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Re: FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes [Re: Anonymous] #247155
10/20/17 10:28 AM
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The lack of sportsmanship, chararacter and general common decency displayed by the FCA coaches, players and parents is astounding. Makes the Crabs look look like saints.


And the club team your son plays for is?????

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
The lack of sportsmanship, chararacter and general common decency displayed by the FCA coaches, players and parents is astounding. Makes the Crabs look look like saints.


And the club team your son plays for is?????


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Re: FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes [Re: TLaxOne] #247951
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Have you seen the number of penalties committed by a certain player on the FCA 2020 team? Have you heard the language from the coaches and the parents? Far from being the role models they pretend to be.

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Have you seen the number of penalties committed by a certain player on the FCA 2020 team? Have you heard the language from the coaches and the parents? Far from being the role models they pretend to be.


Can I get an AMEN?

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I have witnessed it first hand during this past summer. Dirty team.
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Have you seen the number of penalties committed by a certain player on the FCA 2020 team? Have you heard the language from the coaches and the parents? Far from being the role models they pretend to be.


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Originally Posted by Anonymous
I have witnessed it first hand during this past summer. Dirty team.
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Have you seen the number of penalties committed by a certain player on the FCA 2020 team? Have you heard the language from the coaches and the parents? Far from being the role models they pretend to be.



Haters are going to hate; some clubs just simply are not for everyone. FCA meets the needs both my family and sons are looking for and the past weekend could not have gone better for each!! Thank you FCA!!!

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Re: FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes [Re: Anonymous] #249872
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Sounds like your son didn't see the field much when he played for FCA.....

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sounds like your son didn't see the field much when he played for FCA.....


Both start sir; sorry you’re miserable with your club and what they offer.

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Fca is no different than any other club- they market it well but the same problems exist . what hurts them is training and parent coaching at some of the levels. Think they mean well but they can be hypocritical.

as much as they say its not a feeder to CHC it is, well over half the 2022 team is registered 9th graders at CHC. just own it no worries

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Originally Posted by watchthemplay
Fca is no different than any other club- they market it well but the same problems exist . what hurts them is training and parent coaching at some of the levels. Think they mean well but they can be hypocritical.

as much as they say its not a feeder to CHC it is, well over half the 2022 team is registered 9th graders at CHC. just own it no worries



This is my son's first year with FCA and while I don't disagree with what you stated we could not be happier with the team, the coaching and the parents. They may have some 'issues' that you see with other teams; the difference is they address them immediately and do not let it impact the team. Our coaches go out of the way to be a part of the boys lives outside of Lacrosse which you really do not see in other programs. The good far outweigh the bad.

That has been our experience since last Fall; now I know how this forum works so let the bashing of this opinion begin. lol

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by watchthemplay
Fca is no different than any other club- they market it well but the same problems exist . what hurts them is training and parent coaching at some of the levels. Think they mean well but they can be hypocritical.

as much as they say its not a feeder to CHC it is, well over half the 2022 team is registered 9th graders at CHC. just own it no worries



This is my son's first year with FCA and while I don't disagree with what you stated we could not be happier with the team, the coaching and the parents. They may have some 'issues' that you see with other teams; the difference is they address them immediately and do not let it impact the team. Our coaches go out of the way to be a part of the boys lives outside of Lacrosse which you really do not see in other programs. The good far outweigh the bad.

That has been our experience since last Fall; now I know how this forum works so let the bashing of this opinion begin. lol


I agree with what you said about the coaches taking interest in their players lives outside of lacrosse. That speaks volumes to a coach's character. More coaches should take notes on that. You get good things from your players when they get acknowledgment from you. It's just a fact.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Fca is no different than any other club- they market it well but the same problems exist . what hurts them is training and parent coaching at some of the levels. Think they mean well but they can be hypocritical.

as much as they say its not a feeder to CHC it is, well over half the 2022 team is registered 9th graders at CHC. just own it no worries



This is my son's first year with FCA and while I don't disagree with what you stated we could not be happier with the team, the coaching and the parents. They may have some 'issues' that you see with other teams; the difference is they address them immediately and do not let it impact the team. Our coaches go out of the way to be a part of the boys lives outside of Lacrosse which you really do not see in other programs. The good far outweigh the bad.

That has been our experience since last Fall; now I know how this forum works so let the bashing of this opinion begin. lol


I agree with what you said about the coaches taking interest in their players lives outside of lacrosse. That speaks volumes to a coach's character. More coaches should take notes on that. You get good things from your players when they get acknowledgment from you. It's just a fact.


VISION

To see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.

MISSION

To lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church.

VALUES

Our relationships will demonstrate steadfast commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word through Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence.
Integrity
We will demonstrate Christ-like wholeness, privately and publicly. (Proverbs 11:3)
Serving
We will model Jesus’ example of serving. (John 13:1-17)
Teamwork
We will express our unity in Christ in all our relationships. (Philippians 2:1-4)
Excellence
We will honor and glorify God in all we do. (Colossians 3:23-24)

STRATEGY

To and Through the Coach
We pursue our vision and mission through the strategy of to and through the coach. We seek ministry first to coaches hearts, marriages and families. Then, when ready, we minister through coaches to their fellow coaches, teams and athlete leaders.

