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Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288356
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See you at our tryouts pot stirrer. I heard more of your kids are bailing once again. Says a lot when a club can't keep their kids!


Maybe you didn’t notice, but we still dominated this season without you. The team actually improved (that’s what chemistry does). Please stay east of the Nassau border.


We're actually west of the border big guy. Are you jealous?


What team is this


The team is Igloo. They took on several players last year and they were unable to perform to the standards held by a top club. Maybe if they stayed this past season and tried to earn a spot, things may have been different. Unfortunately, the parents are typical sideline cancers who believe their kids deserve to be starters.. it was a disaster from the beginning and a separation of paths was inevitable. I truly believe the cycle of moving these boys from team to team every year is damaging their opportunities to be successful. These same players play for Team 5 and Turtles and are again unhappy. There is definitely a common denominator and it’s invasive.

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Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288362
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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See you at our tryouts pot stirrer. I heard more of your kids are bailing once again. Says a lot when a club can't keep their kids!


Maybe you didn’t notice, but we still dominated this season without you. The team actually improved (that’s what chemistry does). Please stay east of the Nassau border.


We're actually west of the border big guy. Are you jealous?


What team is this


The team is Igloo. They took on several players last year and they were unable to perform to the standards held by a top club. Maybe if they stayed this past season and tried to earn a spot, things may have been different. Unfortunately, the parents are typical sideline cancers who believe their kids deserve to be starters.. it was a disaster from the beginning and a separation of paths was inevitable. I truly believe the cycle of moving these boys from team to team every year is damaging their opportunities to be successful. These same players play for Team 5 and Turtles and are again unhappy. There is definitely a common denominator and it’s invasive.


The parent who coaches Team 5 demanded his son start last year, his feelings concerning were clearly conveyed to the coaching staff. Afterwards, it was a toxic sideline setting. Hope he got what he wanted with the new team.

Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288366
07/07/19 06:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
See you at our tryouts pot stirrer. I heard more of your kids are bailing once again. Says a lot when a club can't keep their kids!


Maybe you didn’t notice, but we still dominated this season without you. The team actually improved (that’s what chemistry does). Please stay east of the Nassau border.


We're actually west of the border big guy. Are you jealous?


What team is this


The team is Igloo. They took on several players last year and they were unable to perform to the standards held by a top club. Maybe if they stayed this past season and tried to earn a spot, things may have been different. Unfortunately, the parents are typical sideline cancers who believe their kids deserve to be starters.. it was a disaster from the beginning and a separation of paths was inevitable. I truly believe the cycle of moving these boys from team to team every year is damaging their opportunities to be successful. These same players play for Team 5 and Turtles and are again unhappy. There is definitely a common denominator and it’s invasive.


The parent who coaches Team 5 demanded his son start last year, his feelings concerning were clearly conveyed to the coaching staff. Afterwards, it was a toxic sideline setting. Hope he got what he wanted with the new team.


Thanks for the solid facts Igloo coach.

Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288383
07/08/19 08:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
See you at our tryouts pot stirrer. I heard more of your kids are bailing once again. Says a lot when a club can't keep their kids!
Maybe you didn’t notice, but we still dominated this season without you. The team actually improved (that’s what chemistry does). Please stay east of the Nassau border.
We're actually west of the border big guy. Are you jealous?
The team is Igloo. They took on several players last year and they were unable to perform to the standards held by a top club. Maybe if they stayed this past season and tried to earn a spot, things may have been different. Unfortunately, the parents are typical sideline cancers who believe their kids deserve to be starters.. it was a disaster from the beginning and a separation of paths was inevitable. I truly believe the cycle of moving these boys from team to team every year is damaging their opportunities to be successful. These same players play for Team 5 and Turtles and are again unhappy. There is definitely a common denominator and it’s invasive.


The parent who coaches Team 5 demanded his son start last year, his feelings concerning were clearly conveyed to the coaching staff. Afterwards, it was a toxic sideline setting. Hope he got what he wanted with the new team.


Well, I think Turtles played in (and lost) one B tournament, had about 10 practices and no winter training. Some people get what they deserve. But next year, watch out!! I’m sure whatever team these 10 boys go to will be tops in the age group!

Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288393
07/08/19 10:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
See you at our tryouts pot stirrer. I heard more of your kids are bailing once again. Says a lot when a club can't keep their kids!
Maybe you didn’t notice, but we still dominated this season without you. The team actually improved (that’s what chemistry does). Please stay east of the Nassau border.
We're actually west of the border big guy. Are you jealous?
The team is Igloo. They took on several players last year and they were unable to perform to the standards held by a top club. Maybe if they stayed this past season and tried to earn a spot, things may have been different. Unfortunately, the parents are typical sideline cancers who believe their kids deserve to be starters.. it was a disaster from the beginning and a separation of paths was inevitable. I truly believe the cycle of moving these boys from team to team every year is damaging their opportunities to be successful. These same players play for Team 5 and Turtles and are again unhappy. There is definitely a common denominator and it’s invasive.


The parent who coaches Team 5 demanded his son start last year, his feelings concerning were clearly conveyed to the coaching staff. Afterwards, it was a toxic sideline setting. Hope he got what he wanted with the new team.


Well, I think Turtles played in (and lost) one B tournament, had about 10 practices and no winter training. Some people get what they deserve. But next year, watch out!! I’m sure whatever team these 10 boys go to will be tops in the age group!


I don't think you know much of what you're talking about, but you keep paying the highest prices for your club, but I'm sure you think little Johnny already signed his NLC.

