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Post by 4theluvofthegame on 1/24/2013, 9:25 am

crazeesoccermom wrote:The info I was given for location:
Pizza Hut Park/FC Dallas fields (grass) same fields as Dallas Cup cheers

WOW, that can't be cheap. Very impressive if that is in fact true!

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Post by my2cents on 1/24/2013, 9:40 am

Dallas Cup is not at FC Dallas fields this year.

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Post by 4theluvofthegame on 1/24/2013, 9:42 am

my2cents wrote:Dallas Cup is not at FC Dallas fields this year.

Maybe FC Dallas gave them a sweetheart deal since they no longer have Dallas Cup.
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Post by Number13 on 1/24/2013, 10:25 am

fwiw, we are listed as "committed". Our coach called me a few weeks back and asked if I signed us up for this tourney. Told him I had never heard of it. He said the same. We still don't know anything about it. So I'd take any team's committed status with a grain of promotional salt.

Sounds cool if they pull it off.
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Post by odie1993 on 1/24/2013, 10:36 am

Number13 wrote:fwiw, we are listed as "committed". Our coach called me a few weeks back and asked if I signed us up for this tourney. Told him I had never heard of it. He said the same. We still don't know anything about it. So I'd take any team's committed status with a grain of promotional salt.

Sounds cool if they pull it off.

I signed you guys up. you are welcome.

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Post by 4theluvofthegame on 1/24/2013, 10:48 am

Number13 wrote:fwiw, we are listed as "committed". Our coach called me a few weeks back and asked if I signed us up for this tourney. Told him I had never heard of it. He said the same. We still don't know anything about it. So I'd take any team's committed status with a grain of promotional salt.

Sounds cool if they pull it off.

I will take your invite if you don't want it! My guess is this tournament will not have a hard time filling spots if the 4 local teams invited somehow don't take their spots.
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Post by U90C on 1/24/2013, 1:30 pm

Number13 wrote:fwiw, we are listed as "committed". Our coach called me a few weeks back and asked if I signed us up for this tourney. Told him I had never heard of it. He said the same. We still don't know anything about it. So I'd take any team's committed status with a grain of promotional salt.

Sounds cool if they pull it off.


The "Committed" status of the team in question has been resolved. Thanks to Number13 for bringing the question to light.
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Post by Number13 on 1/24/2013, 1:36 pm

I digress, apparently the error was somewhere in our camp and we committed from the get-go. Further evidence that our manager is kind of stupid and can't be trusted. I hope this doesn't effect my son's PT.
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Post by 4theluvofthegame on 1/24/2013, 1:54 pm

Number13 wrote:I digress, apparently the error was somewhere in our camp and we committed from the get-go. Further evidence that our manager is kind of stupid and can't be trusted. I hope this doesn't effect my son's PT.


Does this mean that Suki or I can't have your invite? Mad
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Post by mtodd on 1/24/2013, 1:59 pm

Number13 wrote:I digress, apparently the error was somewhere in our camp and we committed from the get-go. Further evidence that our manager is kind of stupid and can't be trusted. I hope this doesn't effect my son's PT.

That is why I appreciate all our manager does for us cheers

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Post by Number13 on 1/24/2013, 2:06 pm

4theluvofthegame wrote:
Number13 wrote:I digress, apparently the error was somewhere in our camp and we committed from the get-go. Further evidence that our manager is kind of stupid and can't be trusted. I hope this doesn't effect my son's PT.


Does this mean that Suki or I can't have your invite? Mad

Alas, this is true. Sorry for the pump fake. Suki likes playing 03/04s and wants to scrimmage the bandits. Maybe you add two 03s for that and we can all get together and chill one day. That might be a hoot.

mtodd wrote: That is why I appreciate all our manager does for us cheers

Everyone should love their manager. Ours just happens to be so visually stunning that occasionally the other magnificent traits like his Holmesian intellect pale in comparison.
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Re: Dallas Premier Supercopa

Post by crazeesoccermom on 1/24/2013, 3:50 pm

< the info I was given for location:
Pizza Hut Park/FC Dallas fields (grass) same fields as Dallas Cup in previous years>




The information came in our Welcome confirmation from the tournament director, so pretty sure it's true.

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Nomads Are Coming !

Post by Nomadsjm on 1/25/2013, 10:40 pm

well see how good this teams will be . will be playing state cup on Feb. 9-10 and will see how good we really are than . i want to come to this tournament to get my boy use to play Far from home as i know i have Academy level kids , and i know i will be coming back in two years for t Dallas Cup . when my boys are U12 . be affraid ... jk !

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Post by 4theluvofthegame on 2/5/2013, 4:25 pm

I am BLOWN away with the teams that this tournament is bringing in. There are teams from southern california, Arizona, Illinois, New Jersey, Kansas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, Nevada.

With Dallas Cup moving back to Cotton Bowl I wonder if people will come out to watch this event. Especially if crazeesoccermom is right and the games are at Pizza Hut.