Billy Graham said, “A coach will impact more people in one year than the average person will in an entire lifetime.” With the influence of a coach, FCA recognizes the most strategic way to reach more athletes is to first reach the coach.

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Re: FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes [Re: Anonymous] #262264
04/10/18 12:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by watchthemplay
Fca is no different than any other club- they market it well but the same problems exist . what hurts them is training and parent coaching at some of the levels. Think they mean well but they can be hypocritical.

as much as they say its not a feeder to CHC it is, well over half the 2022 team is registered 9th graders at CHC. just own it no worries



This is my son's first year with FCA and while I don't disagree with what you stated we could not be happier with the team, the coaching and the parents. They may have some 'issues' that you see with other teams; the difference is they address them immediately and do not let it impact the team. Our coaches go out of the way to be a part of the boys lives outside of Lacrosse which you really do not see in other programs. The good far outweigh the bad.

That has been our experience since last Fall; now I know how this forum works so let the bashing of this opinion begin. lol


I agree with what you said about the coaches taking interest in their players lives outside of lacrosse. That speaks volumes to a coach's character. More coaches should take notes on that. You get good things from your players when they get acknowledgment from you. It's just a fact.


VISION

To see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.

MISSION

To lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church.

VALUES

Our relationships will demonstrate steadfast commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word through Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence.
Integrity
We will demonstrate Christ-like wholeness, privately and publicly. (Proverbs 11:3)
Serving
We will model Jesus’ example of serving. (John 13:1-17)
Teamwork
We will express our unity in Christ in all our relationships. (Philippians 2:1-4)
Excellence
We will honor and glorify God in all we do. (Colossians 3:23-24)

STRATEGY

To and Through the Coach
We pursue our vision and mission through the strategy of to and through the coach. We seek ministry first to coaches hearts, marriages and families. Then, when ready, we minister through coaches to their fellow coaches, teams and athlete leaders.

Billy Graham said, “A coach will impact more people in one year than the average person will in an entire lifetime.” With the influence of a coach, FCA recognizes the most strategic way to reach more athletes is to first reach the coach.


Got it, Best way to create little mindless robots who will vote Rep. and keep all those brown people away. Signing my kid up as fast as I can.

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Re: FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes [Re: TLaxOne] #262267
04/10/18 01:08 PM
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spare us the sermon's, as you should do in any business you go out and try to recruit the best players(like everyone does) to play for your club.....you are no better or worse morally than other clubs.........i think most of the programs have coaches that are interested in their kids outside of lacrosse, don't give us the holier than thou routine, just not true

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04/10/18 01:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by watchthemplay
Fca is no different than any other club- they market it well but the same problems exist . what hurts them is training and parent coaching at some of the levels. Think they mean well but they can be hypocritical.

as much as they say its not a feeder to CHC it is, well over half the 2022 team is registered 9th graders at CHC. just own it no worries



This is my son's first year with FCA and while I don't disagree with what you stated we could not be happier with the team, the coaching and the parents. They may have some 'issues' that you see with other teams; the difference is they address them immediately and do not let it impact the team. Our coaches go out of the way to be a part of the boys lives outside of Lacrosse which you really do not see in other programs. The good far outweigh the bad.

That has been our experience since last Fall; now I know how this forum works so let the bashing of this opinion begin. lol


I agree with what you said about the coaches taking interest in their players lives outside of lacrosse. That speaks volumes to a coach's character. More coaches should take notes on that. You get good things from your players when they get acknowledgment from you. It's just a fact.


VISION

To see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.

MISSION

To lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church.

VALUES

Our relationships will demonstrate steadfast commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word through Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence.
Integrity
We will demonstrate Christ-like wholeness, privately and publicly. (Proverbs 11:3)
Serving
We will model Jesus’ example of serving. (John 13:1-17)
Teamwork
We will express our unity in Christ in all our relationships. (Philippians 2:1-4)
Excellence
We will honor and glorify God in all we do. (Colossians 3:23-24)

STRATEGY

To and Through the Coach
We pursue our vision and mission through the strategy of to and through the coach. We seek ministry first to coaches hearts, marriages and families. Then, when ready, we minister through coaches to their fellow coaches, teams and athlete leaders.

Billy Graham said, “A coach will impact more people in one year than the average person will in an entire lifetime.” With the influence of a coach, FCA recognizes the most strategic way to reach more athletes is to first reach the coach.



Let me run something by you. Is it in line with these principles to publicly disparage a group of 7th grade boys and their families by describing them as dirtbags in a Howard County parking lot after your team lost a game? I ask only because the great and holy BK, head of FCA, Calvert Hall varsity coach, and head coach of FCA 23 Blue did just that on Sunday. Before you all go nuts, it is fact. It was witnessed by countless people. If you want to learn how to whine from a hypocrite, go to FCA.

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