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Re: The new MLS youth league
Larry Miller #751100 01/25/21 11:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Larry Miller
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So did Albertson SUSA get MLS Next ? I had a player tell me yesterday that they did and he was going to play there because of this

Text message between Moussa and myself on this issue. I sent Moussa the quoted post above. Here is the reply and quick exchange between us.....

Moussa Sy:
Not true. We have nothing officially

Larry Miller:
But you are trying?

Moussa Sy:
Always trying to get into the best platform for our players

Larry Miller:
Fair enough

Reading between the lines here but sounds like they got the word, but nothing official yet. Congrats if they do and Moussa worded that nicely smile

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Re: The new MLS youth league
Anonymous #751149 01/27/21 07:40 PM
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That group has special privileges along with the couple of older kids they kept. $ has its privileges

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Larry Miller #751150 01/27/21 07:41 PM
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I heard a couple of nycfc kids got caught playing with Brentwood and nycfc let it go. I guess it helps to know people

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Anonymous #751154 01/28/21 09:38 AM
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I heard a couple of nycfc kids got caught playing with Brentwood and nycfc let it go. I guess it helps to know people
NYCFC isn't as strict as they used to be. That's for sure.

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Anonymous #751159 01/28/21 12:04 PM
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I heard a couple of nycfc kids got caught playing with Brentwood and nycfc let it go. I guess it helps to know people

Why are you upset over other peoples kids playing with other clubs? don't you have something better to do? They probably just want to play cos there training was cancelled and it was nearby. Mind your own business and get a life.

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Larry Miller #751168 01/28/21 04:14 PM
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Maybe you bag oils teach your boys how to follow the rules. This is how you probably got them to nycfc. With you checkbook and *** kissing to the nycfc staff. Aren’t you the same guy who says these Long Island teams are beneath your allstar

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Anonymous #751176 01/29/21 10:16 AM
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Maybe you bag oils teach your boys how to follow the rules. This is how you probably got them to nycfc. With you checkbook and *** kissing to the nycfc staff. Aren’t you the same guy who says these Long Island teams are beneath your allstar

And SUSA coaches still spreading as recently as yesterday that they are playing MLS Next. Parents are so naive !!!!!!!!!!!

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Anonymous #751187 01/29/21 07:10 PM
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If that is the case they will get bounced out of ECNL for girls.

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Anonymous #751189 01/29/21 07:17 PM
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If that is the case they will get bounced out of ECNL for girls.

I dont see that happening. MLS Next is only on the boys side so why would affect SUSA Girls ECNL? I think if SUSA gets it it a huge game changer on Long Island. The only problem SUSA would face is getting a team of players of the quality the MLS Next league seeks on Long Island.

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Anonymous #751193 01/29/21 09:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Maybe you bag oils teach your boys how to follow the rules. This is how you probably got them to nycfc. With you checkbook and *** kissing to the nycfc staff. Aren’t you the same guy who says these Long Island teams are beneath your allstar

I have no idea what you are saying but you sure sound bitter about something. Can someone translate this? What is a bag oil?

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Larry Miller #751197 01/29/21 10:43 PM
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I think he is saying teach your kids to be men of their word. They signed with nycfc and you know your not suppose to play with other teams on the side. Nit that hard to understand

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Larry Miller #751201 01/30/21 09:03 AM
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Maybe he’s calling you a greasy parent who gets too involved so your kid can get special treatment.

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Anonymous #751213 01/31/21 10:29 AM
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I think he is saying teach your kids to be men of their word. They signed with nycfc and you know your not suppose to play with other teams on the side. Nit that hard to understand

If those kids played at Brentwood previously what’s wrong with being a guest player now? NYCFC takes these kids from the clubs uses them and it may or not work out. The kids shouldn’t play with their friends? This is still a free country I would think a kid that has not signed a professional contract should be free to play where they want.

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Anonymous #751214 01/31/21 11:51 AM
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I think he is saying teach your kids to be men of their word. They signed with nycfc and you know your not suppose to play with other teams on the side. Nit that hard to understand

If those kids played at Brentwood previously what’s wrong with being a guest player now? NYCFC takes these kids from the clubs uses them and it may or not work out. The kids shouldn’t play with their friends? This is still a free country I would think a kid that has not signed a professional contract should be free to play where they want.

