Coach

Los Angeles, CA

#3260 Oct 13, 2013
GIRLS UNDEFEATED SIGNATURE U9 ....went down today. Great little girls signature team very promising, i also like the boys team of whites u11 and Fujioka u10. these three teams have great room to grow. Boys U 12 needs a overhaul sorry to be truthful, what has happend here? girls with paid coaching at u19, also should get money refund for this season.
very few teams left undefeated club/signarure. home stretch....

here is where every team want to beat the unbeaten team. It will only be harder to accomplish the undefeated season.
LM Club Mom

Orange, CA

#3261 Oct 13, 2013
The GU19 coach is not good at all
bronze

Los Angeles, CA

#3262 Oct 14, 2013
Change high schools
Coach

Los Angeles, CA

#3263 Oct 14, 2013
LM Club Mom wrote:
The GU19 coach is not good at all
I think I could have done equally for Free. Anyone know the price hes robbing the LMSA parents of? Always your not victims if you stay while you have options. Just wondering how he can come in and coach for a fee.?
Coach lmsa

Los Angeles, CA

#3264 Oct 14, 2013
Coach wrote:
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I think I could have done equally for Free. Anyone know the price hes robbing the LMSA parents of? Always your not victims if you stay while you have options. Just wondering how he can come in and coach for a fee.?
Anyone can chargeas a trainer fee.
if the results dont produce then get your money back...lol
isnt that how it works if the product you paid for doesnt meet your expectation then theres a return policy.
bronze

Los Angeles, CA

#3265 Oct 14, 2013
Davis wrote:
somehow the sprinkles were left on and the field was unplayable, so game to be re-scheduled, also gu13 game.
LOL
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The field is horrible normally. Their teams are hurting having to play there. No hone field advantage when you can't tell where the balks going.
LM Club

Los Angeles, CA

#3266 Oct 14, 2013
LMHS needs a new coach anyway.
Bozo

Los Angeles, CA

#3267 Oct 15, 2013
bronze wrote:
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The field is horrible normally. Their teams are hurting having to play there. No hone field advantage when you can't tell where the balks going.
the problem with predominate hispanic clubs is they dont care what cow pasture they play, who they play, what time they play. Most play a three league circuit. They play with altered Bcertificates, everyone yelling and no respect for officiating,winning at all costs, dirty soccer, bully kids with foul language, its a mental on field tactic.....
i have come to realize thats another plus for SCDSL.
Losing teams

Downey, CA

#3268 Oct 15, 2013
Whats going to happen to those club teams that are in the bottom of brackets, are they going to get some help? Different coaches? Ive watched some of those teams and they have some players with potential but losing all the time Im sure even those players are looking for somewhere better.
SoCalSoccer

La Mirada, CA

#3269 Oct 15, 2013
Bozo wrote:
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the problem with predominate hispanic clubs is they dont care what cow pasture they play, who they play, what time they play. Most play a three league circuit. They play with altered Bcertificates, everyone yelling and no respect for officiating,winning at all costs, dirty soccer, bully kids with foul language, its a mental on field tactic.....
i have come to realize thats another plus for SCDSL.
If you've been to a few LMSA or Brea games you could say the exact same things, except better playing fields.
Bozo

Los Angeles, CA

#3270 Oct 15, 2013
SoCalSoccer wrote:
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If you've been to a few LMSA or Brea games you could say the exact same things, except better playing fields.
they might be hispanic.
but theyr the correct age.
have respect for officiating.
dont show gang sign in the game
play dirty
pick fight. it starts from the top....
Confucius

Los Angeles, CA

#3271 Oct 15, 2013
Losing teams wrote:
Whats going to happen to those club teams that are in the bottom of brackets, are they going to get some help? Different coaches? Ive watched some of those teams and they have some players with potential but losing all the time Im sure even those players are looking for somewhere better.
They will be given to non D lic. coach's.
Reality is when teams dont win kids leave. Unless you are one big happy family that go to pizza and beer after. Scores and progress dont matter. On another note. Coaches stay with lower level kids when they dont bring bad parental luggage. tryouts will be here soon do we choose talented kids or good parents? loyalty to returning kids?....feelings will always get hurt on the road to success.
SoCalSoccer

