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Why are we talking about ECNL teams playing scrimmages? Means nothing. Let's get back to the MLS league. Gottschee, Met Oval, NYSC seem to be on par with NYCFC so far this season.
Haven't seen the MLS team in action but seems to be alot of parity in the non-mls clubs

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The nycfc u19 should never lose to a local travel team like Susa that’s bad and it should Not matter that they are playing up.

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If at u17 you cannot beat a town u19 you're in bad shape wake up and smell the coffee

U17 with several U15 players on it and SUSA won by how much?

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If at u17 you cannot beat a town u19 you're in bad shape wake up and smell the coffee

U17 with several U15 players on it and SUSA won by how much?

$0 Cost at NYCFC VS SUSA $5000+ per year. I wouldn't pat myself on the back for beating 14 and 15 years olds.

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MLS parents getting touchy, LOL

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How was the soccer? 0 dollars and 0 soccer

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This is true, MLS academy team should never lose to a low-mid level local travel team like susa. I assure you, kids were embarrassed and got lots of crap from the coaches. That being said, nycfc boys were playing 2-3 years up and only goal of the game was decided by an own goal but 100% agree with the poster, def losing to a club of such little stature like a susa is a serious low. The nycfc 2005 boys (ranked #2 in the country) will be better served though playing much bigger/older competition in a year when they cant travel even if its a team like susa which isn't very skillful at all. Guess the nycfc boys will have to hide their embarrassment knowing big time D1 college programs await their eligibility while their parents don't have to pay a nickel as its a fully funded academy as opposed to pay for play. But yes, big victory for susa's 19's beating the nycfc 05's by an own goal but again totally agree with you bc I would have thought even nycfc youngest team could beat susa's 19's if just by lack of skill but boys but very, very embarrassing loss. To lose to a club like a susa that wont push any boys on to college programs, awful. we are agreeing with everything you're saying. i'm sure your phones were ringing off the hooks after the game by the nycfc scouts looking to poach. what, no calls....I don't understand

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This is true, MLS academy team should never lose to a low-mid level local travel team like susa. I assure you, kids were embarrassed and got lots of crap from the coaches. That being said, nycfc boys were playing 2-3 years up and only goal of the game was decided by an own goal but 100% agree with the poster, def losing to a club of such little stature like a susa is a serious low. The nycfc 2005 boys (ranked #2 in the country) will be better served though playing much bigger/older competition in a year when they cant travel even if its a team like susa which isn't very skillful at all. Guess the nycfc boys will have to hide their embarrassment knowing big time D1 college programs await their eligibility while their parents don't have to pay a nickel as its a fully funded academy as opposed to pay for play. But yes, big victory for susa's 19's beating the nycfc 05's by an own goal but again totally agree with you bc I would have thought even nycfc youngest team could beat susa's 19's if just by lack of skill but boys but very, very embarrassing loss. To lose to a club like a susa that wont push any boys on to college programs, awful. we are agreeing with everything you're saying. i'm sure your phones were ringing off the hooks after the game by the nycfc scouts looking to poach. what, no calls....I don't understand

So you’re a sore loser? Furthermore if those boys are ranked #2 in the nation mls really need to do a far better job of scouting

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Ranked #2 in the nation what a sham ranking system, you haven’t even played a quarter of the teams in the country. Also, how are you ranked higher than the team that beat you in the GA cup last year. Btw, yes mls in fully funded but there are a few of you who make big contributions to US soccer and elsewhere

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Good u16 should be training with the pro men's team and not waisting their time scrimmaging local u19's very recreational

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No they’re too good for the men’s team, just ask there parents. They rather biggest bunch of backstabbed. It kills them that the best player is the 06 midfielder. Clearly the best midfielder on the u19 team.

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Not sure why this NYCFC dad has his panties in a bunch if his kid is paying zero dollars and has already committed to a D1 school? BTW, it was the Alby SUSA 04 team which would make them U17, but you can keep referring to them as the "19s" as I guess it makes you feel better thinking that these boys were all 3 to 4 years older than yours. In the end it wasn't an embarrassment for any of these boys. The NYCFC 05s were the better team but couldn't find the back of the net. The SUSA 04s played the best competition they are going to see all season long which was good for them. No one is denying that NYCFC is, and should be, the best around since it is the only true MLS club representing these areas, unless you are willing to drive down to Whippany NJ every day. But to continually refer to the Alby SUSA boys as rec or town team players is really not accurate or fair. The club, especially their younger age groups right now, can compete with any of the non-MLS clubs like Met Oval, Gottschee, NYSC. It is not a bad option at all for the top boys out on the Island. An option that they didn't have before.

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Ranked #2 in the nation what a sham ranking system, you haven’t even played a quarter of the teams in the country. Also, how are you ranked higher than the team that beat you in the GA cup last year. Btw, yes mls in fully funded but there are a few of you who make big contributions to US soccer and elsewhere

Caden Clark has made the most of his opportunities with the Redbull's, but there were 2 or 3 kids better then him at the Barca facility in Arizona. Clark was advanced ahead of the others because of who he is and who he knows. His dad is a trainer in the NFL, whether it is straight out bribery or political favors, it is still rampant in US sports.

