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B2009 BU09 Fall 2017/Spring 2018
#687252 07/27/17 09:01 AM
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It's the start of the Fall 2017/Spring 2018 season. Use this thread for your posts regarding this age group

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Re: B2009 BU09 Fall 2017/Spring 2018
Larry Miller #687360 07/28/17 01:01 PM
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What teams are going where for the new season? NYCSL or LIJSL?? Northport Cow Harbor Dragons are going into LIJSL.

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Larry Miller #687361 07/28/17 01:16 PM
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Wow, I miss the days when my kids played U9 soccer. Only travel a few miles, parents not yet (too) jaded, kids being kids. What great times. Enjoy the good days parents.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Wow, I miss the days when my kids played U9 soccer. Only travel a few miles, parents not yet (too) jaded, kids being kids. What great times. Enjoy the good days parents.


It still exists. Go join a community rec club and if you were actually telling the truth you wouldn't know what BOTN is so I call Bull Sh*t!

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Wow, I miss the days when my kids played U9 soccer. Only travel a few miles, parents not yet (too) jaded, kids being kids. What great times. Enjoy the good days parents.


It still exists. Go join a community rec club and if you were actually telling the truth you wouldn't know what BOTN is so I call Bull Sh*t!


I don't get this? How is knowing about BOTN now have any relevance on my euphoria with children's soccer many years ago? Maybe discovering BOTN made me jaded?

Re: B2009 BU09 Fall 2017/Spring 2018
Larry Miller #687554 07/31/17 01:01 PM
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why troll a U9 thread?

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I saw the results from the East Meadow tournament

Did Susa and KK look that much better then the rest of the field ?

We played the rough riders in the last and they looked very good , but lost to both Susa and KK.

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Larry Miller #689651 08/29/17 12:04 PM
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im surprised KK did well because they lost most of there players to Barca and Valencia.

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Anonymous #689664 08/29/17 12:56 PM
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Was KK-Susa a good game?

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Anonymous #689873 08/30/17 11:02 PM
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I agree, Loved U9 Soccer, sad that some people have to negatively comment on everything.

Re: B2009 BU09 Fall 2017/Spring 2018
Larry Miller #689989 09/01/17 11:26 AM
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BWG 09 coached by the same coach from last year both blue and white any predictions this season guys with the new Barca RED in this nycsl Div 1 league? I seen SUSA and Albertsons training both added new players and look really sharp.... just saying

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Larry Miller #690328 09/05/17 11:48 AM
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The red 09 barca team beat the Blue 08 team in a scrimmage last week. They look very good and will hold their own in D1. A few of the players are ridiculously talented. For a new team I was very surprised

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
The red 09 barca team beat the Blue 08 team in a scrimmage last week. They look very good and will hold their own in D1. A few of the players are ridiculously talented. For a new team I was very surprised


Kudos to the "09 team but I wouldn't want to be a parent from the '08 team.

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Larry Miller #690972 09/11/17 03:33 PM
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The Auburndale 2009 green team just beat Barca Red 2-0 Saturday. They must be talented too.

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Larry Miller #690993 09/11/17 06:42 PM
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Yes I posted the other posting. I heard Auburndale won 2-0 great job. The feedback I got was the goalie was unbelievable

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Can anyone suggest a good smallish club team for my son? He plays for a club team and does LIJSL PDP as well but I don't like that the practices were parent-coached. I don't want him going to a soccer factory because I like the PDP program but a good club team that challenges him would be nice.

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Larry Miller #696399 11/13/17 01:33 PM
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where do you live?

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I am with Northport Cow Harbor Soccer. We get trained by paid trainers as well. Our team has been undefeated in LIJSL so far. D1 NYCSL is a lot more competitive though. But our team is very strong. We have a very good group of boys from all over and they have lots of fun. We will be doing futsal and a Winter league. Email me if you have any interest keving@themggroup.info good luck with your search.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Can anyone suggest a good smallish club team for my son? He plays for a club team and does LIJSL PDP as well but I don't like that the practices were parent-coached. I don't want him going to a soccer factory because I like the PDP program but a good club team that challenges him would be nice.



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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Can anyone suggest a good smallish club team for my son? He plays for a club team and does LIJSL PDP as well but I don't like that the practices were parent-coached. I don't want him going to a soccer factory because I like the PDP program but a good club team that challenges him would be nice.


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Are the U9 PDI game scores posted anywhere?

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Are the U9 PDI game scores posted anywhere?


The scores are not published but the standings are only posted on BOTN. Click on the LIJSL link in the scores links at the top and then from the drop down you can see the standings.

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Thank you for the replies. We live in Holtsville but are definitely not averse to travel. I will look into to all the teams posted.

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I am curious - if you have a child who is "good" at soccer - you have to define "good" for yourself - how and when was it determined that s/he was good? How old was s/he? What was it that made is apparent? Did anyone else comment on it? And where does s/he play now - travel, rec, club, academy, etc. Thanks in advance.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
I am curious - if you have a child who is "good" at soccer - you have to define "good" for yourself - how and when was it determined that s/he was good? How old was s/he? What was it that made is apparent? Did anyone else comment on it? And where does s/he play now - travel, rec, club, academy, etc. Thanks in advance.


Well, not sure what you are looking for and what you are looking for that will exactly help your child, but I will give it a shot.

Since you are posting on the BU9 board I will assume that your child is young. I say that because today’s 9 year old superstar could be an average U15 player tomorrow for a variety of reasons. But to be considered “good” or better than most they usually are faster than others, better dribblers and can maintain possession better than most at their age group. Speed alone does not make a very good player. Vision is another skill better than most the “vision” to see an opportunity to see a play before it develops this involves an “intelligence” that you see in some players that stand out from average players. It’s a lot of elements, not just the ones that I mentioned but it’s usually clear to all spectators watching who the best players are. It’s more an objective judgement whereby there is agreement among almost all spectators and not just that player’s coach or parent that may be biased and not be able to be totally objective.

The question is why do you ask? What is the goal for your child? Fun? Scholarship possibilities? What is the end game?

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