La Mirada, CA

#3272 Oct 15, 2013
Confucius wrote:
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They will be given to non D lic. coach's.
Reality is when teams dont win kids leave. Unless you are one big happy family that go to pizza and beer after. Scores and progress dont matter. On another note. Coaches stay with lower level kids when they dont bring bad parental luggage. tryouts will be here soon do we choose talented kids or good parents? loyalty to returning kids?....feelings will always get hurt on the road to success.
For at least 2 of the Girl teams they can give the team to anyone and get better results. The other club teams have proven LM kids can win, now all that's needed is the quality coaching for the weaker teams. Having a license don't mean jack if you don't really know and understand the game. As I said 2 of the girls teams have proven that.
SoCalSoccer

La Mirada, CA

#3273 Oct 15, 2013
Bozo wrote:
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they might be hispanic.
but theyr the correct age.
have respect for officiating.
dont show gang sign in the game
play dirty
pick fight. it starts from the top....
You can look at the LM games through rose-colored glasses if you want but I have seen several LM teams demonstrate traits that you attribute to low class teams.
Have no respect for officiating.
Show gang sign or other derogatory signs in the game
Play dirty (In LM I have heard this one called "Playing Hard")
Pick fights (In LM this one is called not letting them push your around).
And your right it starts from the top....

I will say that it looks like the LM Refs have been doing a good job of controlling all the matches. I haven't heard of one fight or out of control game because of the players this season.

Except of course for the standard poor coaches or spectators, that is.(But that's everywhere that soccer is played)
lmsa

Los Angeles, CA

#3274 Oct 15, 2013
I heard BOD took away the Big dogs posting priveledges......
Davis

La Habra, CA

#3275 Oct 15, 2013
Anyone want to guess who got this-

Hello coach,

Thanks for being such a good person and coach by caring...I think she'll be ok but waiting to get X-rays...you're a class act coach, wish more coaches were like you..I'll keep you posted.

Respectfully,
Davis

La Habra, CA

#3276 Oct 15, 2013
If you can give me real issues I promise I'll WORK ON THEM, and I disagree about what you say, I spend most of my days when at home fields working these issues so tell me something I don't know, but we'll see what you have, and your quotes ARE YOU KIDDING ME REALLY

ANOTHER COACH HATER WHO JUST MUST BE JEALOUS OF THE PROGRESS OUR PROGRAM IS HAVING

mr ref HAS NO RESPECT FOR COACHES WILL I SEE YOU TONIGHT LOL
SoCalSoccer wrote:
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You can look at the LM games through rose-colored glasses if you want but I have seen several LM teams demonstrate traits that you attribute to low class teams.
Have no respect for officiating.
Show gang sign or other derogatory signs in the game
Play dirty (In LM I have heard this one called "Playing Hard")
Pick fights (In LM this one is called not letting them push your around).
And your right it starts from the top....
I will say that it looks like the LM Refs have been doing a good job of controlling all the matches. I haven't heard of one fight or out of control game because of the players this season.
Except of course for the standard poor coaches or spectators, that is.(But that's everywhere that soccer is played)
Davis

La Habra, CA

#3277 Oct 15, 2013
Really don't read much do you
lmsa wrote:
I heard BOD took away the Big dogs posting priveledges......
lmsa

Los Angeles, CA

#3278 Oct 15, 2013
Davis wrote:
Really don't read much do you
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glad to hear big dogs still with us i worry when i dont see your posts.
I have to admit Big dawg has become a director that has began to listen and open those blood hound ears to other ideas a bit more....
u13 Lmsa

Los Angeles, CA

#3279 Oct 15, 2013
hate to add but guess who spent the Sunday at The ER with a player getting a MRI. from a body check.
and another kid with a elbow to the face. and this was supposed to be a friendly scrimmage w a team out of norwalk from coast going gold. Good team but dirty and used the bully method.
so our team is a bit hispanic.... i dont fall to that level or allow it on my team. Be aggressive but not dirty.I have some tough kids that with my green light can hurt back. but its not my style.
no one knows the dirty game better then myself .....after concussion, broken nose, fractured orbital socket,24 stitchs' its not worth it....and i expect the other coach to do the same.

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