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Paying to play all your own club in a tournament. Not sure how someone could be happy with that.


You make it seem like they are the only ones. I think not!!

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Paying to play all your own club in a tournament. Not sure how someone could be happy with that.

First off the Susa teams had credit from last year. So they did not pay for it.

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None of u have any idea about this situation the coach wasn’t coaching her but making sure she didn’t intentionally foul Someone again and again and again

That’s the job of the ref. Are you saying the ref was also incompetent? You just want to blame everyone and come up with excuses for your kid’s inadequacies.

Please tell me you’re not a Coach. This is U11 so yellow cards are not common and not always appropriate at this age as they are still learning. If a Coach is correcting a player for crossing the line it is commonly referred to as RESPONSIBLE ADULT BEHAVIOR. I know you may either not have seen this or don’t approve but we are talking about 10 and 11 year old girls right? Coaches are there to lead not to take advantage of weaker players.
Let’s be clear it the referee’s job to call the game not tell a player how to play until they do cross a line then they are supposed to call a foul. We need more Coaches like this Coach.

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What I find funny my kids have been playing soccer for awhile now and not once has any coach yelled don’t foul everytime one just one kid on a team
Of 11-15 players touches the ball,Or is trying to defend it’s not coaching it’s preventing another player from getting hurt or shoved from behind

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Hoping someone answer this question for me?

I am a team admin for a girls u11 team. I am responsible for having the ref fees ready for each game and making sure the rosters are printed and player cards in order. We have played three games so far in NYCSL and two out of the three teams we have played have not supplied their rosters to the ref or to our trainer. Am I mistaken here as far as procedure goes? Am I wasting my time printing out the rosters? I’m happy to have one less thing to do, but also if the other teams are not adhering to the rules, why is this being allowed?

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A lot of teams just never supply the 2 rosters. Most coaches won't ask for the other copy unless they see there's a player in question with age or a player from a local club they'd eventually have interest in come tryouts. Some refs ask for 2 copies. Some don't. We print a bunch and just have them in the car & we pull 2 for each match. The ref can do what he likes with the other. This season so far no ref in any NYCSL match has asked for player cards from our team. We offer and they just say just to give them the printed roster with pictures and jersey numbers.

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Hoping someone answer this question for me?

I am a team admin for a girls u11 team. I am responsible for having the ref fees ready for each game and making sure the rosters are printed and player cards in order. We have played three games so far in NYCSL and two out of the three teams we have played have not supplied their rosters to the ref or to our trainer. Am I mistaken here as far as procedure goes? Am I wasting my time printing out the rosters? I’m happy to have one less thing to do, but also if the other teams are not adhering to the rules, why is this being allowed?

I have a question for you-Before you posted this and as a team admin did you first-
1-Check with your Coach/manager/trainer for any guidance?
2-Did you check with any other team officials?
3-Did you ask your club for guidance?
4- Did you contact the league and ask them?

You are not wasting your time printing your rosters and doing the right thing, where you are wasting your time is posting your issue here which does NOTHING to resolve your problem. Teams are supposed to exchange rosters with the referee and with each other. Why are you giving them a roster and not getting one from them and then not reporting it to any team, club or league officials? Here’s the guidance everyone should be following-

Game Day Documents
Coach or Manger must bring to each game:

Medical Release: players, available on the NYCSL website by clicking on Resources ▸Forms
Referee Fee Schedule
Match Day Rules
Laminated passes: coaches and players
Roster: 2 copies; 1 for referee and 1 for opposing team
Game Guidelines/COVID related: detail the social distancing requirements and safety precautions that must be strictly followed. All local requirements at host locations must also be followed, which may be more stringent.

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Hoping someone answer this question for me?

I am a team admin for a girls u11 team. I am responsible for having the ref fees ready for each game and making sure the rosters are printed and player cards in order. We have played three games so far in NYCSL and two out of the three teams we have played have not supplied their rosters to the ref or to our trainer. Am I mistaken here as far as procedure goes? Am I wasting my time printing out the rosters? I’m happy to have one less thing to do, but also if the other teams are not adhering to the rules, why is this being allowed?

I have a question for you-Before you posted this and as a team admin did you first-
1-Check with your Coach/manager/trainer for any guidance?
2-Did you check with any other team officials?
3-Did you ask your club for guidance?
4- Did you contact the league and ask them?

You are not wasting your time printing your rosters and doing the right thing, where you are wasting your time is posting your issue here which does NOTHING to resolve your problem. Teams are supposed to exchange rosters with the referee and with each other. Why are you giving them a roster and not getting one from them and then not reporting it to any team, club or league officials? Here’s the guidance everyone should be following-

Game Day Documents
Coach or Manger must bring to each game:

Medical Release: players, available on the NYCSL website by clicking on Resources ▸Forms
Referee Fee Schedule
Match Day Rules
Laminated passes: coaches and players
Roster: 2 copies; 1 for referee and 1 for opposing team
Game Guidelines/COVID related: detail the social distancing requirements and safety precautions that must be strictly followed. All local requirements at host locations must also be followed, which may be more stringent.

