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$200 to register and then $110 per month = $420

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$420 for 8 weeks?

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How can you sit there and question anything East Coast does right now? Only a hater would. East Coast is tops in long island currently, and clearly people are worried.

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How can you sit there and question anything East Coast does right now? Only a hater would. East Coast is tops in long island currently, and clearly people are worried.
how can you sit there and make that bold statement. Did they slip you some kool-aid maybe, included in the fees i expect.
give it some time and you will see.

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How can you sit there and question anything East Coast does right now? Only a hater would. East Coast is tops in long island currently, and clearly people are worried.
how can you sit there and make that bold statement. Did they slip you some kool-aid maybe, included in the fees i expect.
give it some time and you will see.

Yet youre writing about East Coast on a Saturday night…

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How can you sit there and question anything East Coast does right now? Only a hater would. East Coast is tops in long island currently, and clearly people are worried.
how can you sit there and make that bold statement. Did they slip you some kool-aid maybe, included in the fees i expect.
give it some time and you will see.

Yet youre writing about East Coast on a Saturday night…

So are you so

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Lol the East Coast intermurals is a trending topic on BOTN you haters dont know what to do with yourselves

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You guys are so thirsty at Least Toast!

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You guys are so thirsty at Least Toast!
Honestly, why pay so much money for Intramurals? Intramurals is the same everywhere, same low level rec soccer. Find an organization close to home that is fairly priced. EC intramural trainers are no better or more qualified than any other intramural trainer. YOu'd probably be better off taking your child and some friends to the park and just play.

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You guys are so thirsty at Least Toast!
Honestly, why pay so much money for Intramurals? Intramurals is the same everywhere, same low level rec soccer. Find an organization close to home that is fairly priced. EC intramural trainers are no better or more qualified than any other intramural trainer. YOu'd probably be better off taking your child and some friends to the park and just play.
so true but there is a bunch of parents that need this program to fee their ego's. East Coast love these people and will keep serving the drinks. Nothing wrong with it if want to waste money.
Love the idiot that commented on someone posting on Saturday evening, and then did it him/her self

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You guys are so thirsty at Least Toast!
Honestly, why pay so much money for Intramurals? Intramurals is the same everywhere, same low level rec soccer. Find an organization close to home that is fairly priced. EC intramural trainers are no better or more qualified than any other intramural trainer. YOu'd probably be better off taking your child and some friends to the park and just play.

If you are comparing this with your town intramurals, than East Coast is not intramurals. ECFC calls this intramurals because of the age, but for the couple of hundred more you will get real training and an introduction to the game of soccer. Not the dad/mom in your town, or the 17 year olds that you town "training company" hires. East Coast provides true professional training 2 x a week and small sided games on the weekends. If it is not for you thats fine, but its not the only private soccer training out there for younger players. If a parent wants their child to start with a good foundation to understand and develop in the game, they can look further than their town.

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True professional training! Lol. Not one trainer played professionally or coached professionally so how can you call them professional? Please go away with your false promotional lies.

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True professional training! Lol. Not one trainer played professionally or coached professionally so how can you call them professional? Please go away with your false promotional lies.

Professional means they do it for a living. As a profession. Please go away with your bs

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So ALL trainers are True Professional trainers even at your town clubs as long as they say they do it for a living based on your definition. So what separates your true professional trainers from ANY other trainer working at ANY organization. Even the 17 year olds that help in ANY club that you just basically crapped on to promote your TRUE PROS. You stupid!

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So ALL trainers are True Professional trainers even at your town clubs as long as they say they do it for a living based on your definition. So what separates your true professional trainers from ANY other trainer working at ANY organization. Even the 17 year olds that help in ANY club that you just basically crapped on to promote your TRUE PROS. You stupid!


Let me ask you what REAL professional trainers are located here on Long island? IMO, and observation the number is ZERO. Any true, professional high end, successful soccer trainer is no where to be found on the Island. If we had real pros here we'd be seeing the results on a national and international scale.

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You guys are so thirsty at Least Toast!
Honestly, why pay so much money for Intramurals? Intramurals is the same everywhere, same low level rec soccer. Find an organization close to home that is fairly priced. EC intramural trainers are no better or more qualified than any other intramural trainer. YOu'd probably be better off taking your child and some friends to the park and just play.

