Soccer BOD

Canyon Country, CA

#1871 Feb 13, 2013
ASimpleton wrote:
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Lets not put down what the La Mirada teams (All La Mirada Player teams) have done, whether with LMSA, Xplosion or Strikers FC. Governors Cup is based on out of around 130 teams in each age division, including signature. around 65 chose to compete in the state cup. La Mirada had several teams make it to the best of 32, then best of 16. that means out of 130 possible teams, they are in the top 16, from Santa Barabara to Bakersfield to San Diego.
They all deserve to be congratulated properly, not DEGRADED, by an (Experienced Coach) who doesn't see what these teams have actually accomplished. Out of those 16 teams in the state cup, how many of them are teams made up of kids from 1 city??? Only La Mirada's
SO COACHES OF THESE TEAMS SHOULD BE VERY HAPPY.
Come on now, they all did good in the LOWEST level of the Cal South yearly tournaments.
Lowest level-State Cup-Governor
This on is for Bronze teams and Rec teams
Mid Level-State Cup-President
Silver and up
Top Level: National Cup

There are literally hundreds of teams and thousands
of kids at a higher skill level.
and this doesn't include the tip tier teams that don't even
compete in the Cal South tournaments because they play in a
competition program that is above the Cal South tournaments.

What these kids did is nice for their level, but not even close
to being great.

Winning at the Bronze level only means you beat up on a bunch of wannabees like yourself. There's always someone better down the road.
Asimpleton

Whittier, CA

#1872 Feb 13, 2013
Soccer BOD,
One question, where did all these top team play?
Also most of the la mirada teams are U9 through U12.
U9 through U10, do not have hundreds of teams in President and National Cups. More like a combined 70 in each age bracket.
U9 through U11 max is Silver Elite for coast ans flight 1 for scdsl.
Some of these lower level teams have beat the upper level teams and in spring will be moving up a level and as governor cup shows some silver teams already dropped in governors cup.
Let's not get into who knows more about soccer. It is a simple be proud of what they have done
Asimpleton

Whittier, CA

#1873 Feb 13, 2013
Question...where did all these top teams play first? What level did they start at? The teams in governors cup are basically first year club teams....explosion and strikers fc.. that is. Also LMSA are teams that lose players too.
Fake

Whittier, CA

#1874 Feb 14, 2013
Hello fake Champion, do you really think that having a BOD position, low level coaching licence and a low level ref licence means anything to anyone but you. Enjoy your lunch of crow burger, humble pie and drink it down with a Zero. Champion you would get a lot more respect if you didn't try to force it on us, we know what you have done that hasn't been kept a secret, you are doing a good job at the lower end of the youth soccer world, maybe you could do a great job at a higher level but nobody knows because you haven't been there or maybe even worse don't know that it exists.

Lmsa younger's did great at the level they played and since most team start out at that level they have a great foundation to start on and who know maybe they will become the gold level teams we all what for our kids.
I hope that the people here do realize that the TOP level youth players most of us never get to see.
Champion wrote:
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Hello Fake messi? keep dreaming... you obviously don't know anything about the team you are trying to blog about... why don't you post: your coaching license, referee license, what board of directors you are on, what team you currently coach, and if your record stands up and all matches then you may have the nicest lunch...
Soccer BOD

Canyon Country, CA

#1875 Feb 14, 2013
Agreed, they did great for what they were.
Its too bad this city doesn't see the big picture.

Our younger kids have a heck of a lot of talent, with great potential. If we had a quality club program within the city we would be able to have it all.

Great rec program which feeds into a great club program. All our neighbor cities see that and develop that. But our city fathers don't. Hence
our talented kids are forced to find what they want
miles away.

Vote for Andrew Sarega, a local young man who played and loved our local soccer programs.

Get some soccer people on the City Council and maybe we can grow into what we deserve. The best little city around.
Soccer

South Gate, CA

#1876 Feb 15, 2013
Good luck to LMSA for the spring season.
LMSA Parent

South Gate, CA

#1877 Feb 17, 2013
Anybody else notice this?
2013 Fall Soccer dates (It's just around the corner)

Signature/CSL coach application deadline March 6. 2013
Signature/CSL coach Selection March 19, 2013
2013 Fall Registration April 1st
Signature/CSL Tryouts April - May TBD
Signature/CSL additional player fee due June 1, 2013

Why does it say CSL? Is LMSA BOD starting club without an announcement? I want them to have club but why keep it a secret?
In the know

Kent, WA

#1878 Feb 17, 2013
LMSA is not starting Club.
It is simply allowing their Signature teams to decide what playing circuit they want to play in

