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Re: G2008:U12 Fall 2019/Spring 2020
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The best technical coaching in this group are SUSA and East Meadow.


Some town based teams (not meant with any disrespect) do a great job as well.

New Hyde Park, Auburndale, Kings Park and Lake Grove. Depending on where you’re located

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True those are some decent teams but the poster asked about programs and none of those town based teams have anything resembling a program and have basically a path to nowhere.

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True those are some decent teams but the poster asked about programs and none of those town based teams have anything resembling a program and have basically a path to nowhere.


I've coached for over 20 years multiple sports and if your daughter is that good they will find her.

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World class, their 2008 team is remarkable. And my kid does not play there

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The best technical coaching in this group are SUSA and East Meadow.

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True those are some decent teams but the poster asked about programs and none of those town based teams have anything resembling a program and have basically a path to nowhere.


I've coached for over 20 years multiple sports and if your daughter is that good they will find her.



Couldn't agree more. There are some very talented players at these town teams. Some of them are known to everyone, and others unknown playing on teams in lower divisions. If and when these players decide to move to a bigger club, a player who has been with that team for many years will be moved out in an instant. All the ECNL and DA teams know this. Do the parents? xoxo

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True those are some decent teams but the poster asked about programs and none of those town based teams have anything resembling a program and have basically a path to nowhere.


I've coached for over 20 years multiple sports and if your daughter is that good they will find her.



Couldn't agree more. There are some very talented players at these town teams. Some of them are known to everyone, and others unknown playing on teams in lower divisions. If and when these players decide to move to a bigger club, a player who has been with that team for many years will be moved out in an instant. All the ECNL and DA teams know this. Do the parents? xoxo


Im not sure I understand this? How will They move out in an instant? Like they know who those players are already?? and will scoop them up. My daughter plays for a town team and but looking for better training for her. What about RR or EDP?

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True those are some decent teams but the poster asked about programs and none of those town based teams have anything resembling a program and have basically a path to nowhere.


What does being those programs get your children? Are they promising your children scholarship? Or a spot on a professional team or national team? Where are these programs going? Yes they play good competition! But town teams like Aurbendale, NHP, Lake Grove may participate in EDP and in top competitive tournaments in which they may face teams that are ECNL or DA caliber. Im sure some of the town teams out there may have age groups that are better then Long Island ECNL and DA teams.

LISC is DA program and they would’ve take anyone that showed up to their tryout and start a team. Is that type of program better then an Aurbendale, NHP, Surf (although they’re not even a town club) in the 2008 age group?

Focus on school and personal development for your children until U15/U16 and they’re ready to deal with all the school commitments and soccer. Remember zero scholarships for soccer players, let alone girls soccer programs (which is a shame frown )

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Parent admin nuts alby?


Am I the only one that has no idea what this poster was trying to say?

Are you just throwing words together?
Which Alby team are you talking about?
What is the context of your post?

This really makes no sense. If you’re looking to make a comment, I’d highly suggest learning the intricacies of the English language. Hell, even just the basics would work in this setting.


Sounds like someone with a personal issue, trying to stir the pot and badmouth someone on a public forum. Bad precedent and embarrassing behavior.


Don’t think the admin is bad at all but some of the parents are pathetic. Standing on the sidelines by their kids coaching them and telling them where and how to play is really sad. The trainer must love these parents living thru their kids, they are clueless. The alby B team should not be playing up and should have stayed on smaller field and learn the game the right way I nstead of having a larger roster and playing on the bigger field. Kids learn the right way on a smaller pitch but these delusional parents buy what Slick and alby sell them!! Keep drinking the kool aid and wasting that money but can say my kid plays for “ Albertson”. Keep writing those checks, lol!!!


Hicksville played alby last weekend and beat them 3-0, was told they dominated them, keep paying alby parents!

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True those are some decent teams but the poster asked about programs and none of those town based teams have anything resembling a program and have basically a path to nowhere.


I've coached for over 20 years multiple sports and if your daughter is that good they will find her.