I for one will be going out and cheering NTX teams on. Will be great to see how NTX teams fare agaisnt these teams
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Post by skillzski on 2/5/2013, 5:00 pm

Beats driving to Dallas. This will be cool to watch and see where youth soccer is headed, whereas The Cup would be more interesting to watch. It will be interesting to see if this will be a national exhibition of smashball and coaches yelling to kick it out, or kids using their skills and tricks freely and coaches encouraging possession. Let's take the diapers off and see where we are headed.... What a Face
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Post by AlbionDad on 2/6/2013, 12:12 pm

I'm the manager for the Albion SC team coming to the tournament, and I can tell you that our boys are already very excited to travel to Texas to play against some great competition. I'm hopeful that the tournament will showcase the level of soccer there truly is at this age group.

I know it's still very early and the tournament isn't until June, but for planning purposes do any of you have any recommendations in terms of best places to eat or things to do in the area?

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Post by 4theluvofthegame on 2/6/2013, 1:07 pm

AlbionDad wrote:I'm the manager for the Albion SC team coming to the tournament, and I can tell you that our boys are already very excited to travel to Texas to play against some great competition. I'm hopeful that the tournament will showcase the level of soccer there truly is at this age group.

I know it's still very early and the tournament isn't until June, but for planning purposes do any of you have any recommendations in terms of best places to eat or things to do in the area?

It will depend on what area your team is staying in. If it's in the Frisco/Plano area there are lots and lots of restaurants. As for things to do there is Main Event (video game, bowling, laser tag), Dave and Busters, Pole Position (indoor go karts), Hawaian Falls (waterpark), Frisco Athletic Center (swimming, lazy river and slides), Stonebriar and Willow Bend Mall. The Frisco/Plano area has A LOT of things to do for kids.
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Post by AlbionDad on 2/6/2013, 1:40 pm

4theluvofthegame wrote:
AlbionDad wrote:I'm the manager for the Albion SC team coming to the tournament, and I can tell you that our boys are already very excited to travel to Texas to play against some great competition. I'm hopeful that the tournament will showcase the level of soccer there truly is at this age group.

I know it's still very early and the tournament isn't until June, but for planning purposes do any of you have any recommendations in terms of best places to eat or things to do in the area?

It will depend on what area your team is staying in. If it's in the Frisco/Plano area there are lots and lots of restaurants. As for things to do there is Main Event (video game, bowling, laser tag), Dave and Busters, Pole Position (indoor go karts), Hawaian Falls (waterpark), Frisco Athletic Center (swimming, lazy river and slides), Stonebriar and Willow Bend Mall. The Frisco/Plano area has A LOT of things to do for kids.

I'm pretty sure we will be staying in the Plano area. It looks like there is lots to do. Really appreciate the feedback and detailed info. Looking forward to visiting the area and of course the tournament itself. Thanks!

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Post by 4theluvofthegame on 2/6/2013, 1:53 pm

AlbionDad wrote:
4theluvofthegame wrote:
AlbionDad wrote:I'm the manager for the Albion SC team coming to the tournament, and I can tell you that our boys are already very excited to travel to Texas to play against some great competition. I'm hopeful that the tournament will showcase the level of soccer there truly is at this age group.

I know it's still very early and the tournament isn't until June, but for planning purposes do any of you have any recommendations in terms of best places to eat or things to do in the area?

It will depend on what area your team is staying in. If it's in the Frisco/Plano area there are lots and lots of restaurants. As for things to do there is Main Event (video game, bowling, laser tag), Dave and Busters, Pole Position (indoor go karts), Hawaian Falls (waterpark), Frisco Athletic Center (swimming, lazy river and slides), Stonebriar and Willow Bend Mall. The Frisco/Plano area has A LOT of things to do for kids.

I'm pretty sure we will be staying in the Plano area. It looks like there is lots to do. Really appreciate the feedback and detailed info. Looking forward to visiting the area and of course the tournament itself. Thanks!

Happy to help. Will be excited to watch your team compete in the tournament! Do you know much about the other southern california teams that are committed? Is Albion the best team coming from southern california?
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Post by AlbionDad on 2/6/2013, 2:02 pm

4theluvofthegame wrote:
AlbionDad wrote:
4theluvofthegame wrote:
AlbionDad wrote:I'm the manager for the Albion SC team coming to the tournament, and I can tell you that our boys are already very excited to travel to Texas to play against some great competition. I'm hopeful that the tournament will showcase the level of soccer there truly is at this age group.

I know it's still very early and the tournament isn't until June, but for planning purposes do any of you have any recommendations in terms of best places to eat or things to do in the area?

It will depend on what area your team is staying in. If it's in the Frisco/Plano area there are lots and lots of restaurants. As for things to do there is Main Event (video game, bowling, laser tag), Dave and Busters, Pole Position (indoor go karts), Hawaian Falls (waterpark), Frisco Athletic Center (swimming, lazy river and slides), Stonebriar and Willow Bend Mall. The Frisco/Plano area has A LOT of things to do for kids.

I'm pretty sure we will be staying in the Plano area. It looks like there is lots to do. Really appreciate the feedback and detailed info. Looking forward to visiting the area and of course the tournament itself. Thanks!

