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Discussion in 'Girls Youth Soccer' started by jimhalpert, Jan 26, 2011.
Has anyone located a invitation list for the 2011 id2 National Training Camp for 1994-95 girls?
It is only 10 days away and I have not heard a word about.
I wonder if it is still going on
Tally info from December 1st.
I do know arrangements have been made and the '94-95 players have been notified. As soon as players respond back the list will be finalized and posted.
roster & schedule are here:
http://www.eliteclubsnationalleague.com/scripts/runisa.dll?M2:gp::73247 L3/Display E NDX NDX 497304
It looks like things are going well in Tallahassee!
Some of those Coaches look cold!
Feb. 12. Dream Big!
Lilly and Hamm give personal experience and direction:
It sounds as if the camp was a success. Hopefully the girls picked up some new skills and hopefully those that have not yet committed got some good looks from some of the coaches that were in attendance. It was also nice that some of the players got some face time on the videos but after watching them I had to ask myself; "How did 'like' ever become such a big part of the lexicon of young girls?" It doesn't matter what part of the country you are in - young girls use "like" in their verbal communication far too often.
That's because their face-to-face communication skills are diminishing due to text messaging and Facebook. It happens to adults and it happens to teenagers. At least these are my observations. And I'm disliking this over-usage of the word "like" as well.
You guys must be, like, old or something.
Yep....just celebrated my 40th this week. Girls did it when I was in HS also and I, like, didn't like it then either.
Drives me crazy as well but unfortunately, girls have been doing it forever and will probably continue to do so. Converstaions would go a lot quicker with my dd if she left out the "likes".
Boys have the same problem, check out this kid......Justin Bieber
Middle of the page, Click on Arrow, Voila!
God, Help Us All!
I guess if the overuse of the word "like" is the worst of the transgressions of our children then things aren't so bad. I don't even bother saying anything to my girls about it anymore as I've learned to pick and choose my battles and that is one that is not worth fighting.
Anyway, here are a few pictures from the camp:
Also, here is the video for the last day:
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZO2xgb_L-kU"]YouTube - 2011 ECNL/id2 National Training Camp Recap[/ame]
This was really a great opportunity for these young women. Hopefully they all got a lot out of it and they were able to pick up something that will improve their game.
Rory is certainly a smooth speaker. Anson Dorrance of IL.
It was funny how one of the girls was saying that "we have the players to compete "like" with Germany and Martha, and then one other girl was shown slipping on the grass. LOL
That got free gear? Wow................
Yes…..they got free stuff. Kids like getting free stuff. The kids that participate in ODP get free stuff as well.
You're a perpetual fountain of bitterness & pessimism.
DD came home with Nike Warmup Jacket, travel bag, little backpack, 2 shorts, 6 or so shirts and several pairs of socks. Not a bad haul.
Free stuff is good.
It's not like that's new. Like that's been going on like forever, like since I was like a teenager and I'm like 40 something. It's not like it's exclusive to girls either, like lots of boys like say it too. It's kind of like a replacement for like "um" or like when our current president holds the final vowel like between sentences. Like, what's the big deal?
Oh, like Justin Beiber even does it! So, like it can't be that bad can it?
I read some where that a team would be selected to play internationally from this camp some time this summer. Does anyone have any details?