Thank you for your response. I was thinking maybe they were making some sort of exception bc of Covid where they didn’t want exchange of paper documents. I posted here because I really was at a loss. Our soccer club is in bad shape (apparently the president stepped down, but no one else stepped up and there is all sorts of turmoil among the board of directors) so we have no support there. Also I was mistakenly under the impression that we were only supposed to communicate with the league through the club president, but I actually reached out directly to NYCSL and they were so helpful.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hoping someone answer this question for me?

I am a team admin for a girls u11 team. I am responsible for having the ref fees ready for each game and making sure the rosters are printed and player cards in order. We have played three games so far in NYCSL and two out of the three teams we have played have not supplied their rosters to the ref or to our trainer. Am I mistaken here as far as procedure goes? Am I wasting my time printing out the rosters? I’m happy to have one less thing to do, but also if the other teams are not adhering to the rules, why is this being allowed?

I have a question for you-Before you posted this and as a team admin did you first-
1-Check with your Coach/manager/trainer for any guidance?
2-Did you check with any other team officials?
3-Did you ask your club for guidance?
4- Did you contact the league and ask them?

You are not wasting your time printing your rosters and doing the right thing, where you are wasting your time is posting your issue here which does NOTHING to resolve your problem. Teams are supposed to exchange rosters with the referee and with each other. Why are you giving them a roster and not getting one from them and then not reporting it to any team, club or league officials? Here’s the guidance everyone should be following-

Game Day Documents
Coach or Manger must bring to each game:

Medical Release: players, available on the NYCSL website by clicking on Resources ▸Forms
Referee Fee Schedule
Match Day Rules
Laminated passes: coaches and players
Roster: 2 copies; 1 for referee and 1 for opposing team
Game Guidelines/COVID related: detail the social distancing requirements and safety precautions that must be strictly followed. All local requirements at host locations must also be followed, which may be more stringent.

Thank you for your response. I was thinking maybe they were making some sort of exception bc of Covid where they didn’t want exchange of paper documents. I posted here because I really was at a loss. Our soccer club is in bad shape (apparently the president stepped down, but no one else stepped up and there is all sorts of turmoil among the board of directors) so we have no support there. Also I was mistakenly under the impression that we were only supposed to communicate with the league through the club president, but I actually reached out directly to NYCSL and they were so helpful.

You’re welcome. Maybe you could be so kind as to close the informational loop and tell us what NYCSL said and whether they were surprised to hear that’s Coaches were not providing rosters and that referees were ok with that. I know this is GU11 and the chance that any one would put a ringer on the team and not provide a roster are remote but curious minds would like to know how this all was handled when you reported it to the league.

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NYCSL confirmed that two copies of the rosters should always be provided and passes verified by the ref. We were told if it happens again that we should play the game under protest and then report it to the league. NYCSL suggested that this time even though it was after the fact, I should contact the opposing coach and request that the roster be emailed to me. I did and I was sent a copy of the roster. The NYCSL representative confirmed with me over the phone that all pass numbers listed on the roster were valid.
Bottom line from what I understand:
No roster - advise the ref you will play the game but you are playing the game under protest. Then if the opposing team does not provide a roster after the fact or if any of the players are questionable, the opposing team would have to take a forfeit regardless of the outcome of the game.
I hope I understood this correctly, but sounds reasonable to me.

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Surf having open practices with two college coaches

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East Meadow 2010 team best in the age group

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Susa has best 2010 team and there B team is better then most people's A teams, despite not having a good coach.

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Has East meadow played Susa yet in league? How about LISC, I thought their 2010's were good

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Surf having open practices with two college coaches


OOOH...maybe they are handing out scholarships...

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Has East meadow played Susa yet in league? How about LISC, I thought their 2010's were good


Susa 10's play up in the 2009 NYCSL league

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Surf coaching list impressive for this age group

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Larry do you know if Surf will be based out of Suffolk or Nassau for the 2010 age group?

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Larry do you know if Surf will be based out of Suffolk or Nassau for the 2010 age group?


I was privy to a conversation on this subject yesterday. I think if Surf can close the options they are looking at their geography will be very impressive. It may be a week or three before there will be a definitive answer. I'm sure once their bases of operation are finalized they wont keep it a secret.

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interesting, is this part of the AtleticoSurf merger or something different?

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interesting, is this part of the AtleticoSurf merger or something different?


This is Surf. There is NO deal with Atletico. Atletico players would be smart to contact Surf directly or possibly be left between a rock and Graham place for the Fall, and that is not a good place to be for any player.

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is there any truth that kk is looking at s merger with slammers

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why would slammers take KK, they don't want his drama

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How much does it cost to play for Surf?

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Susa B team ties EM A team 1-1 yesterday

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