Discussion in 'Girls Development Academy' started by Soccer, Jun 21, 2018.
I know of several players that left and joined the Eagles.
Yet some Slammers players also left after the announcement to find seemingly greener pastures at Blues, and Galaxy. Looks like the movement is ever going in multiple directions
Eagles and RSC have a long history of players moving back and forth between clubs.
Beach did? To ECNL? Do tell....
Yep. The shift back and forth as coaches come and go.
Yes, Beach 03 lost several starting players. Not sure on exact number or where they went (probably ECNL but I don't want to guess) but it's something I will be able to find out. That was Beach's top team, they won their 2017-2018 GDA conference. Not sure on reasons they left but I can ask my reliable "in the know" youngers parent next time we see each other at private training.
Doesn't matter if they left unless Olivia Moultrie left. One kid can make or break a teams standings in many cases like this one.
Most posters refrain from directly naming players under the age of 18.
I didn't say it whether it mattered or not, I was simply answering the other poster.
Several? Hmmmm not sure about that, I only know about one. Not saying there couldn’t be more, but the speculation may be just that. We’ve been out of practice this week and some of last sonsomething could have taken place that I am not aware of yet.
or as coaches get sent prison for sexual crimes against minors and players don't want to play for a club that claimed ignorance
I could only find 4? two at U17 and two at U18/19? Based on the relative success of the two programs this past year, I would think that the flow would be from Eagles to RSC not the other way around?
RSC had a coach that moved to Eagles and looks like a few players probably followed her.
Also at least 6 DPL players that played for KW made the move to Eagles DA. Some of them would have been DA at Real but instead played HS for KW.
Come on Simi that was funny!!
at what age group?
oldest two teams, I don't know much about the younger teams