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La Mirada, CA

LMSA Soccer

I have no beef, there are strong & weak teams playing in both the SCDSL & CSL. I was providing information to verify the following claim "I forgot one thing scdsl lets ayso teams in, ball in your court" So someone obviously has a beef with SCDSL.  (Sep 8, 2013 | post #3007)

La Habra, CA

LMSA Soccer

This is not a "cal south" stipulation bus a US SOCCER waiver. " National "D" License certification may be waived ONLY under one of the following conditions: Applicant received the NSCAA National Diploma and has held it for a minimum of 12 months. Applicant has three (3) years of coaching experience (any level) AND three (3) years playing experience with a Senior National Team or three (3) years of FIFA recognized professional playing experience.  (Aug 24, 2013 | post #2890)

La Mirada, CA

LMSA Soccer

or at the OC kick off classic or at the Toyota of orange classic Brea draws lower level teams and is aware of it. It is even on their tournament page. "The Brea Kickoff Classic is looking for all club teams, signature and AYSO + teams to play, we will do our best to group teams according to their level." Most tournaments are not this kind to lower teams. They will seed the tournament so there are no " groups of death" they want the top teams in the semi's and finals. That way, next year they can attract more teams, better caliber teams, and if possible, charge more. You have to remember these tournaments are a revenue stream for the club. They are not putting these tournaments on for fun. The Brea tournament is a good way to determine how you fare against lower level teams.  (Aug 18, 2013 | post #2826)