Couldn't agree more. There are some very talented players at these town teams. Some of them are known to everyone, and others unknown playing on teams in lower divisions. If and when these players decide to move to a bigger club, a player who has been with that team for many years will be moved out in an instant. All the ECNL and DA teams know this. Do the parents? xoxo


Im not sure I understand this? How will They move out in an instant? Like they know who those players are already?? and will scoop them up. My daughter plays for a town team and but looking for better training for her. What about RR or EDP?


By now the coaches of the top teams who have been playing against one another for several seasons now know which kids belong to what club and which kids are talented. This is the age when all the poaching begins and teams start to consolidate. Once the consolidation begins In Programs like East Meadow and Alberston (or Fury whatever they are now) the lower ranked players get pushed down to the B team. There is no loyalty. Once that player is sent down, the likely hood of that player moving back to the A team is slim to none. The good news is those players won’t get displaced. They’ll still be able to play the sport in a lower tier team. But I’m sure parents wouldn’t be to happy having their child demoted.

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If dominated them is referencing the 3 parents on the sideline who didn't stop whining to the referee all game, then call it what you will. Anyone who understands the game knows that the score of that game is no way a reflection of what the game was like...

With respect to the post above that asks about programs and different leagues, the entire youth soccer landscape is so convoluted right now. There are so many leagues and pathways that players can pursue. You have for profit entities like EDP that will gladly take money for you to travel and play...new leagues and league alignments popping up promising "better" competition etc...

Just enjoy watching your child playing a sport that teaches them so much more than pursuing professional aspirations. Hell, even the NCAA knows this as here are there statistics for high school athletes who go on to play college ball

Soccer (HS Players) 456,362
(NCAA Players) 25,072
(% moving on from HS to play College) 5.5%
(Division 1) 1.3%
(Division 2) 1.5%
(Division 3) 2.7%

Embrace who your child is. Don't try to mold them into who you think they're supposed to be or what team they should be on. Take notice of who they are and celebrate that.

As someone who used to coach at the college level and now has a daughter in this age group, I am just happy to see my daughter on the field with teammates learning what it means to be part of a team and develop a sense of resiliency when her team underachieves and celebrate when she and her teammates do well.

Thanks for all of the entertainment with your posts about girls who are 11 and 12 years old...just remember, that there are no scholarships being given out right now, most of the parents involved are volunteers. So sit back and enjoy kids being kids.

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If dominated them is referencing the 3 parents on the sideline who didn't stop whining to the referee all game, then call it what you will. Anyone who understands the game knows that the score of that game is no way a reflection of what the game was like...

With respect to the post above that asks about programs and different leagues, the entire youth soccer landscape is so convoluted right now. There are so many leagues and pathways that players can pursue. You have for profit entities like EDP that will gladly take money for you to travel and play...new leagues and league alignments popping up promising "better" competition etc...

Just enjoy watching your child playing a sport that teaches them so much more than pursuing professional aspirations. Hell, even the NCAA knows this as here are there statistics for high school athletes who go on to play college ball

Soccer (HS Players) 456,362
(NCAA Players) 25,072
(% moving on from HS to play College) 5.5%
(Division 1) 1.3%
(Division 2) 1.5%
(Division 3) 2.7%

Embrace who your child is. Don't try to mold them into who you think they're supposed to be or what team they should be on. Take notice of who they are and celebrate that.

As someone who used to coach at the college level and now has a daughter in this age group, I am just happy to see my daughter on the field with teammates learning what it means to be part of a team and develop a sense of resiliency when her team underachieves and celebrate when she and her teammates do well.

Thanks for all of the entertainment with your posts about girls who are 11 and 12 years old...just remember, that there are no scholarships being given out right now, most of the parents involved are volunteers. So sit back and enjoy kids being kids.


Sounds like a bitter sore loser alby B team daddy/mommy.....ur saying they had control of that game and had pressure on their opponents side of the field? How many shots did they even have? What about the annoying mom telling her poor kid where to play and following her daughter up and down the field if that’s not the saddest thing and a coaches dream then I’m not sure what is. It’s ok you lost to a town team that plays well and guessing pays half what u pay....keep dreaming and paying!!

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If dominated them is referencing the 3 parents on the sideline who didn't stop whining to the referee all game, then call it what you will. Anyone who understands the game knows that the score of that game is no way a reflection of what the game was like...

