CalSoSoccer

La Mirada, CA

#3803 Dec 21, 2013
LMHS Parent wrote:
How about 7-0-1 for LMHS girls soccer. Lead by the former ex-LMSA GU19 coach. Not allowed back because he took a few bucks SMH at the LMSA BOD
You also forgot to mention they are ranked #1 in Division 4.
You cannot built a quality program in just 3 months
It takes knowledge, time and dedication. He deserved to make a few bucks.
LMHS Parent

Pomona, CA

#3804 Dec 21, 2013
Club coach wrote:
A FEW BUCKS FOR COACHING?
why is he entitled more then I?Im happy for the highschool girls, what was the excuse for his LMSA team that was struggling to win....
It was a team competing in U19 which comprised of U17 and even U15 players were on the roster, playing against teams with 18 and 19 years old. Plus it was a building stone for HS season and towards the end of the season if you look the team began to be really competitive and had quite a few ties.

Some of those players left their out of city club teams to come back home and play for their city LM and their HS coach. But they are now no longer welcomed to play in their own city with their coach. LMSA needs to fix their rules bylaws or whatever because why would anyone in LM in HS come play in LMSA if thats how the league thinks of them.

LMSA should be having winter camps for the younger ages.
LMSA

Whittier, CA

#3805 Dec 21, 2013
You have an excellent point.
LMSA should be having an optional (paid) winter camp the word paid always makes parents feel as if theyre getting the best.(Not always true).
It wont work if you only plan to attend once in a while (plus if you pay theres always more incentive to go). AC brea has invited teams to play in their 5 V 5 League, during the season break. Rangers have a skills night that costs a few bucks as they come. Maybe the LM gym could come available to run a indoor soccer night coed. Does LMSA still have a director of player development?
LMSA has about four or five teams going silver next season. I sure hope thats not where they will top out at. But it will be a task to break out as Residency and the play time rule will be a factor. Residency Rule for u12 and up should be adjusted these are the team feeling the aftermath of late club program.
LMSA

Whittier, CA

#3806 Dec 21, 2013
Davis wrote:
The residency rule is governed by the city. And speaking of this forum it's ok but there are only a dozen'ish people who are actively involved here and most of them are just here just to bash ME LOL
case in point anyone what to guess on how many people voted this year
AC Brea has same "Residency Rules" as LMSA they have numerous teams in gold, Premiere, Silver Elite brackets....How can they pump out the talent with local kids?
Info

Whittier, CA

#3807 Dec 21, 2013
The GU19 team can remain playing at LMSA. Someone has to step up to be the head coach. Their are many parents that grew up coaching their daughters and can take that role. Not that tough. They can hire the high school coach to train them, Problem solved. Not that big of a deal just someone needs to step up to manage the team that is not paid and carries an E license. This is what was suppose to happen last year. Maybe they will be able to make it happed this year.

The team is winning by bringing in players from other clubs on the roster. If it was the coach they would have been on top every year in the past as well. The U19 teams was missing speed and with what was brought in mixed with some of these players the team is doing very well. How many of the u19 players play 60 minutes or better?

I would like someone to step up and take the team and Manage the team. It is not acceptable for the a paid trainer, coach, team manager to be the same person handling the money. All someone has to do it take the team and control/manage and show the money flow. This is for the players and parents safety. No different than having a booster club instead of the coach handling all the funds. Teams manage themselves in CSL and the money is not funneled through the LMSA program.

The biggest complaint of club teams is that the money is not controlled by the team but by the organization. Money is used for premiere teams and other top teams coaches but paid for by the lower teams also. There isn't a problem paying the trainer but he their needs to be someone else making the decision regarding the money.

He is welcome to come back and be hired by any team as long as the team has a unpaid licensed coach. It should be that difficult. You can go down the roster and find many families that have the ability to take on that responsibility. He can train other teams as well. The ball is in the parents court and LMSA is open to welcoming the team back.

Please someone take on the role. If it really mattered to you you would step up and take the team rather than post STUPID crap on Topix.
Residency

Los Angeles, CA

#3808 Dec 21, 2013
LMSA wrote:
<quoted text>AC Brea has same "Residency Rules" as LMSA they have numerous teams in gold, Premiere, Silver Elite brackets....How can they pump out the talent with local kids?
fact;
Those teams have two or three Brea kids per team at most. No whistle blowers there.
LM Parent

Pomona, CA

#3809 Dec 22, 2013
Why can't the coach coach and get paid? Why does the manager have to be the coach and handle the money too to pay the head coach/trainer? It's so backwards the BOD needs to make that change.
The teams can pay a coach but it should be from the team manager, and team manager has to have the budget approved (including the pay for the HC) by the BOD. Once it is agreed upon that is set and there we go. Why make it backwards and have them called a paid trainer when they theoretically are the head coach? Change the rules and it correct.
Now each team doesn't have to have a paid coach if they don't want in their approved budget. But if a team has a paid coach the BOD can approve or disapprove his fees if they choose. Easy solution.
Residency

Los Angeles, CA

#3810 Dec 22, 2013
Brea coaching get paid from the club. I believe the city will begin issuing the checks if they have not done so. A typical season might run you close to two thousand dollars a season. Fees, Tournaments , trainer and misc. costs. They have top level teams because of two reasons.
1. Good coaching
2. They dont enforce Residency Rule.
Champion

Whittier, CA

#3811 Dec 22, 2013
LMHS G.Var. Won, the Oceanview Tournament recently. DIV2 mainly & D1 Teams. Won against CIF La Serna & Downey fyi... It should be LMHS G.Varsity. This year and Yes, LmSa needs to have a U19 Club Teams now that it has begun.
Davis