They actually sign a contract and in that contract it states they won’t play with other teams. It is a free country and they chose to sign with NYCFC under those conditions and didn’t adhere to it. Not a good life lesson to teach your kids.

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Larry Miller #751219 01/31/21 04:25 PM
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So which is it ? Do you want him to play with his friends at Brentwood or at nycfc the supposed highest level of competition ? And if you so why did u leave your friends to begin with. Because the daddy’s can’t stop getting involved to make sure their kids shine no matter how pedestrian they are. Same dads that constantly huddle up with the trainers and director at nycfc.

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Anonymous #751221 01/31/21 09:32 PM
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So which is it ? Do you want him to play with his friends at Brentwood or at nycfc the supposed highest level of competition ? And if you so why did u leave your friends to begin with. Because the daddy’s can’t stop getting involved to make sure their kids shine no matter how pedestrian they are. Same dads that constantly huddle up with the trainers and director at nycfc.

Some kids just love to play. Why can't they do both? Play at the highest level they can and if NYCFC has no practice or games just go play with their friends at their old club. What's the harm? If the coach doesn't care then why do you?

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Larry Miller #751223 01/31/21 11:31 PM
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So did you ask the coach if your kid could play ? I doubt it. But I give you credit, you know how to play the game. Problem is one day you boy will have to do it on his own and then he’ll be screwed because you’ve been interfering for so long.

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Larry Miller #751232 02/01/21 03:24 PM
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So did you ask the coach if your kid could play ? I doubt it. But I give you credit, you know how to play the game. Problem is one day you boy will have to do it on his own and then he’ll be screwed because you’ve been interfering for so long.

Here is where NYCFC stands with outside training and playing. So as long as you're not missing NYCFC scheduled days then you can play with friends all you want.

No player may represent NYCFC in an official capacity (i.e. wearing jerseys) for any outside competition.
Strength and conditioning programs may subject players to safety risks and must be reported with full detail
Individual or small group technical work is usually permitted (off days)
Pick-up soccer or a small sided tournaments organized by friends and family is usually permitted (off weekends)
Other recreational sports such as basketball are usually permitted (off days)

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Larry Miller #751234 02/01/21 04:40 PM
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Hey Larry,

Curious to hear your thoughts. Do you think there is a huge difference with quality of ECNY boys players vs MLS Next players?

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Larry Miller #751235 02/01/21 05:10 PM
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I have no idea. I do not watch games.

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Anonymous #751238 02/01/21 06:52 PM
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Show us in writing where it says that in the contract you signed with nycfc. BTW they got caught playing in a tournament with Brentwood nit some pickup game with friends. See how dad misrepresents what really happened. Be a man already and own it.

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Anonymous #751244 02/02/21 08:12 AM
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Not my kids but I would do the same. Who cares? They're playing soccer. Why are you so upset?

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Larry Miller #751245 02/02/21 09:49 AM
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The only argument that the academy can be make is overuse and injury IMO - any soccer is good soccer.

I just wish it would be a level playing field - either it's allowed by all or not. I know a lot of boys playing MLS Next and play HS for example. Those who decide to follow the academy rules are actually the ones who lose out on the experiences.......I'm doing it but that's a tough lesson to stand by.

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Anonymous #751256 02/02/21 12:48 PM
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Not my kids but I would do the same. Who cares? They're playing soccer. Why are you so upset?

I know why he's upset it's because his kid wasn't ask to play. Maybe because his father is such a RICHARD : )

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Anonymous #751262 02/02/21 04:47 PM
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Show us in writing where it says that in the contract you signed with nycfc. BTW they got caught playing in a tournament with Brentwood nit some pickup game with friends. See how dad misrepresents what really happened. Be a man already and own it.

The "restrictions" above came directly from an NYCFC email to the parents. I'm not sure you have ever seen a contract from the team but there is nothing preventing them from playing/training outside their program unless it interferes with NYCFC trainings. You are thinking of the old DA restrictions about no HS ball or playing else where. They only ask you don't represent another clubs or wear NYCFC gear to outside games/training.

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