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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Friday, May 29, 2009
Albertson Soccer Club was the big winner of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Spring Showcase, the Memorial Day weekend event in Sarasota, Fla. The New York club was the only one of 73 Academy clubs taking part in the five-day event to win all six games, three each in the ... Read the whole story
The Derby County Wolves (U-17/18) and Chicago Fire (U-15/16) remained No. 1 in their respective age groups in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy's overall standings following play in the Spring Showcase at the Sarasota, Fla., Polo Club. The Wolves (25-2-1) won all three games, while  the Fire (16-2-4) won two ... Read the whole story
The defending U.S. Youth Soccer national champion NJSA Gunners 04, coached by Tab Ramos, fell to PDA Ronaldo, 1-0, in the final of the New Jersey State Cup under-15 boys competition. The YMS Xplosion revenged its loss to U.S. Youth Soccer National League champion YMS Xplosion in the Eastern Pennsylvania ... Read the whole story
The Cincinnati United Premier Crew Juniors Gold won three Ohio South championships in the boys and girls U-14 to U-18 boys and girls divisions. Overall, CUP placed the most teams in Ohio South into the state finals, winning six championships and taking second place in three other divisions. For the ... Read the whole story
The Dallas Texans Red and Dallas Texans Red Dallas, last year's U.S. Youth Soccer national champions in the under-16 and under-15 age groups, won their respective age groups at the North Texas State Cup. They were among 10 Texans boys and girls teams to win North Texas state championships. For ... Read the whole story
Les Bois Soccer Association swept all five girls divisions in the U-14 to U-18 age groups at the Idaho State Cup. In New Mexico, Rio Vista FC won six titles in the U-14 to U-19 age groups. in Montana, top honors went to Magic City SC White with four U-14 ... Read the whole story
The American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) added a sixth philosophy, "Player Development," to its foundation tenets during an executive membership vote at its AGM last weekend in Dallas, where President Mike Wade was reelected and three members for the National Board of Directors were elected. Read the whole story
Longtime AYSO leader Burton Haimes, who served seven years as national president and 12 years as chairman of the board, and Cherie Tucker, who has been active at all levels of AYSO for more than 35 years, were inducted into the AYSO Hall of Fame. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Any environment where our residency players can improve and continue to develop their skills and their knowledge about the game [is positive]." -- U.S. U-17 national team coach Wilmer Cabrera on midfield star Sebastian Lletget's signing with West Ham United. Lletget, whose parents are Argentine but who holds an Italian passport that qualifies him to sign with an English club, only recently joined the Bradenton residency program but started for the USA at the Under-17 Concacaf Championship. He will shuttle back and forth between London and Bradenton before next fall's Under-17 World Cup, slated to be held in Nigeria.  (goal. ...More


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