La Habra, CA

#3812 Dec 22, 2013
LM Parent wrote:
Why can't the coach coach and get paid? Why does the manager have to be the coach and handle the money too to pay the head coach/trainer? It's so backwards the BOD needs to make that change.
The teams can pay a coach but it should be from the team manager, and team manager has to have the budget approved (including the pay for the HC) by the BOD. Once it is agreed upon that is set and there we go. Why make it backwards and have them called a paid trainer when they theoretically are the head coach? Change the rules and it correct.
Now each team doesn't have to have a paid coach if they don't want in their approved budget. But if a team has a paid coach the BOD can approve or disapprove his fees if they choose. Easy solution.
We don't have one trainer running any team now, not sure how the manager thing came up but that won't work either. the coach is who answers/is responsible to the BOD, they are the one who runs the team and coaches the game, they select which trainer, if any that they want and are the so called owner of the team. If you want it changed like we have said so many times before come to the meeting and ask for them to be changed, there are process for this to be done, read the bylaws and proceed. I promise you that this forum and all it's negativity isn't going to get the job done, there are about three people here having issues with this and that is not enough interest to change the bylaws. Everyone knows the rules going in and all the teams are adhering to them to the best of our knowledge. If you give us a valid reason other then just one team to have a coach being a paid trainer give me a complete plan, why, how, how much, for what and last but not least how does it benefit the kids.
some of us have been talking about it for other reasons but have found no real reason to justify it. We aren't the business of making kids pay for soccer.

The main reason coaches don't get paid is besides our rules are we are trying to keep costs down and really do you think that all our coaches should get paid, lol. We are working hard to have a complete and quality program for ALL the kids in La Mirada.
Davis

La Habra, CA

#3813 Dec 22, 2013
Residency wrote:
Brea coaching get paid from the club. I believe the city will begin issuing the checks if they have not done so. A typical season might run you close to two thousand dollars a season. Fees, Tournaments , trainer and misc. costs. They have top level teams because of two reasons.
1. Good coaching
2. They dont enforce Residency Rule.
The city pays those coaches?
Residency

Los Angeles, CA

#3814 Dec 22, 2013
Davis wrote:
<quoted text>
The city pays those coaches?
Yeah I believe the city was going to cut the checks as opposed to the actual club for the prominent coach(s). The teams dont handle it [and its a tempting amount per team]. But you do pay far more there then LMSA. Also there are a few talented players with waived fees as in some of the other high dollar clubs. talented
Info

Whittier, CA

#3815 Dec 22, 2013
Champion wrote:
LMHS G.Var. Won, the Oceanview Tournament recently. DIV2 mainly & D1 Teams. Won against CIF La Serna & Downey fyi... It should be LMHS G.Varsity. This year and Yes, LmSa needs to have a U19 Club Teams now that it has begun.
Take the team Champion if they will play for you? You can hire the HS trainer. Problem solved just keep the yellow and red cards down with the girls.
Info

Whittier, CA

#3816 Dec 22, 2013
Residency wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah I believe the city was going to cut the checks as opposed to the actual club for the prominent coach(s). The teams dont handle it [and its a tempting amount per team]. But you do pay far more there then LMSA. Also there are a few talented players with waived fees as in some of the other high dollar clubs. talented
This sound wrong. Why would a city pay salaries of a non-profit organization. Sounds like something Bell did would have done. Sounds criminal.
Info

Whittier, CA

#3817 Dec 22, 2013
90% of the varsity girls played for other coaches in the fall. The team is not based on the lmsa team so don't give his training of that team more credit than earned. Credit goes to the other trainers. Have facts before you try to base the season on the lmsa fall season.

Boy undefeated and they coached themselves in the fall.
LM Parent

Fontana, CA

#3818 Dec 23, 2013
Info are you saying he's not even qualified to be coaching that HS team than?
Champion

United States

#3819 Dec 23, 2013
LM Parent wrote:
Info are you saying he's not even qualified to be coaching that HS team than?
I dought any good High School SOCCER program would allow someone without the proper credentials that was so long ago. Many of the current players did come from different Clubs. But here's the opportunity for local Clubs.
Strategist

Long Beach, CA

#3820 Dec 23, 2013
I watched that LMSA team play a few times during last season. Highschool players either are or are not fundamentally sound by the time they are freshman. I saw a team lost for ideas no team unity no field preperation no strategy in place. My opinion i would have never guessed they had an experienced coach, not to mention being payed aswell. What made that team salvage so many ties was the girls raw soccer talent. If his interest really was developing girls he would be back for his heart and not his pocket book.
State Cup

Long Beach, CA

#3821 Dec 23, 2013
Our last hurrah!
Seems asif this season came and left us in a blink of an eye, last we have to cheer about is our teams going to State Cup. Anyone know how many teams from LMSA will be going?

The teams going silver will be their last Governors bracketing.

Davis when do Brackets come out?
Davis

La Habra, CA

#3822 Dec 23, 2013
AGE GROUP ENTRY DEADLINE CUP-TIE DATE/BRACKET DRAW ROSTER FREEZE START DATE
U09 - U13 ***December 6, 2013 ****DECEMBER 23, 2013**** JANUARY 15, 2014** JANUARY 25, 2014
U14 - U16*** FEBRUARY 28, 2014 ****March 10, 2014**** MARCH 19, 2014** MARCH 29, 2014

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