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Re: USSF BDA Fall 2019/Spring 2020
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Re: USSF BDA Fall 2019/Spring 2020
Larry Miller #730710 12/09/19 09:48 AM
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This reminds me of Todd Marinovich. A former American football phenom who played quarter for the Raiders. Father pushed him from birth, then when he was on his own he couldn’t handle it and his life spiraled out of control.

Re: USSF BDA Fall 2019/Spring 2020
Larry Miller #730717 12/09/19 12:02 PM
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You don’t need this Test at this age. His body is changing and those numbers will change really fast.

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Anonymous #730719 12/09/19 12:23 PM
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he's not even that good. what's he doing at whole foods at 10am on a school day?

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Larry Miller #730721 12/09/19 12:27 PM
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Its really nothing compared to little pre-teenage girls training for a spot on the US Olympic Gymnastics team. You want to see torture? go research the training regimin.

Losers always complain that something is "to hard" or "unnecessary".

The Truth is everyone says they want to be a "CHAMPION" but only 1/10,000 is will actually put in the work to make this happen....so the question is do you want to be a champion? Or do you just want to pretend that you want to be because it sounds cool?....This is a rhetorical question everyone should ask themselves.

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I've seen various video of this young player but all dealt with the physical attributes of his game and the various training sessions he goes through. What I haven't seen and most of us want to know is what about the psychological aspects of his development? He's just a kid after all. What happens when he misses out on things kids his age should also be doing? Will he rebel or just plain old get burned out because this is his daddy's dream? Game after game, tournament after tournament, training and more training. Until the videos show the counterbalance to all the soccer, I'd agree with the post that potentially likens him to another Todd Marinovich.

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Larry Miller #730724 12/09/19 12:44 PM
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I've seen various video of this young player but all dealt with the physical attributes of his game and the various training sessions he goes through. What I haven't seen and most of us want to know is what about the psychological aspects of his development? He's just a kid after all. What happens when he misses out on things kids his age should also be doing? Will he rebel or just plain old get burned out because this is his daddy's dream? Game after game, tournament after tournament, training and more training. Until the videos show the counterbalance to all the soccer, I'd agree with the post that potentially likens him to another Todd Marinovich.


Work ethic is learned. Most kids would rather sit around and play video games. I applaud this guy as long as the kid enjoys it too. More then likely this kid doesn't know anything different then the way he is living his life. So to him he will only know how to work hard and will look back on these times as quality time with his father.

The fact is that everyone on this thread is all about puffing there chest about their kids and berating everyone else's. All barca parents think that their kids are better than NYCFC kids.

All parents think that their way of raising their kid is better than the way others raise theirs.

Just do your best with your kid and stop worrying about everyone else's.

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un-freaking-believable


Its really nothing compared to little pre-teenage girls training for a spot on the US Olympic Gymnastics team. You want to see torture? go research the training regimin.

Losers always complain that something is "to hard" or "unnecessary".

The Truth is everyone says they want to be a "CHAMPION" but only 1/10,000 is will actually put in the work to make this happen....so the question is do you want to be a champion? Or do you just want to pretend that you want to be because it sounds cool?....This is a rhetorical question everyone should ask themselves.


Tell me one World Cup or champions league winning player who did crap like this at age 10. You can’t because they were playing street soccer or training with a local club a couple nights a week.

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Larry Miller #730726 12/09/19 12:52 PM
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10 year old kids are not supposed to train this much . It honestly isn’t healthy physically or mentally.

This kind of crap is why sports med doctors are starting to see more and more high school kids with previously unheard injuries at that age. And that is just the physical part.

If a kid has talent nurture it, don’t force it. Doesn’t mean a thing who is the best u11 player (except to the crazy dads out there).

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I've seen various video of this young player but all dealt with the physical attributes of his game and the various training sessions he goes through. What I haven't seen and most of us want to know is what about the psychological aspects of his development? He's just a kid after all. What happens when he misses out on things kids his age should also be doing? Will he rebel or just plain old get burned out because this is his daddy's dream? Game after game, tournament after tournament, training and more training. Until the videos show the counterbalance to all the soccer, I'd agree with the post that potentially likens him to another Todd Marinovich.


Work ethic is learned. Most kids would rather sit around and play video games. I applaud this guy as long as the kid enjoys it too. More then likely this kid doesn't know anything different then the way he is living his life. So to him he will only know how to work hard and will look back on these times as quality time with his father.

The fact is that everyone on this thread is all about puffing there chest about their kids and berating everyone else's. All barca parents think that their kids are better than NYCFC kids.

All parents think that their way of raising their kid is better than the way others raise theirs.

Just do your best with your kid and stop worrying about everyone else's.

You definitely are the father.

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un-freaking-believable


Its really nothing compared to little pre-teenage girls training for a spot on the US Olympic Gymnastics team. You want to see torture? go research the training regimin.

Losers always complain that something is "to hard" or "unnecessary".

The Truth is everyone says they want to be a "CHAMPION" but only 1/10,000 is will actually put in the work to make this happen....so the question is do you want to be a champion? Or do you just want to pretend that you want to be because it sounds cool?....This is a rhetorical question everyone should ask themselves.

thanks dad .

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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un-freaking-believable


Its really nothing compared to little pre-teenage girls training for a spot on the US Olympic Gymnastics team. You want to see torture? go research the training regimin.

Losers always complain that something is "to hard" or "unnecessary".

