This helps to identify development/growth needs for the team. Playing your hearts out is representative of not giving up, even in the face of adversity or defeat. It is playing against the best of the best, and getting knocked down and having the courage to get back up and making big plays just like in life. This builds character, leadership, the concept of team and a winning formula. From what I heard, the kids/parents all had a blast spending the weekend together, eating playing and spending time together having fun. No wonder they are among the leaders in team sportsmanship. This team will be playing soccer together for years to come. As I learned, and as you will, this is not a sprint, it is a marathon. Good job MIA team and ISA for making us proud.


Yes- All that is true if ISA continues to play against top competition all the time and continue to evaluate their program-but it is not enough to charge these prices and play the best of the best, you must be eventually the best of the best. All these teams are U11 and have trained the same amount of time as ISA, why are they so far ahead?

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#478120 - 05/29/12 11:21 AM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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I believe that the ISA team or Albertson for that matter has good training and professional coaching but the fact of the matter is neither team started with top players from this age group and are trying to develop best they can. Other top teams are also training hard so there is just not enough differential in training or time to catch up without recruiting but there should be player movement this summer and we will see improved teams from the larger clubs come the fall.

My personal peeve is the condescending attitude “ we have pro coaches”, “we are in Delco, where are you?” , “we will be playing NPL, you are not going to improve by staying on LI”, “serious players have to play ECLN”…. On and on, when most enlightened soccer people will tell you it is the quality and sheer number of annual practices that develop players and not where you blow off steam on the weekend.

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#478136 - 05/29/12 11:54 AM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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Not doubting your statement and your opinion which I agree with in regard to training but tournaments such as Delco are very important as a "measure" to find out how much improved as well as how good your team performs in out of state tournaments. Not only is it a great team experience but the teams need to play competitive tems from outside their confines of local league play. To win locally is great but to take your team to a bigger stage and see how they play there is important for the coaches as well.

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#478148 - 05/29/12 12:25 PM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
its between NHP Firecats and FC Somers Stingrays in Bracket A
Massapequa all the way in Bracket B
Massapequa wins out -


Some very surprising results at Massapequa this weekend:
Mass lost 2-0 to NY Soccer Club and tied Scarsdale, both Westchester teams.
NHP tied NY Soccer Club and squeaked out a win vs Scarsdale.
Northport X-Treme lost to Scarsdale and Somers.
Seems like the gap between LI and Westchester has narrowed a bit. Thoughts anyone?

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#478228 - 05/29/12 03:25 PM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
its between NHP Firecats and FC Somers Stingrays in Bracket A
Massapequa all the way in Bracket B
Massapequa wins out -


Some very surprising results at Massapequa this weekend:
Mass lost 2-0 to NY Soccer Club and tied Scarsdale, both Westchester teams.
NHP tied NY Soccer Club and squeaked out a win vs Scarsdale.
Northport X-Treme lost to Scarsdale and Somers.
Seems like the gap between LI and Westchester has narrowed a bit. Thoughts anyone?


Massapequa beat scarsdale 3 to 0 for state cup only 2 weeks ago. Possible scarsdale had guest players for tournament

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#478234 - 05/29/12 03:42 PM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
its between NHP Firecats and FC Somers Stingrays in Bracket A
Massapequa all the way in Bracket B
Massapequa wins out -


Some very surprising results at Massapequa this weekend:
Mass lost 2-0 to NY Soccer Club and tied Scarsdale, both Westchester teams.
NHP tied NY Soccer Club and squeaked out a win vs Scarsdale.
Northport X-Treme lost to Scarsdale and Somers.
Seems like the gap between LI and Westchester has narrowed a bit. Thoughts anyone?



Massapequa beat scarsdale 3 to 0 for state cup only 2 weeks ago. Possible scarsdale had guest players for tournament


Different game at 11 v 11 on the big field. There is a lot of learning and adjusting going on.

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#478246 - 05/29/12 04:05 PM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: SoccerDadDMR]
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If I'm not mistaken Somers Stingrays play in U-12 D1, so Northport losing 3-2 to them is not a big deal. Also, big field and guest players does change the game. Not sure if any of these teams had a pure roster of only there girls. Either way all of the score seemed pretty competitive especially between MASS- NHP - NPT - SCARSDALE - SOMERS. Check it out.

https://events.gotsport.com/(S(5e4j5bv1vvcfu455pvv1n245))/events/results.aspx?EventID=22669&Gender=Girls&Age=11

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#478270 - 05/29/12 05:09 PM Re: GU11 Fall 2011/Spring 2012 [Re: Anonymous]
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Originally Posted By: Anonymous
If I'm not mistaken Somers Stingrays play in U-12 D1, so Northport losing 3-2 to them is not a big deal. Also, big field and guest players does change the game. Not sure if any of these teams had a pure roster of only there girls. Either way all of the score seemed pretty competitive especially between MASS- NHP - NPT - SCARSDALE - SOMERS. Check it out.

https://events.gotsport.com/(S(5e4j5bv1vvcfu455pvv1n245))/events/results.aspx?EventID=22669&Gender=Girls&Age=11


Mass played their usual passing game but were not able to move up the field fast enough and stay organized and looked tired by the time I saw them. Also saw the first half of the NHP-NY game which was lively with both teams well organized with NHP having the better scoring opportunities but could not finish.

The NY Girls were athletic and that was probably the difference in the Mass final. The Scarsdale team was well trained and a couple of their kids were small enough to have been playing up.

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