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Playing in college (Academy vs. non-Academy)

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Re: Playing in college (Academy vs. non-Academy)

Post by dfwsoccerdad on 9/20/2017, 12:48 pm

davito wrote:CCSAI incentivizes poor playing styles because the Richland fields are not good for passing and the subbing rules facilitate frequent fresh legs.

So games are played at 100mph and teams lump the ball forward and press hard in the final 3rd all game long hoping the opponent will make mistakes near their goal.

DA is played on better fields and there is no re-entry of subs. A total of 7 subs means at least 4 players on each team have to play the whole game.

The DA rules promote a better game. Teams can't close down space hard all game long and passing is more worthwhile on a good surface.

The refereeing is also far better in DA.

This is very true. It is 2 different games. I will say that the position my son plays gets a lot more action in 1 league vs. the other.

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Post by SnookumsConCarne on 9/20/2017, 1:53 pm

davito wrote:Yeah, just got to ask yourself do you want to play for that fool.....

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