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Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288402
07/08/19 01:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
See you at our tryouts pot stirrer. I heard more of your kids are bailing once again. Says a lot when a club can't keep their kids!
Maybe you didn’t notice, but we still dominated this season without you. The team actually improved (that’s what chemistry does). Please stay east of the Nassau border.
We're actually west of the border big guy. Are you jealous?
The team is Igloo. They took on several players last year and they were unable to perform to the standards held by a top club. Maybe if they stayed this past season and tried to earn a spot, things may have been different. Unfortunately, the parents are typical sideline cancers who believe their kids deserve to be starters.. it was a disaster from the beginning and a separation of paths was inevitable. I truly believe the cycle of moving these boys from team to team every year is damaging their opportunities to be successful. These same players play for Team 5 and Turtles and are again unhappy. There is definitely a common denominator and it’s invasive.


The parent who coaches Team 5 demanded his son start last year, his feelings concerning were clearly conveyed to the coaching staff. Afterwards, it was a toxic sideline setting. Hope he got what he wanted with the new team.


Well, I think Turtles played in (and lost) one B tournament, had about 10 practices and no winter training. Some people get what they deserve. But next year, watch out!! I’m sure whatever team these 10 boys go to will be tops in the age group!


I don't think you know much of what you're talking about, but you keep paying the highest prices for your club, but I'm sure you think little Johnny already signed his NLC.



Any way we can get the parents being trashed in these posts to wear bright shiny pinnies at tryouts so that if we see them we can jump back in our car and zoom away from that tryout????

Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288404
07/08/19 01:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
See you at our tryouts pot stirrer. I heard more of your kids are bailing once again. Says a lot when a club can't keep their kids!
Maybe you didn’t notice, but we still dominated this season without you. The team actually improved (that’s what chemistry does). Please stay east of the Nassau border.
We're actually west of the border big guy. Are you jealous?
The team is Igloo. They took on several players last year and they were unable to perform to the standards held by a top club. Maybe if they stayed this past season and tried to earn a spot, things may have been different. Unfortunately, the parents are typical sideline cancers who believe their kids deserve to be starters.. it was a disaster from the beginning and a separation of paths was inevitable. I truly believe the cycle of moving these boys from team to team every year is damaging their opportunities to be successful. These same players play for Team 5 and Turtles and are again unhappy. There is definitely a common denominator and it’s invasive.


The parent who coaches Team 5 demanded his son start last year, his feelings concerning were clearly conveyed to the coaching staff. Afterwards, it was a toxic sideline setting. Hope he got what he wanted with the new team.


Well, I think Turtles played in (and lost) one B tournament, had about 10 practices and no winter training. Some people get what they deserve. But next year, watch out!! I’m sure whatever team these 10 boys go to will be tops in the age group!


I don't think you know much of what you're talking about, but you keep paying the highest prices for your club, but I'm sure you think little Johnny already signed his NLC.


What's a NLC??

Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288418
07/08/19 02:52 PM
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The parent who coaches Team 5 demanded his son start last year, his feelings concerning were clearly conveyed to the coaching staff. Afterwards, it was a toxic sideline setting. Hope he got what he wanted with the new team.[/quote]

Well, I think Turtles played in (and lost) one B tournament, had about 10 practices and no winter training. Some people get what they deserve. But next year, watch out!! I’m sure whatever team these 10 boys go to will be tops in the age group![/quote]

I don't think you know much of what you're talking about, but you keep paying the highest prices for your club, but I'm sure you think little Johnny already signed his NLC.[/quote]


Any way we can get the parents being trashed in these posts to wear bright shiny pinnies at tryouts so that if we see them we can jump back in our car and zoom away from that tryout????
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Then please don't come to our tryouts in Jericho.

Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: TM@BOTC] #288519
07/10/19 09:05 AM
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Hey, Michael Brennan where are the box uniforms that were part of the tuition? They were nice looking hanging in the Rebels tent for sale at the spring jam.

Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: TM@BOTC] #288539
07/10/19 11:48 AM
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He gave them to his guest players

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Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288541
07/10/19 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hey, M B where are the box uniforms that were part of the tuition? They were nice looking hanging in the Rebels tent for sale at the spring jam.


The email for next year's tryouts went out before the kids got all the gear that was promised

Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288543
07/10/19 12:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hey, MBwhere are the box uniforms that were part of the tuition? They were nice looking hanging in the Rebels tent for sale at the spring jam.


They were hanging there with Rebel tatoos for the Mom's, and Blatant underwear for sale.

Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288545
07/10/19 12:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hey, M B where are the box uniforms that were part of the tuition? They were nice looking hanging in the Rebels tent for sale at the spring jam.


What's your issue there friend. Im sure M B has time to answer you on these forums. Really couldn't think of anything better to bash his club about.

We got more gear than I ever have with a club so i'm not even sure if box uniforms were on our package. What we did get brand new gloves that were not on their tuition... Why don't you just give M a call instead of writing here.


Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288579
07/10/19 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
He gave them to his guest players


LOL, ain't that the truth. My friends son was [ChillLaxin]ed of that he got less playing time because of that Middy.

Re: Boys 2023-8th Grade Fall 2018/Summer 2019 [Re: Anonymous] #288596
07/11/19 08:00 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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He gave them to his guest players


LOL, ain't that the truth. My friends son was [ChillLaxin]ed of that he got less playing time because of that Middy.


Just a thought, would he lost time if he was a better player? Maybe the answer is sitting across the table from you.

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