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B2010, 2011, 2012 (BU9, BU8, BU7) Fall 2018/Spring 2019
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It's the start of the Fall 2018/Spring 2019 season. Use this thread for your posts regarding this age group.

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Re: B2010, 2011, 2012 (BU9, BU8, BU7) Fall 2018/Spring 2019
Larry Miller #710800 08/07/18 10:46 AM
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I saw that quite a few of the U7/U8 town teams groups aren't part of the JSS Fall Season this year.

Where are they playing if not in JSS?

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Checkout LIJSL or the EDP Futures if they are not showing in JSS.

Re: B2010, 2011, 2012 (BU9, BU8, BU7) Fall 2018/Spring 2019
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LIJSL and Futures are for U9.

For example Jericho fielded 8 teams between the U7/8 age groups in Spring 2018. They have no teams registered in Fall 2018 JSS. Did everyone in the town decide not to play soccer anymore?

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
LIJSL and Futures are for U9.

For example Jericho fielded 8 teams between the U7/8 age groups in Spring 2018. They have no teams registered in Fall 2018 JSS. Did everyone in the town decide not to play soccer anymore?


LIJSL now has a U7/U8 interleague program. Perhaps they went there?

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Larry Miller #710995 08/13/18 09:20 AM
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Can you provide the link to the interleague program? The LIJSL is just a mess to find anything.

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Can you provide the link to the interleague program? The LIJSL is just a mess to find anything.


All the info on the interleague program has been in e-mails to the club presidents/registrars. But I'll gladly explain the basics.

Since it is considered to be an enhancement/replacement of the clubs intramural programs, they aren't actually registering teams until the first week of September. That way clubs have time to approach their intramural players about playing in this new program. No scores or standings will be kept and the clubs are to provide their own in-house referees.

U7/U8 is 4v4. Costs are $8 per player (good for year) and a $50 team fee per season. For this you should get a 6 game season.

U9 and up follows USSF guidelines. Costs are $10 per player (good for year) and a $75 team fee per season. For this you should get an 8 game season.

Though all players and coaches are required to be registered (and coaches must get risk management), there will be no passes issued and for that matter no fixed rosters. Instead a master registration sheet with all the players by age will be printed (and I believe the eligible coaches are also on this sheet) and all the ref has to do pre-game is to ensure that everyone is listed on that master sheet.

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Larry Miller #711140 08/16/18 09:04 PM
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That sounds good for the kids rather then intramurals doesn't it?

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Do U7,U8 players have all complete US club soccer registration/med waiver form in order to play in Just say Soccer league (JSS)?

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A teammate of my son (U8), has been approached by a couple of town teams to play for them. He is a real good player and could probably play U9. Does poaching occur at this young age?

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A teammate of my son (U8), has been approached by a couple of town teams to play for them. He is a real good player and could probably play U9. Does poaching occur at this young age?


Poaching exists at every age but most people do not consider being approached by teams in the summer off season to be poaching. Unless you have already committed to another team for the fall.

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A teammate of my son (U8), has been approached by a couple of town teams to play for them. He is a real good player and could probably play U9. Does poaching occur at this young age?


Poaching exists at every age but most people do not consider being approached by teams in the summer off season to be poaching. Unless you have already committed to another team for the fall.


My advice is to let your son U8 play with kids his age now, if he is that good at U10/11 maybe move him up let him enjoy soccer now, he will have plenty of time to move around and collect jerseys

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Another wonderful display of sportsmanship by Kozy but this time at U9 age group. Only a matter of time before he is shown the door at Dix Hills. Add it the list of Kings Park, SUSA, Deer Park, etc. Excellent group of players at Dix Hills but it’s a shame they have to deal with such a clueless coach. As we all know, he doesn’t embody the qualities one would want in their child. He should be nowhere near 7/8 year olds with that attitude/behavior. Like those before them, the parents will realize this soon enough if they haven’t already. Remember, winning a U9 tournament is not that important in the grand scheme of things. Too bad Kozy failed to make it to the finals. I know it will be eating away at him all day...hopefully all week..

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We also lost to Dix Hills, very competitive team. Why are you bitter against Kozy!

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We also lost to Dix Hills, very competitive team. Why are you bitter against Kozy!


Funny.

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I live in Western Nassau County border, which club is better, when you take training, price, talent and level of interest? Elmont, New Hyde Park, Franklin Square or Mineola ?

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We also lost to Dix Hills, very competitive team. Why are you bitter against Kozy!


Kozy. LOL. How many chances is that guy going to get? This may be his last one - several of his U9 players have been taking trainings with another club.

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We also lost to Dix Hills, very competitive team. Why are you bitter against Kozy!


Kozy. LOL. How many chances is that guy going to get? This may be his last one - several of his U9 players have been taking trainings with another club.


