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Help in Plano!

Post by futbolking on 1/8/2014, 9:56 am

Trying to decide what to do with my son. No longer happy with his academy team. There are too many players in and out. I want more of a team atmosphere. Where we are now, he sometimes doesn't know the names of his teammates and we don't know most parents. He's a '07. Any ideas in plano, frisco, Allen? Im not opposed to a higher level rec team with a good coach. Thanks!

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Post by sukiakiman on 1/8/2014, 11:34 am

What team are you on. What level is your kid. Might be able to help give some direction

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Post by Top Corner Goalkeepers on 1/8/2014, 11:40 am

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Post by bigtex75081 on 1/8/2014, 12:45 pm

For a '07, this issue is going to get worse before it gets better. The whole premise behind Academy soccer is to allow for families to look around. That’s the point of the system. Academy isn't set up for people looking for loyalty. Academy teams are built with the expectation of high player turnover.

Several months ago I posted a poll on the girls’ forum asking how many different academy teams each family employed for their daughters. The options I posted were “0”, “1”, “2”, & “3 or more”. The overwhelming majority of votes collected were “3 or more”.
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Post by soccerdadrandy on 1/8/2014, 1:26 pm

bigtex75081 wrote:For a '07, this issue is going to get worse before it gets better.  The whole premise behind Academy soccer is to allow for families to look around.  That’s the point of the system.  Academy isn't set up for people looking for loyalty.  Academy teams are built with the expectation of high player turnover.

Several months ago I posted a poll on the girls’ forum asking how many different academy teams each family employed for their daughters.  The options I posted were “0”, “1”, “2”, & “3 or more”.  The overwhelming majority of votes collected were “3 or more”.

VERY WELL STATED BIG TEX yes by design, academy soccer may not be for original posters bb.
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Post by futbolking on 1/8/2014, 1:44 pm

I would prefer not to say the team we are on since we might have to stay if no better options come up. I've been down this road with my older son. Guess he was lucky enough to stay with the same boys until he was 9 then we had to move on so that he could continue to grow. But wasn't expecting such movement with 6 year olds.

My '07 bb is pretty good. He's athletic, fast, and wants to learn.

Thanks for your input!

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Post by sukiakiman on 1/8/2014, 2:20 pm

Think we had a thread about this last year but I think having multiple coaches at a young age exposes your child to a whole array of coaching styles and technical training. Had four coaches and my son is an 05. he learned a bunch from them all. He has now found a home and is happy there and IMHO feels he has the beat coach in the metroplex and this coach has an 07 team.

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Post by futbolking on 1/8/2014, 2:24 pm

Sukiyakiman-what team is it? I can see your point on different coaching styles. But don't really want to switch around from team to team.
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Post by sukiakiman on 1/8/2014, 2:40 pm

Dallas rush 07 coached by John gall

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Post by soccerdadrandy on 1/8/2014, 4:37 pm

futbolking wrote:Sukiyakiman-what team is it?  I can see your point on different coaching styles.  But don't really want to switch around from team to team.  
Thanks!

according to you! you are switching team to team to team. its not by choice but because of the nature of academy teams (urn over) this is happening. recreational soccer is the most stable as far as "team mates" but isn't going to challenge your son as well as academy will
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