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Nycfc dad feels threatened by the younger boys on the team that play the same position as his kid. I guess his kid is not the center of attention anymore. Fact is his kid got all the attention because of what his dad was willing to do

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Nycfc dad feels threatened by the younger boys on the team that play the same position as his kid. I guess his kid is not the center of attention anymore. Fact is his kid got all the attention because of what his dad was willing to do

What was his dad willing to do?

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Ranked #2 in the nation what a sham ranking system, you haven’t even played a quarter of the teams in the country. Also, how are you ranked higher than the team that beat you in the GA cup last year. Btw, yes mls in fully funded but there are a few of you who make big contributions to US soccer and elsewhere

Caden Clark has made the most of his opportunities with the Redbull's, but there were 2 or 3 kids better then him at the Barca facility in Arizona. Clark was advanced ahead of the others because of who he is and who he knows. His dad is a trainer in the NFL, whether it is straight out bribery or political favors, it is still rampant in US sports.

Bitter dad is back! Aww did he take your boy's position? Never mind, just ignore the inconvenient fact the RB academy director was also at Barca in Arizona so he might know him well.

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Dad will suck you to anyone. Will do whatever it takes. Has been doing for years

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Does anyone know what's the story with NYCFC? no games on MLS next in any age group in the past month or so and no games scheduled for November as well...all other teams are playing including the other MLS teams

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Ranked #2 in the nation what a sham ranking system, you haven’t even played a quarter of the teams in the country. Also, how are you ranked higher than the team that beat you in the GA cup last year. Btw, yes mls in fully funded but there are a few of you who make big contributions to US soccer and elsewhere

Caden Clark has made the most of his opportunities with the Redbull's, but there were 2 or 3 kids better then him at the Barca facility in Arizona. Clark was advanced ahead of the others because of who he is and who he knows. His dad is a trainer in the NFL, whether it is straight out bribery or political favors, it is still rampant in US sports.

Caden Clark was advanced to Red Bulls because he was basically bought by RB Leipzig. Pretty sure Leipzig isn't influenced much by politics at the $80,000 a year Barca Academy in Arizona.

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Ranked #2 in the nation what a sham ranking system, you haven’t even played a quarter of the teams in the country. Also, how are you ranked higher than the team that beat you in the GA cup last year. Btw, yes mls in fully funded but there are a few of you who make big contributions to US soccer and elsewhere

Caden Clark has made the most of his opportunities with the Redbull's, but there were 2 or 3 kids better then him at the Barca facility in Arizona. Clark was advanced ahead of the others because of who he is and who he knows. His dad is a trainer in the NFL, whether it is straight out bribery or political favors, it is still rampant in US sports.

this sort of comment is always so strange... reyna, clark, etc... it's always about connections, not talent. let's face it - most of pro sports is projecting ceilings... we all know the stud at u13 can be a bust by u15... your "objective" ranking may or may not be what others are seeing... and let's face it -- reyna, now clark, are really grabbing the opportunities so hard to say whoever scouted them was wrong?!? let's just all be happy that usmnt will put out an amazing young generation of talent and be happy more are in the pipeline... if it ain't your kid sorry it ain't mine as well but i never lived thru their sports success, just love them unconditionally and make damn sure they are academically top 0.0001%!

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Where is Instagram kid super start ?

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The mls league is a joke. They made it because the mls teams need local teams to play against. The non- mls teams should make gheir own league without the mls teams. Teach them a lesson that they don’t need the mls teams. At the end of the day the non mls kids end up playing at the same colleges as the mls kids. Very few mls kids sign pro deals and the ones that do spend years trying to make the 1st team.

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The mls league is a joke. They made it because the mls teams need local teams to play against. The non- mls teams should make gheir own league without the mls teams. Teach them a lesson that they don’t need the mls teams. At the end of the day the non mls kids end up playing at the same colleges as the mls kids. Very few mls kids sign pro deals and the ones that do spend years trying to make the 1st team.

I said this years ago. MLS clubs have always relied on “academy” clubs as game fodder.

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The non MLS teams do need the actual MLS academies. That’s how they market themselves, as the pipeline to make these teams. NYSC and FCW have both used their supposed connections to NYCFC for years as their main marketing ploy.

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Its all coming to an end soon. MLS youth academies have no interest in the current structure and they realize MLS pulled off a public relations stunt when they agreed to take over the DA. They have made that clear to the league office and there is no way the MLS is going to keep funding a league for non MLS for free. The free ride is coming to an end next season.

As the world gets back to normal, they will restructure and come up with a Division 1 and Division 2 structure or simply drop the non MLS clubs altogether. At this point the MLS youth academies are plugged into the local market and they can find the talent. In terms of needing them to play games, NYCFC and Red Bull kept scrimmaging all season long so anybody who thinks they need to keep them for games, you are dreaming.

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