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ECNL in Georgia is like the Desegregation Busing in the US During the 1970's

August 23 2012 at 11:56 AM
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The federal governement forced mandatory busing even when it made no sense.

 
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The last time I checked, ECNL was voluntary.

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August 23 2012, 12:47 PM 


 
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ECNL Clubs are required to field One Team Per Age Group

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August 23 2012, 1:16 PM 

Even if the club knows they can play better teams right here in Atlanta, they will still be flying around the country to play.

 
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No club is required to join ECNL. No one is required to play for an ECNL club.

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August 23 2012, 2:06 PM 

It's voluntary.

 
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I think that is why they are struggling to sell parents

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August 23 2012, 2:15 PM 

The GDIs are kicking their butt.

 
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Maybe in GA, but not in most other states

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August 23 2012, 2:29 PM 

The ECNL clubs (and most teams) are the best. That doesn't mean you still can't play for good teams and against good teams outside of ECNL.

 
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But, I live in Georgia

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August 23 2012, 3:06 PM 

Soccer Parents are Sheep

 
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Just because TDS says they are the best doesn't make it so

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August 23 2012, 5:05 PM 


 
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Yes it does, they are ELITE

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August 24 2012, 9:02 AM 

Who the f is TDS?

 
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Re: ECNL Clubs are required to field One Team Per Age Group

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August 23 2012, 9:42 PM 

Disputing these GDI lies is becoming tiresome. Here goes:

u18 - Concorde and GSA are #1 and #2 in Georgia. Nobody else is close, so yes, the need to go elsewhere to find better competition.

u17 - AFU and Concorde are #1 and #2 in Georgia. Nobody else is close, so yes, they need to go elsewhere to find better competition. Sorry, Tophat. You have never beaten AFU so your opinion doesn't matter.

U16 - GSA, Concorde, and AFU are better than any other team in Georgia. Sorry NASA and Norcross, you lost your better players to ECNL teams.

U15 - AFU and Concorde are better than any other team in Georgia. No other team is close.

Facts are facts. ECNL is better than GDI in the US, and yes, also here in Georgia. Have fun playing Charlotte United and MS Fire in R3PL. even the #4-6 teams in Georgia can beat them.

 
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Don't you prove the point by admitting ECNL are not top 3 in all age groups?

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August 24 2012, 6:07 AM 


 
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Re: Don't you prove the point by admitting ECNL are not top 3 in all age groups?

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August 24 2012, 7:55 AM 

The 3 ECNL clubs have teams that are #1 & #2. Which team is the lowest level ECNL team? What are they, 4th in Georgia? I think it showed this year that ECNL is drawing in the talent..

This is only the 3rd year and you can see the changes.

 
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GSA, Concorde and AFU had the U15 and above teams well before ECNL

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August 24 2012, 9:09 AM 

That is the funny part.

The sad part is that for U14 and below the parents are running for the hills. Movement of top talent is going away from ECNL clubs.

The GDIs are kicking their butts.

 
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But what happens at U15. Do they feel they have to move to ECNL then?

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August 24 2012, 9:45 AM 


 
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If they are the ONE KID every few years that has a chance to make the Womans National Team

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August 24 2012, 10:51 AM 

Why do you want to play a National Regular Season Schedule when there is better competition righ here in Metro Atlanta?

 
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What if they want to play in college, preferably DI, can this still be done without ECNL?

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August 24 2012, 11:19 AM 


 
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Its more like voluntary economic segregation

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August 23 2012, 5:56 PM 

No pay no play

 
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That's all of youth soccer.

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August 23 2012, 7:11 PM 


 
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