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U-13/14 players on fire for Orlando City and Earthquakes
October 5th, 2013 1:50AM
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[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY]Three players at the U-13/14 level tallied four goals in their game last weekend: Orlando City’s Jonathan Brasiliano and the San Jose Earthquakes'Kaya FabbrettiandIvan Valencia.

Brasiliano scored four goals in a seven-minute stretch during Orlando City's 9-0 victory over IMG Academy to give him nine goals in four games.

The Quakes got two four-goal performances from Fabbretti and Valencia during their 14-1 win against San Mateo County Star. Fabbretti and Valencia have nine and six goals, respectively, in three games.


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  1. R2 Dad
    commented on: October 9, 2013 at 10:34 p.m.
    Once again, a supposedly substantive level of soccer (previously ODP, this time Academy) has been watered down to inconsequential, all in the name of money. If Academy level play is supposed to be of the highest order, what is San Mateo County Star? Never heard of them, and rightly so after a 14-1 shellacking. At some point scores do start to matter and certainly I thought Academy teams should be good. But no. This is a new club in an area awash in clubs. At some point this continual league/club generation has to stop so we can focus on quality and not $.
  1. Aresenal Fan
    commented on: October 16, 2013 at 1:01 p.m.
    R2 dad, SJ earthquakes academy is loaded with only 99's at this age group. They are by far the oldest team in pre-academy system in nortehrn california. Most of the other academies in northern cali have a mix of 99's, 2000's and even some 2001's. Our Academy for example has the older 99's that can handle playing up at the U16 level.

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