We don't get to talk much soccer around here but this is a great move IMO.
https://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2018/0 ... ge-program
With our geographic struggles, I tend to agree that a bold, possibly most effective move forward, would be to utilize our schools (middle, high, and college) more, not less. However, the governing body for school athletics have to do their part. Limiting soccer practice is a foolish rule for college soccer programs. Having different rules than the FIFA laws is a foolish move by HS and NCAA. Not having a longer season is bad, etc.
I hope this is a successful move and the HS and NCAA governing bodies can become partners, and not adversaries.
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"The greed that has permeated our country’s youth soccer programs is holding up the development of our players by requiring every person who wants to play, to pay OUTRAGEOUS fees that get more and more expensive as the players get older."