The Truth is everyone says they want to be a "CHAMPION" but only 1/10,000 is will actually put in the work to make this happen....so the question is do you want to be a champion? Or do you just want to pretend that you want to be because it sounds cool?....This is a rhetorical question everyone should ask themselves.


Tell me one World Cup or champions league winning player who did crap like this at age 10. You can’t because they were playing street soccer or training with a local club a couple nights a week.


you are definitely one of the 9,999. complaining. (and I suppose you are an expert on the Champions league players personal history to be making these educated statements yes?).

To respond to your dumb_ss statement "Tell me one World Cup or champions league winning player who did crap like this at age 10. You can’t because they were playing street soccer or training with a local club a couple nights a week."

I know of at least 10 nine and 10 year olds currently training/competing 7x week (this winter these kids will be playing about 7-8 games a weekend....these kids are as committed as the parents are. who knows what the future holds but i will tell you this, these kids will do whatever it is that is asked of them.
The ones that complain or cry about it....do not last.

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Larry Miller #730736 12/09/19 02:31 PM
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10 year old kids are not supposed to train this much . It honestly isn’t healthy physically or mentally.

This kind of crap is why sports med doctors are starting to see more and more high school kids with previously unheard injuries at that age. And that is just the physical part.

If a kid has talent nurture it, don’t force it. Doesn’t mean a thing who is the best u11 player (except to the crazy dads out there).


so with your reasoning all 10 year olds are the same and they should all be treated the same?
What exactly are you saying?

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Anonymous #730739 12/09/19 02:59 PM
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And after those 96 or so games and the 84 or so practices let us know how many injuries there are. Listen, there are kids at that age that have more passion than others, but as someone who has seen this thru college you are setting your kids up for injury. Be smart now and stop boasting nonsense. An average 10 year old should not be soending that much time overusing their bodies. Boys are still developing until their early 20's. And before the insults get hurled about "oh your kid is a loser etc" I never said they shouldn't train or do indoor leagues in the winter, my point is stop the nonsense regarding there kids playing, working out 24 hours a day. Listen to those who have been there. Superstars at 10 get burnt out by the time they are college showcasing or are already on their 2nd surgery.

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The point is the previous poster who is going on about kids playing every day of the week is insinuating that the ones that dont arent determined enough. Which is a lie.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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un-freaking-believable


Its really nothing compared to little pre-teenage girls training for a spot on the US Olympic Gymnastics team. You want to see torture? go research the training regimin.

Losers always complain that something is "to hard" or "unnecessary".

The Truth is everyone says they want to be a "CHAMPION" but only 1/10,000 is will actually put in the work to make this happen....so the question is do you want to be a champion? Or do you just want to pretend that you want to be because it sounds cool?....This is a rhetorical question everyone should ask themselves.


Tell me one World Cup or champions league winning player who did crap like this at age 10. You can’t because they were playing street soccer or training with a local club a couple nights a week.


you are definitely one of the 9,999. complaining. (and I suppose you are an expert on the Champions league players personal history to be making these educated statements yes?).

To respond to your dumb_ss statement "Tell me one World Cup or champions league winning player who did crap like this at age 10. You can’t because they were playing street soccer or training with a local club a couple nights a week."

I know of at least 10 nine and 10 year olds currently training/competing 7x week (this winter these kids will be playing about 7-8 games a weekend....these kids are as committed as the parents are. who knows what the future holds but i will tell you this, these kids will do whatever it is that is asked of them.
The ones that complain or cry about it....do not last.

Thanks dad again

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I've seen various video of this young player but all dealt with the physical attributes of his game and the various training sessions he goes through. What I haven't seen and most of us want to know is what about the psychological aspects of his development? He's just a kid after all. What happens when he misses out on things kids his age should also be doing? Will he rebel or just plain old get burned out because this is his daddy's dream? Game after game, tournament after tournament, training and more training. Until the videos show the counterbalance to all the soccer, I'd agree with the post that potentially likens him to another Todd Marinovich.


Work ethic is learned. Most kids would rather sit around and play video games. I applaud this guy as long as the kid enjoys it too. More then likely this kid doesn't know anything different then the way he is living his life. So to him he will only know how to work hard and will look back on these times as quality time with his father.

The fact is that everyone on this thread is all about puffing there chest about their kids and berating everyone else's. All barca parents think that their kids are better than NYCFC kids.

All parents think that their way of raising their kid is better than the way others raise theirs.

Just do your best with your kid and stop worrying about everyone else's.

You definitely are the father.


I promise you I'm not. I just dont like how everyone is always bashing someone for giving the extra effort.

Re: USSF BDA Fall 2019/Spring 2020
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He is at red bulls for a reason .

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This idiot dad knows nothing of development. If he did, he would not have his kid at red bulls preacademy. Take your kid to Barca for christ sake.

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He is at red bulls for a reason .

No at redbulls academy. He is at RDS pre academy which is different. RDS is all about money. Academy is about real talent

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This idiot dad knows nothing of development. If he did, he would not have his kid at red bulls preacademy. Take your kid to Barca for christ sake.

This kid has better training and recover methods than Real pros ! Judging by the shoes on the video they are filthy rich. Let’s see at 15 .

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So f.... what ! Mind your own sh... you all are jealous . Kid is going to make it

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Larry Miller #730777 12/10/19 09:50 AM
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is a plan with this kid wont you do the same if you have the money and resources ? plus this kid is super talented and is at NYRB.he works twice or more than other boys for sure . he seems pretty happy doing it .

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