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Re: FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Anonymous #318625 01/11/21 09:59 AM
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FCA is a nonprofit that basically breaks even.

It pays salaries and expense reimbursements.[/quote]

FCA player fees do not pay salaries.

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Anonymous #318680 01/12/21 12:17 PM
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FCA is a nonprofit that basically breaks even.

It pays salaries and expense reimbursements.

FCA player fees do not pay salaries.[/quote]

just hotels for tournaments then?

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Anonymous #318696 01/12/21 09:34 PM
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FCA is a nonprofit that basically breaks even.

It pays salaries and expense reimbursements.

FCA player fees do not pay salaries.

just hotels for tournaments then?[/quote]

Huh?

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Anonymous #318700 01/13/21 06:07 AM
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Fellowship of Kelly Athletes..... Praise Jebus...Give us your money.

very true, FCA is notorious for having a couple spots available at tryouts and yet allow over 100 kids to pay the tryout fee. Most other top clubs have invite tryouts in high school.

yes, Baltimore FCA are tier 1 operators of the money grab clubs!

FCA is a nonprofit that basically breaks even.
Nonprofit means nothing. Paul Rabil foundation pays his mom more than 1/3 of the revenue brought in.

Non profits are some of the biggest scams ever. Most big Clubs ( Lax, BB, Football, etc ) are non profit yet somehow the Directors dont work a day job.

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Anonymous #318709 01/13/21 08:54 AM
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Fellowship of Kelly Athletes..... Praise Jebus...Give us your money.

very true, FCA is notorious for having a couple spots available at tryouts and yet allow over 100 kids to pay the tryout fee. Most other top clubs have invite tryouts in high school.

yes, Baltimore FCA are tier 1 operators of the money grab clubs!

FCA is a nonprofit that basically breaks even.
Nonprofit means nothing. Paul Rabil foundation pays his mom more than 1/3 of the revenue brought in.

Does Rabil pray after all his games?

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Fellowship of Kelly Athletes..... Praise Jebus...Give us your money.

very true, FCA is notorious for having a couple spots available at tryouts and yet allow over 100 kids to pay the tryout fee. Most other top clubs have invite tryouts in high school.

yes, Baltimore FCA are tier 1 operators of the money grab clubs!

FCA is a nonprofit that basically breaks even.
Nonprofit means nothing. Paul Rabil foundation pays his mom more than 1/3 of the revenue brought in.

Non profits are some of the biggest scams ever. Most big Clubs ( Lax, BB, Football, etc ) are non profit yet somehow the Directors dont work a day job.

yes, non profit organizations can still have payroll, and pay nice salaries.

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FCA is a nonprofit that basically breaks even.

It pays salaries and expense reimbursements.

FCA player fees do not pay salaries.[/quote]

And Pugh’s books were legitimate purchases ...

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TLaxOne #318744 01/13/21 08:01 PM
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Can somebody explain the history/background on this club? I have seen the behavior from 2027 and 2026 coaches and parents that everybody talks about on the forum, and always wondered about the organization. What exactly is the connection to FCA and who runs the lacrosse program?

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Anonymous #318748 01/14/21 08:15 AM
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Can somebody explain the history/background on this club? I have seen the behavior from 2027 and 2026 coaches and parents that everybody talks about on the forum, and always wondered about the organization. What exactly is the connection to FCA and who runs the lacrosse program?
Hysterical.

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TLaxOne #318751 01/14/21 09:01 AM
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Just to be clear, FCA is an international organization but the described behavior of the Maryland FCA teams is not the norm for all FCA clubs. FCA has teams all over the Country run by different directors and I can tell you, what is being described is not going on in the Upstate FCA program in NY.

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FCA is a nonprofit that basically breaks even.

It pays salaries and expense reimbursements.

FCA player fees do not pay salaries.[/quote]

$2400 a player; it better pay something!! $62,400 for my sons team alone........👀

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Anonymous #318763 01/14/21 12:03 PM
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Just to be clear, FCA is an international organization but the described behavior of the Maryland FCA teams is not the norm for all FCA clubs. FCA has teams all over the Country run by different directors and I can tell you, what is being described is not going on in the Upstate FCA program in NY.

I will second that. I have seen the Upstate NY and MD teams up close and the difference is night and day.

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Anonymous #318769 01/14/21 01:54 PM
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Can somebody explain the history/background on this club? I have seen the behavior from 2027 and 2026 coaches and parents that everybody talks about on the forum, and always wondered about the organization. What exactly is the connection to FCA and who runs the lacrosse program?

I can explain it very easy....Jealousy and envy by the many who cant make program and play for Calvert Hall.

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Anonymous #318772 01/14/21 03:21 PM
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Just to be clear, FCA is an international organization but the described behavior of the Maryland FCA teams is not the norm for all FCA clubs. FCA has teams all over the Country run by different directors and I can tell you, what is being described is not going on in the Upstate FCA program in NY.

I will second that. I have seen the Upstate NY and MD teams up close and the difference is night and day.

FCA MD parents are the ones that were to arrogant and trashy for Looney's.

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TLaxOne #318777 01/14/21 05:51 PM
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Think of FCA as a franchise. The MD franchise owned and run by the Kellys. They are Catholics of a more evangelical persuasion. Im sorry, I dont have any experiance with the younger teams.

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