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Discussion in 'VMSL' started by Crazy-K, Jun 21, 2017.
Yep ...open books and you will never see the game again...
If you actually watch this video there is no wonder about the state of football here.....the guy is talking from that well known bastion of football, Yale University....who have produced some excellent players,(their names elude me) the majority of whom do not have an ITC and finish up playing in the VMSL , lol.
No, but this would explain why England and other regions in the UK usually lose in penalties and why they are going backwards (i.e. do you remember that last world cup England only got one point?)
Countries that are exporters of soccer players (i.e. Brazil, Argentina, France, Spain, Uruguay) have PhDs designing the technical, tactical, and mental training of those players.
There are many things that have delayed the development of soccer here. One of them is certainly unawareness of how much science is behind the development of elite players.
Social media reporting a seismic shift in the soccer landscape in Vancouver...
Part of me regrets giving them that "Evil Empire" moniker...happy to play a small part though I guess
Almost as dark as rinos and ajyal tigers merger!!! Who would of thought that it would happen but it did....
Never a merger your facts are wrong
Next season could be
Rino’s Westside Columbus or RWC
Is this a pisstake or is this for real?
Rino’s and Westside back on the same team? That was a messy divorce!
Sorry mate I forgot it wasn't a merger you guys got bought.
I doubt Columbus or Westside would want to be associated with a team that sold their soul just so that you could be in premier. You are what I call a bad case of diarrhea - no one wants to get near you.
Although there isn’t many of them, here is a former VMSL’er who is now playing for the reigning USL Champs Louisville City FC. Oscar Jimenez scored the opening goal in their big upset win over the New England Revolution in the US Open Cup last night. I think he played for Langley??? Now playing left back and chasing the dream. Good for him. Paris Gee (Croatia) is also playing in this league. Will be nice to see more upstart teams compete in our Voyageur Cup this year and more in he next. About time!