If you are comparing this with your town intramurals, than East Coast is not intramurals. ECFC calls this intramurals because of the age, but for the couple of hundred more you will get real training and an introduction to the game of soccer. Not the dad/mom in your town, or the 17 year olds that you town "training company" hires. East Coast provides true professional training 2 x a week and small sided games on the weekends. If it is not for you thats fine, but its not the only private soccer training out there for younger players. If a parent wants their child to start with a good foundation to understand and develop in the game, they can look further than their town.
EC professional trainers are failing their B2010 Benfica team. Have lost every game and scored once!!!

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Many former Pros out there! Many who treat kids like human beings!

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Always someone to take disgruntled peoples money and on the same field that DEFUNCT PFK did years ago.
When will people learn.
No more kids are getting money for college today than yesterday. No more kids are playing in the national pool today from LI, no recent national success coming off the island. I

Dont make it more than it is. NIce soccer program looking to attract more players to fleece

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You guys are so thirsty at Least Toast!
Honestly, why pay so much money for Intramurals? Intramurals is the same everywhere, same low level rec soccer. Find an organization close to home that is fairly priced. EC intramural trainers are no better or more qualified than any other intramural trainer. YOu'd probably be better off taking your child and some friends to the park and just play.

If you are comparing this with your town intramurals, than East Coast is not intramurals. ECFC calls this intramurals because of the age, but for the couple of hundred more you will get real training and an introduction to the game of soccer. Not the dad/mom in your town, or the 17 year olds that you town "training company" hires. East Coast provides true professional training 2 x a week and small sided games on the weekends. If it is not for you thats fine, but its not the only private soccer training out there for younger players. If a parent wants their child to start with a good foundation to understand and develop in the game, they can look further than their town.
EC professional trainers are failing their B2010 Benfica team. Have lost every game and scored once!!!
Any teams out there traveling to NJ over Columbus Day weekend to be placed in the 5th flight?

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You guys are so thirsty at Least Toast!
Honestly, why pay so much money for Intramurals? Intramurals is the same everywhere, same low level rec soccer. Find an organization close to home that is fairly priced. EC intramural trainers are no better or more qualified than any other intramural trainer. YOu'd probably be better off taking your child and some friends to the park and just play.

If you are comparing this with your town intramurals, than East Coast is not intramurals. ECFC calls this intramurals because of the age, but for the couple of hundred more you will get real training and an introduction to the game of soccer. Not the dad/mom in your town, or the 17 year olds that you town "training company" hires. East Coast provides true professional training 2 x a week and small sided games on the weekends. If it is not for you thats fine, but its not the only private soccer training out there for younger players. If a parent wants their child to start with a good foundation to understand and develop in the game, they can look further than their town.
EC professional trainers are failing their B2010 Benfica team. Have lost every game and scored once!!!
Any teams out there traveling to NJ over Columbus Day weekend to be placed in the 5th flight?

No, why would they want to play in the largest Columbus weekend tournament with 500+ teams that are not from Long Island, where they can get new and fresh competition?

Of course they could do what your team is doing, staying on Long Island and playing the same teams you play in league play. That’s the difference between a forward thinking club and the ATM machines and local clubs that run tournaments on Long Island. They don’t attract new talent when it comes to teams from off the island, and by off the island I don’t mean Westchester or the boroughs.

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I see East Coast 2010 Academy is in the top division for EDP Cup. This will be interesting.

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I see East Coast 2010 Academy is in the top division for EDP Cup. This will be interesting.
If your team is top Platinum bracket it's worth the trip, if your team is in Silver, bronze, copper you are wasting your time. Stay local and you'll get the same results.

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I see East Coast 2010 Academy is in the top division for EDP Cup. This will be interesting.
If your team is top Platinum bracket it's worth the trip, if your team is in Silver, bronze, copper you are wasting your time. Stay local and you'll get the same results.

No, that is a flawed view. Me thinks you have a bit of a hardon for EC. The results are not the main issue. The competition is, and the competition in Parsippany is quite good and the teams are not teams that they’re going to play here on Long Island during regular season play as I mentioned above.

My guess is that no matter what East Coast would do you have a problem with it.

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I see East Coast 2010 Academy is in the top division for EDP Cup. This will be interesting.
If your team is top Platinum bracket it's worth the trip, if your team is in Silver, bronze, copper you are wasting your time. Stay local and you'll get the same results.

No, that is a flawed view. Me thinks you have a bit of a hardon for EC. The results are not the main issue. The competition is, and the competition in Parsippany is quite good and the teams are not teams that they’re going to play here on Long Island during regular season play as I mentioned above.

My guess is that no matter what East Coast would do you have a problem with it.
Is LGN Stony Brook NJ based? Seems they beat up EC today as they did the other week. Again why travel so far?

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