Just curious have you seen the GU10 team play or checked their record? I just looked at the JUSA and All Star site and figured out they have averaged 5 goals per game and averaged allowing only 1/2 goal per game out of 15 games. They had 9 shut outs out of the 15 games.Parents always have had the option of moving to different clubs, different levels, different programs nothing here has changed except that team have easier access to players in the same club, and again this is all about making money, money before kids proof is Strikers taking the entire LMSA gu10 AS team, how many of those kids are really club level players and how many should be back at LMSA in rec.
As a team, it looks like they are good enough to give the bronze level teams a good fight, from what the LMSA site shows they have a core of 8 players that have been on the team the entire 15 games. so It looks like it may be of been the right move. BUt unless you actually watch the team play, you cant make any assumptions on whether the team will be able to compete or not.
You know what they say about assuming..... you make an @$$ out of U.
And what about the other teams that moved, I believe there were (4) that left recently with their entire team, what about them? dont just single out one team, like you know them, or do you? Or did you have a player that didnt make it on the team? what is your real reason for posting a comment like that?
Look Xplosion, Brea, Fullerton, Striker-FC they are all great clubs, some better at lower age level, some at higher, some have better girls teams, some have better boys teams. With the way soccer is in Southern California, the competition is always changing, you always have someone going after your spot. Its the drive of the players. The most important thing a Coach can do is keep the Drive (Determination) going. Botom line if your kids are willing to work hard the better chance you have.