Great for all the soccer playing kids of LM
Coach

South Gate, CA

#1879 Feb 18, 2013
In the know wrote:
LMSA is not starting Club.
It is simply allowing their Signature teams to decide what playing circuit they want to play in
Great for all the soccer playing kids of LM
Decide on a playing circuit? Well if there is no club there isnt a choice. There is only LMSA which is rec only. Signature is a rec league for All-Stars teams.
LM Parent

Los Angeles, CA

#1880 Feb 18, 2013
In the know wrote:
LMSA is not starting Club.
It is simply allowing their Signature teams to decide what playing circuit they want to play in
Great for all the soccer playing kids of LM
Isn't CSL a club circuit? Does this mean the Sig teams will play in a club circuit, how much more will that cost??
In the know

Modesto, CA

#1881 Feb 18, 2013
LMSA Sign teams have proven they can compete with any team. They may not win them all but who does at any level.?
If the individual parents,(not LMSA), want to pay a little more for better competition why not.
These are not club teams, they will maintain the 75-25 % that is mandated by the city.
To be honest with what they have shown in the recent Stste Cup competition they will do okay. Maybe not win all the time but they will do better than a lot of existing small clubs do. Look at Juventus for example.
In the know is confused

Whittier, CA

#1882 Feb 18, 2013
Is Lmsa starting a club program or not?
In the know wrote:
LMSA is not starting Club.
It is simply allowing their Signature teams to decide what playing circuit they want to play in
Great for all the soccer playing kids of LM
LMSA Sign teams have proven they can compete with any team. They may not win them all but who does at any level.?
If the individual parents,(not LMSA), want to pay a little more for better competition why not.
These are not club teams, they will maintain the 75-25 % that is mandated by the city.
To be honest with what they have shown in the recent Stste Cup competition they will do okay. Maybe not win all the time but they will do better than a lot of existing small clubs do. Look at Juventus for example.
$club

United States

#1883 Feb 18, 2013
In the know is confused wrote:
<quoted text>Is Lmsa starting a club program or not?
Yes and no. They are allowing sig teams to choose the playing circuit for fall. CSL or Signature. otherwise risk losing more players to other clubs, or entire Sig teams to other clubs. Pretty simple.
In the know is confused

Whittier, CA

#1884 Feb 18, 2013
Isn't that suppose to be approved by the bod
$club

United States

#1885 Feb 18, 2013
In the know is confused wrote:
Isn't that suppose to be approved by the bod
Yes, my guess is it will be approved. Otherwise why would the list it in the LMSA website.
Parent

South Gate, CA

#1886 Feb 18, 2013
[QUOTE who="$club"]<quot ed text>
Yes and no. They are allowing sig teams to choose the playing circuit for fall. CSL or Signature. otherwise risk losing more players to other clubs, or entire Sig teams to other clubs. Pretty simple.[/QUOTE]

The problem with giving a choice CSL requires 6 teams to be considered a club. So if only 4 teams go play club you don't have club and are left with the same problem. Putting in signature without club three years down the road was a mistake, alot of good and decent players left to go play for average club teams when they could have stayed in their city to play. But hopefully it happens and is approved. I would make the Older teams play club automatically. Get the LMHS involved you can put 2 club teams together.
LM Parent

Los Angeles, CA

#1887 Feb 18, 2013
Parent wrote:
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The problem with giving a choice CSL requires 6 teams to be considered a club. So if only 4 teams go play club you don't have club and are left with the same problem. Putting in signature without club three years down the road was a mistake, alot of good and decent players left to go play for average club teams when they could have stayed in their city to play. But hopefully it happens and is approved. I would make the Older teams play club automatically. Get the LMHS involved you can put 2 club teams together.
Will they have tryouts or are the teams "already formed?
In the know

Canyon Country, CA

#1888 Feb 18, 2013
Sign tryouts are on the LMSA website.
And CSL will allow wild card teams play as long as the have their own fields.
Times they are a changing...
Go LMSA
In the know is confused

Whittier, CA

#1889 Feb 19, 2013
In the know wrote:
Sign tryouts are on the LMSA website.
And CSL will allow wild card teams play as long as the have their own fields.
Times they are a changing...
Go LMSA
CSL has a rule on their web site that you have to have at least 6 teams to play with them, so where are you getting your infomation? It is sig not sign.
$club

Los Angeles, CA

#1890 Feb 19, 2013
In the know is confused wrote:
<quoted text>CSL has a rule on their web site that you have to have at least 6 teams to play with them, so where are you getting your infomation? It is sig not sign.
Lets see how it pans out cowboy. No need to start a pissing contest. The BOD knows how many teams are needed. 4 girls team did very good last year. And 2 boys teams did pretty good. 4+2=6. They have asked coaches interest level already. It will be close though to get the 6 teams.
Olders may make up the difference I hope.

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