Happy to help. Will be excited to watch your team compete in the tournament! Do you know much about the other southern california teams that are committed? Is Albion the best team coming from southern california?

I would love to say that we are the best team coming from CA, but who am I to judge. Truth be told, all of the teams I see listed as committed from CA are really quality teams at this age group. It will be refreshing to see how teams at this age do when playing against other teams from different states.

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Post by 4theluvofthegame on 2/6/2013, 2:18 pm

AlbionDad wrote:
4theluvofthegame wrote:
AlbionDad wrote:
4theluvofthegame wrote:
AlbionDad wrote:I'm the manager for the Albion SC team coming to the tournament, and I can tell you that our boys are already very excited to travel to Texas to play against some great competition. I'm hopeful that the tournament will showcase the level of soccer there truly is at this age group.

I know it's still very early and the tournament isn't until June, but for planning purposes do any of you have any recommendations in terms of best places to eat or things to do in the area?

It will depend on what area your team is staying in. If it's in the Frisco/Plano area there are lots and lots of restaurants. As for things to do there is Main Event (video game, bowling, laser tag), Dave and Busters, Pole Position (indoor go karts), Hawaian Falls (waterpark), Frisco Athletic Center (swimming, lazy river and slides), Stonebriar and Willow Bend Mall. The Frisco/Plano area has A LOT of things to do for kids.

I'm pretty sure we will be staying in the Plano area. It looks like there is lots to do. Really appreciate the feedback and detailed info. Looking forward to visiting the area and of course the tournament itself. Thanks!

Happy to help. Will be excited to watch your team compete in the tournament! Do you know much about the other southern california teams that are committed? Is Albion the best team coming from southern california?

I would love to say that we are the best team coming from CA, but who am I to judge. Truth be told, all of the teams I see listed as committed from CA are really quality teams at this age group. It will be refreshing to see how teams at this age do when playing against other teams from different states.

Always fun to see variety. How many days will your team be here for?
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Post by AlbionDad on 2/6/2013, 3:46 pm

4theluvofthegame wrote:
AlbionDad wrote:
4theluvofthegame wrote:
AlbionDad wrote:
4theluvofthegame wrote:
AlbionDad wrote:I'm the manager for the Albion SC team coming to the tournament, and I can tell you that our boys are already very excited to travel to Texas to play against some great competition. I'm hopeful that the tournament will showcase the level of soccer there truly is at this age group.

I know it's still very early and the tournament isn't until June, but for planning purposes do any of you have any recommendations in terms of best places to eat or things to do in the area?

It will depend on what area your team is staying in. If it's in the Frisco/Plano area there are lots and lots of restaurants. As for things to do there is Main Event (video game, bowling, laser tag), Dave and Busters, Pole Position (indoor go karts), Hawaian Falls (waterpark), Frisco Athletic Center (swimming, lazy river and slides), Stonebriar and Willow Bend Mall. The Frisco/Plano area has A LOT of things to do for kids.

I'm pretty sure we will be staying in the Plano area. It looks like there is lots to do. Really appreciate the feedback and detailed info. Looking forward to visiting the area and of course the tournament itself. Thanks!

Happy to help. Will be excited to watch your team compete in the tournament! Do you know much about the other southern california teams that are committed? Is Albion the best team coming from southern california?

I would love to say that we are the best team coming from CA, but who am I to judge. Truth be told, all of the teams I see listed as committed from CA are really quality teams at this age group. It will be refreshing to see how teams at this age do when playing against other teams from different states.

Always fun to see variety. How many days will your team be here for?

We should be in Texas for 4 or 5 days. Not enough time to really visit, but either way we are still definitely looking forward to the opportunity.

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Post by mcgill on 2/6/2013, 7:01 pm


OK... Let me be the first to call BS on the fact that the Wichita Rojos, Nomads, and Albion managers found their way to this forum to discuss the upcoming tournament... I think this is a bunch of locals creating user ID's and posting stuff.. Not buying it... Mad

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Post by omega striker on 2/6/2013, 7:12 pm

mcgill wrote:
OK... Let me be the first to call BS on the fact that the Wichita Rojos, Nomads, and Albion managers found their way to this forum to discuss the upcoming tournament... I think this is a bunch of locals creating user ID's and posting stuff.. Not buying it... Mad
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Post by TheRealSantaClaus on 2/6/2013, 7:31 pm

mcgill wrote:
OK... Let me be the first to call BS on the fact that the Wichita Rojos, Nomads, and Albion managers found their way to this forum to discuss the upcoming tournament... I think this is a bunch of locals creating user ID's and posting stuff.. Not buying it... Mad
How dare you not believe!I will remember this next Christmas...
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Post by mtodd on 2/7/2013, 9:43 pm

mcgill wrote:
OK... Let me be the first to call BS on the fact that the Wichita Rojos, Nomads, and Albion managers found their way to this forum to discuss the upcoming tournament... I think this is a bunch of locals creating user ID's and posting stuff.. Not buying it... Mad
Hate to confirm that 2 people here are from the Wichita Rojos yes we are CSPs (crazy soccer parents) Very Happy

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