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Norcaldad January 10th, 2013 23:44 GMT Print this post
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I beleive and someone correct me if I am wrong. But most of the girls left and went with GT over in the move. So you had some tryout at PU. Which is why the P.U team looked so different. And you had a few that went to other tryouts. And they found great spots with other teams. Then a few might have stayed on at the Blues. But, I believe this year the team should be a lot better.

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wr3ckl3ss January 10th, 2013 23:49 GMT Print this post
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Quoted from: sports_dad, January 10th, 2013 19:25  GMT

Quoted from: wr3ckl3ss, January 10th, 2013 00:56  GMT
Sure glad we kept the uniform.  



too bad they have changed


Ya, but we get to use our old ones. They aren't going to make us buy new unis to finish off our last 4 months of comp soccer.
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sports_dad January 12th, 2013 14:43 GMT Print this post
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Quoted from: wr3ckl3ss, January 10th, 2013 23:49  GMT

Quoted from: sports_dad, January 10th, 2013 19:25  GMT

Quoted from: wr3ckl3ss, January 10th, 2013 00:56  GMT
Sure glad we kept the uniform.  



too bad they have changed


Ya, but we get to use our old ones. They aren't going to make us buy new unis to finish off our last 4 months of comp soccer.


That's a good thing  

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ScottyBoy January 14th, 2013 16:37 GMT Print this post
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This message was edited by ScottyBoy on January 14th, 2013 16:38 GMT

Justadad, thanks for the song.  This will be our first year (U9) but I've read enough of this PU... GT... BOD... SOB... CYA... FU... drama to rethink cheerleading camp for my daughter.  It was a welcomed breath of fresh air and I appreciated the laugh.  
It needs to be about soccer.
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JustaDad January 14th, 2013 19:02 GMT Print this post
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I'm glad your happy, ScottyBoy. That was a wonderful line up of coaches at the lower levels for the Blues and especially the U9's.  

I don't know what team your daughter will play for, but one of my favorite coaches is Ron Sanchez. He trained the team my daughter is with at that level several years ago. I've always said that, your child's best chance of wanting to play soccer the next year is to have Ron as a coach.  

My daughter's team is starting its 6th year and still having fun playing solid cooperative soccer because of the foundation he gave them.

Have a great season...

and stay away from cheer leading camp!


Dave
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mtnlady January 14th, 2013 19:33 GMT Print this post
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I have to ditto Ron as a very good coach/trainer. I think he may be doing a slightly older team though (u12 or u13g this coming year?). Not sure about that.  

Hey Dave, don't they say that the highest incidents of injuries is American Football and cheerleading? Both are contact sports apparently..
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Norcaldad January 14th, 2013 20:03 GMT Print this post
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cheerleading is very competitive. Not to mention the hours the kids put into training. Lots of ankle and wrist injuries. But I would have to say a sport that has a hole on the boys side.
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ScottyBoy January 14th, 2013 23:29 GMT Print this post
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This message was edited by ScottyBoy on January 14th, 2013 23:29 GMT

I believe Ron will handle the U9 "B" team if they decide to structure it that way.  Looks like Rich D. and Mike Lynch would handle an "A" team.

Ron went out of his way to spend extra time with us and is incredibly approachable.  The girls seem to really like him and we're looking forward to it.  He may also be coaching another group as well... don't know.  

I appreciate the input from all of you.  
It needs to be about soccer.
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mtnlady January 15th, 2013 00:16 GMT Print this post
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Ron may 'volunteer' coach (unless he now charges to coach) but he is one of the best around.
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gotbluballs April 14th, 2013 02:00 GMT Print this post
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Tic tok, tic tok.  Whens this forum going to blow up  Where's the paper boy with the breaking news ?
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