Unfortunately he is extremely immature. Doesn’t know how to treat kids and be a role model. Hopefully he will mature sooner rather than later for his sake. Dix Hills is talented but like his teams before, they won’t stay together with him as parents will not tolerate his behavior for very long. 8 year old children should not be subjected to such behavior and the parents are smart enough to know it.

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We also lost to Dix Hills, very competitive team. Why are you bitter against Kozy!


Kozy. LOL. How many chances is that guy going to get? This may be his last one - several of his U9 players have been taking trainings with another club.


Unfortunately he is extremely immature. Doesn’t know how to treat kids and be a role model. Hopefully he will mature sooner rather than later for his sake. Dix Hills is talented but like his teams before, they won’t stay together with him as parents will not tolerate his behavior for very long. 8 year old children should not be subjected to such behavior and the parents are smart enough to know it.


One of the mother's is the ring leader - she's burned bridges at 3 or 4 different clubs, including the HBC team she blew up last year because Kozy promised her that her kid would play in the middle of the field and take all of the kicks....he's the kind of kid that looks over at mom 100 times during the game when things don't go his way. The irony is that her kid is the weak link on the field for them - we've played them a couple of times in the last couple of months.

One of my kids was on a similar team a few years ago - between the ages of 8 and 9 they won everything in top NYCSL divisions, platinum level tournaments in Hershey, Cape Cod etc. By U11 they went 0-8, scored 6 goals and everyone went separate ways. LOL.

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We also lost to Dix Hills, very competitive team. Why are you bitter against Kozy!


Kozy. LOL. How many chances is that guy going to get? This may be his last one - several of his U9 players have been taking trainings with another club.


Unfortunately he is extremely immature. Doesn’t know how to treat kids and be a role model. Hopefully he will mature sooner rather than later for his sake. Dix Hills is talented but like his teams before, they won’t stay together with him as parents will not tolerate his behavior for very long. 8 year old children should not be subjected to such behavior and the parents are smart enough to know it.


One of the mother's is the ring leader - she's burned bridges at 3 or 4 different clubs, including the HBC team she blew up last year because Kozy promised her that her kid would play in the middle of the field and take all of the kicks....he's the kind of kid that looks over at mom 100 times during the game when things don't go his way. The irony is that her kid is the weak link on the field for them - we've played them a couple of times in the last couple of months.

One of my kids was on a similar team a few years ago - between the ages of 8 and 9 they won everything in top NYCSL divisions, platinum level tournaments in Hershey, Cape Cod etc. By U11 they went 0-8, scored 6 goals and everyone went separate ways. LOL.


Haha. My son is actually on this team. You nailed it. Our son likes the trainer - but the mom you mentioned and a couple of sets of parents she brought along with her are lunatics.

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My youngest daughter plays in the Global Sports Center league Saturday's. The level of talent I see are extreme, either really good or really bad. This goes for the boys teams as well, as they play simultaneously. There is some stand out talent out there, especially U9/U10, great field awareness, ability to play without the ball and "not just kick the ball anywhere". I know its only indoor soccer but if a player has these attributes at such an early age, with proper guidance, they should develop into something special.

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My youngest daughter plays in the Global Sports Center league Saturday's. The level of talent I see are extreme, either really good or really bad. This goes for the boys teams as well, as they play simultaneously. There is some stand out talent out there, especially U9/U10, great field awareness, ability to play without the ball and "not just kick the ball anywhere". I know its only indoor soccer but if a player has these attributes at such an early age, with proper guidance, they should develop into something special.


Or be burned out by 14 because they are not having fun anymore. Kids need down time TMO

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I live in Western Nassau County border, which club is better, when you take training, price, talent and level of interest? Elmont, New Hyde Park, Franklin Square or Mineola ?


I would be interest in hearing people's opinion on this as well. Any good clubs in the Bayside and/or NW Nassau area that aren't massive but have committed families and coaches?

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I live in Western Nassau County border, which club is better, when you take training, price, talent and level of interest? Elmont, New Hyde Park, Franklin Square or Mineola ?


I would be interest in hearing people's opinion on this as well. Any good clubs in the Bayside and/or NW Nassau area that aren't massive but have committed families and coaches?

Auburndale - pretty good talent wise as they are able to pull in from nearby latin community. Elmont-some very good players but play dirtier than most teams, especially when teams are losing. NHP- great atmosphere but not very athletic as demographics push 24/7 academics over well rounded individuals. Mineola-solid players all around, on the expensive side.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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I live in Western Nassau County border, which club is better, when you take training, price, talent and level of interest? Elmont, New Hyde Park, Franklin Square or Mineola ?


I would be interest in hearing people's opinion on this as well. Any good clubs in the Bayside and/or NW Nassau area that aren't massive but have committed families and coaches?

Auburndale - pretty good talent wise as they are able to pull in from nearby latin community. Elmont-some very good players but play dirtier than most teams, especially when teams are losing. NHP- great atmosphere but not very athletic as demographics push 24/7 academics over well rounded individuals. Mineola-solid players all around, on the expensive side.


Hilarious commentary. Par for the course.

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