With respect to the post above that asks about programs and different leagues, the entire youth soccer landscape is so convoluted right now. There are so many leagues and pathways that players can pursue. You have for profit entities like EDP that will gladly take money for you to travel and play...new leagues and league alignments popping up promising "better" competition etc...

Just enjoy watching your child playing a sport that teaches them so much more than pursuing professional aspirations. Hell, even the NCAA knows this as here are there statistics for high school athletes who go on to play college ball

Soccer (HS Players) 456,362
(NCAA Players) 25,072
(% moving on from HS to play College) 5.5%
(Division 1) 1.3%
(Division 2) 1.5%
(Division 3) 2.7%

Embrace who your child is. Don't try to mold them into who you think they're supposed to be or what team they should be on. Take notice of who they are and celebrate that.

As someone who used to coach at the college level and now has a daughter in this age group, I am just happy to see my daughter on the field with teammates learning what it means to be part of a team and develop a sense of resiliency when her team underachieves and celebrate when she and her teammates do well.

Thanks for all of the entertainment with your posts about girls who are 11 and 12 years old...just remember, that there are no scholarships being given out right now, most of the parents involved are volunteers. So sit back and enjoy kids being kids.



Don’t forget NPL... another money hungry league who promises top competition! Meanwhile they’ll take Albys B team who only until last season moved up to play NYCSL premier 1 and they came in last! Great competition Gary Grossman is promoting in NPL.

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If dominated them is referencing the 3 parents on the sideline who didn't stop whining to the referee all game, then call it what you will. Anyone who understands the game knows that the score of that game is no way a reflection of what the game was like...

With respect to the post above that asks about programs and different leagues, the entire youth soccer landscape is so convoluted right now. There are so many leagues and pathways that players can pursue. You have for profit entities like EDP that will gladly take money for you to travel and play...new leagues and league alignments popping up promising "better" competition etc...

Just enjoy watching your child playing a sport that teaches them so much more than pursuing professional aspirations. Hell, even the NCAA knows this as here are there statistics for high school athletes who go on to play college ball

Soccer (HS Players) 456,362
(NCAA Players) 25,072
(% moving on from HS to play College) 5.5%
(Division 1) 1.3%
(Division 2) 1.5%
(Division 3) 2.7%

Embrace who your child is. Don't try to mold them into who you think they're supposed to be or what team they should be on. Take notice of who they are and celebrate that.

As someone who used to coach at the college level and now has a daughter in this age group, I am just happy to see my daughter on the field with teammates learning what it means to be part of a team and develop a sense of resiliency when her team underachieves and celebrate when she and her teammates do well.

Thanks for all of the entertainment with your posts about girls who are 11 and 12 years old...just remember, that there are no scholarships being given out right now, most of the parents involved are volunteers. So sit back and enjoy kids being kids.



Don’t forget NPL... another money hungry league who promises top competition! Meanwhile they’ll take Albys B team who only until last season moved up to play NYCSL premier 1 and they came in last! Great competition Gary Grossman is promoting in NPL.


Slick doing a great job of selling a bunch of BS to these dumb parents who think this is in their kids best interest. Slicks best interest is filling his pockets with their cash. Playing on a bigger field is the best thing for home with a bigger roster equals more money. Anyone who knows soccer knows smaller field is the best thing for these kids to learn how to play. Not chase the goalies punt and run after it to try and score, stupid parents can’t see past his nonsense.

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Next year nhp and aurbandale merge with EM and is coached by...

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Next year nhp and aurbandale merge with EM and is coached by...


Merge? There is one, maybe two girls who can start on EMSC between those two teams. Probably both on Aub

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Next year nhp and aurbandale merge with EM and is coached by...


Merge? There is one, maybe two girls who can start on EMSC between those two teams. Probably both on Aub



Thought aurbandale was the better team of the three

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Why would AUB merge with EM? EM came in last last year that bracket! Why would anyone merge? Just for ECNL? Let them prove their program and how they develop all those kids in ECNL. Btw heard a rumor EM was losing ECNL is that true?

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[quote=Anonymous]Next year nhp and aurbandale merge with EM and is coached by...


