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Discussion in 'Phoenix' started by monsoon soccer, Jun 13, 2010.
so, what's the typical attendance in these games?
Friends & Family.
It varies from about 50-100 people per game, I think attendance will be way down at the end of the earth (San Tan Valley).
I'm definitely going on July 7th (pending it isn't cancelled) I'm getting a caravan together to go out there.
Monsoon loses 7-1 to Santa Clarita.
I've never ever seen a team get blown out this badly in this sport on a consistent basis.
The owner made a statement that 200 people showed up out in San Tan. I find that very hard to believe. if about 18 players show up for each team, 2 staff for each team, that's 40. So that would mean 160 people made their way out to San Tan to watch the Monsoon.....................
That would seem difficult to believe, wouldn't it?
San Diego 8, Phoenix 0.
Internet 1, Monsoon 0 (Monsoon website down due to lack of payment)
No real way to characterize the whole indoor-outdoor Monsoon (later Storm) thing over the last eight months as anything other than an abject disaster, is there?
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Guessing any competition will be the nail in the coffin for this team.
There's still room for the Monsoon if they get their act together, it's about a 2.5 - 3 hour drive between where the two teams play.
Between where which two teams play?
I've said too much.
Okay, then. I guess they can move to Casa Grande. Oy.
This is surprising to me. According to the Monsoon's Facebook page...
"Monarcas Morelia Goalie Coach Jose Abdon Calderon Chagolla will be with us in December as part off the 2012/13 Phoenix Monsoon Tryouts.
More news coming soon."
I tried going to their website to see if there was more info in the news section, however my browser brought up a malware alert. It seems the Monsoon are going to make another run at it. Gotta give them credit, they have a stadium
I checked the website. Nothing has been posted there since August from what I can tell.
Are they still playing games in Sedona? Or San Tan Valley?
San Tan is their spot, the just played a friendly once up in Sedona IIRC.
And now the team is done.
The NPSL doesn't have them on the schedule and Odeen Domingo confirms the Monsoon are no more.
Even in the NPSL, you can't do this with zero money, zero vision and zero experience.