Merge? There is one, maybe two girls who can start on EMSC between those two teams. Probably both on Aub



Thought aurbandale was the better team of the three[/quote

Auburndale is a much better team then EM! No need to break up that team to help a program out that promotes themselves as an academy and develops all players! Where is the “promised” development of all these players? Let them build the depth from their B team! Make them earn their money instead of poaching players.

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Great weekend for Alby at Discovery cup.

Both 08 teams won their flights.

09’s and 10’s went to the finals as well

Congrats to all.


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AUB has five girls that could start for any team on LI.

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AUB has five girls that could start for any team on LI.


Agreed! Those 5 starters with the EM top players will dominate and LI team.

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If dominated them is referencing the 3 parents on the sideline who didn't stop whining to the referee all game, then call it what you will. Anyone who understands the game knows that the score of that game is no way a reflection of what the game was like...

With respect to the post above that asks about programs and different leagues, the entire youth soccer landscape is so convoluted right now. There are so many leagues and pathways that players can pursue. You have for profit entities like EDP that will gladly take money for you to travel and play...new leagues and league alignments popping up promising "better" competition etc...

Just enjoy watching your child playing a sport that teaches them so much more than pursuing professional aspirations. Hell, even the NCAA knows this as here are there statistics for high school athletes who go on to play college ball

Soccer (HS Players) 456,362
(NCAA Players) 25,072
(% moving on from HS to play College) 5.5%
(Division 1) 1.3%
(Division 2) 1.5%
(Division 3) 2.7%

Embrace who your child is. Don't try to mold them into who you think they're supposed to be or what team they should be on. Take notice of who they are and celebrate that.

As someone who used to coach at the college level and now has a daughter in this age group, I am just happy to see my daughter on the field with teammates learning what it means to be part of a team and develop a sense of resiliency when her team underachieves and celebrate when she and her teammates do well.

Thanks for all of the entertainment with your posts about girls who are 11 and 12 years old...just remember, that there are no scholarships being given out right now, most of the parents involved are volunteers. So sit back and enjoy kids being kids.



Don’t forget NPL... another money hungry league who promises top competition! Meanwhile they’ll take Albys B team who only until last season moved up to play NYCSL premier 1 and they came in last! Great competition Gary Grossman is promoting in NPL.


Slick doing a great job of selling a bunch of BS to these dumb parents who think this is in their kids best interest. Slicks best interest is filling his pockets with their cash. Playing on a bigger field is the best thing for home with a bigger roster equals more money. Anyone who knows soccer knows smaller field is the best thing for these kids to learn how to play. Not chase the goalies punt and run after it to try and score, stupid parents can’t see past his nonsense.


Ok, I am an Ably B team parent. I rarely post, but enough. I want to set a few things straight

“Slick” didn’t sell us on playing 11v11 this year. It was our idea as parents. We increased the roster size by 1 player. Not really moving the needle for “Slick”. The idea was to give the girls a head start while still playing on age competition in NPL.

In the 11v11 league our girls have lost 1 game.

None of us have any misconceptions of what our kids can/will do with their soccer careers. There are a group of girls that came over when PFK merged with alby that have been together for a long time now. There are others that joined when the Fury Blue was formed in 2017. Since then these girls (and parents)have become incredibly close. They love playing together and love their coach. We as the parents feel that above all else that is worth the Alby price tag.

In all competitions this team has beaten Auburndale, NHP, surf, lake grove and somers. Why wouldn’t they deserve a chance to playin D1 with the better competition.

The club was reluctant to put is in D1 last season because they felt it was going to be tough on certain players. It was left to the parents to decide. We collectively felt that the earned the opportunity to play at the top level. We still stand by that.

We don’t care about last place, they’re 11.

Besides Our girls lost one game badly that whole season against Auburndale. Lost one game by 2 goals against the Alby A team. The other losses against lake Grove and the mighty EM were 3-2 and 1-0. The others Somers, Surf and NHP were draws.

So I don’t know what club your kid belongs to but odds are you’ve had your hands full at some point playing against this team.

In summary, stop counting our money worrying about our kids we’ll be fine. We got this.

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If dominated them is referencing the 3 parents on the sideline who didn't stop whining to the referee all game, then call it what you will. Anyone who understands the game knows that the score of that game is no way a reflection of what the game was like...

With respect to the post above that asks about programs and different leagues, the entire youth soccer landscape is so convoluted right now. There are so many leagues and pathways that players can pursue. You have for profit entities like EDP that will gladly take money for you to travel and play...new leagues and league alignments popping up promising "better" competition etc...

Just enjoy watching your child playing a sport that teaches them so much more than pursuing professional aspirations. Hell, even the NCAA knows this as here are there statistics for high school athletes who go on to play college ball

Soccer (HS Players) 456,362
(NCAA Players) 25,072
(% moving on from HS to play College) 5.5%
(Division 1) 1.3%
(Division 2) 1.5%
(Division 3) 2.7%

Embrace who your child is. Don't try to mold them into who you think they're supposed to be or what team they should be on. Take notice of who they are and celebrate that.

As someone who used to coach at the college level and now has a daughter in this age group, I am just happy to see my daughter on the field with teammates learning what it means to be part of a team and develop a sense of resiliency when her team underachieves and celebrate when she and her teammates do well.

Thanks for all of the entertainment with your posts about girls who are 11 and 12 years old...just remember, that there are no scholarships being given out right now, most of the parents involved are volunteers. So sit back and enjoy kids being kids.



Don’t forget NPL... another money hungry league who promises top competition! Meanwhile they’ll take Albys B team who only until last season moved up to play NYCSL premier 1 and they came in last! Great competition Gary Grossman is promoting in NPL.


Slick doing a great job of selling a bunch of BS to these dumb parents who think this is in their kids best interest. Slicks best interest is filling his pockets with their cash. Playing on a bigger field is the best thing for home with a bigger roster equals more money. Anyone who knows soccer knows smaller field is the best thing for these kids to learn how to play. Not chase the goalies punt and run after it to try and score, stupid parents can’t see past his nonsense.


Ok, I am an Ably B team parent. I rarely post, but enough. I want to set a few things straight

“Slick” didn’t sell us on playing 11v11 this year. It was our idea as parents. We increased the roster size by 1 player. Not really moving the needle for “Slick”. The idea was to give the girls a head start while still playing on age competition in NPL.

In the 11v11 league our girls have lost 1 game.

None of us have any misconceptions of what our kids can/will do with their soccer careers. There are a group of girls that came over when PFK merged with alby that have been together for a long time now. There are others that joined when the Fury Blue was formed in 2017. Since then these girls (and parents)have become incredibly close. They love playing together and love their coach. We as the parents feel that above all else that is worth the Alby price tag.

In all competitions this team has beaten Auburndale, NHP, surf, lake grove and somers. Why wouldn’t they deserve a chance to playin D1 with the better competition.

The club was reluctant to put is in D1 last season because they felt it was going to be tough on certain players. It was left to the parents to decide. We collectively felt that the earned the opportunity to play at the top level. We still stand by that.

We don’t care about last place, they’re 11.

Besides Our girls lost one game badly that whole season against Auburndale. Lost one game by 2 goals against the Alby A team. The other losses against lake Grove and the mighty EM were 3-2 and 1-0. The others Somers, Surf and NHP were draws.

So I don’t know what club your kid belongs to but odds are you’ve had your hands full at some point playing against this team.

In summary, stop counting our money worrying about our kids we’ll be fine. We got this.





Well said! They’re 11 years old! Who cares where they play as long as they’re developing and having fun! Keep the team together as long as you can!

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AUB has five girls that could start for any team on LI.


Agreed! Those 5 starters with the EM top players will dominate and LI team.


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AUB has five girls that could start for any team on LI.


Agreed! Those 5 starters with the EM top players will dominate and LI team.



AUB to Alby
NHP to EM

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AUB has five girls that could start for any team on LI.


Agreed! Those 5 starters with the EM top players will dominate and LI team.


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AUB has five girls that could start for any team on LI.


Agreed! Those 5 starters with the EM top players will dominate and LI team.



AUB to Alby
NHP to EM



NHP to Alby they share the same fields for training and games.

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