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Post by el chingon on 10/15/2013, 7:13 pm

What do you guys think it's going wrong with the texans these days.not trying to insult anyone just saying it looks like they struggling a bit

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Post by Minilla on 10/15/2013, 7:15 pm

coaching sucks

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Post by el chingon on 10/15/2013, 7:17 pm

Wow!strong comments there bud

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Post by Minilla on 10/15/2013, 7:21 pm

you asked

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Post by el chingon on 10/15/2013, 7:22 pm

I hear you and appreciate your thoughts

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Post by PremierLeagueFan on 10/15/2013, 7:51 pm

The coaching doesn't suck and the Texans are getting beat by teams that have BB's that can push them off the ball. They gave up a monstrous amount of goals and they are not moving the ball well or scoring against weaker opponents.This is a player and team issue and I won't be surprised if some players jump ship.
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Post by Minilla on 10/15/2013, 8:33 pm

Comical. Yes, the Texans are getting pushed off the ball by those huge strong teams like the Liverpools of the ntx soccer world. The coaching sucks and the team is not improving at the same rate as some of the others. The Texans like to win too much and prior to kids jumping ship they will change the coach to appease the demanding Texan parents. Probably not a bad thing because that coach does not make kids better, except for maybe Rooney since surely he had something to do with that.

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Post by PremierLeagueFan on 10/15/2013, 9:28 pm

Oh my...

Why do you think that a coach from Manchester United's Youth academy sucks?

Do you really believe the Texans are not improving at the same rate as others because of the coach?

Do you really think that the Texans will change the coach to appease the demanding parents?

I think that the Texans are a D1 team that is going to have to work harder and smarter to adjust to the strengths of other teams that are emerging in Classic League.





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Post by What on 10/15/2013, 9:51 pm

They are losing because it's a game and it happens.
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Post by Minilla on 10/16/2013, 7:45 am

PremierLeagueFan wrote:Oh my...

Why do you think that a coach from Manchester United's Youth academy sucks? - Doesn't take a genius to figure that out, just watch.
Do you really believe the Texans are not improving at the same rate as others because of the coach? - As a team, yes. As individuals, worse.
Do you really think that the Texans will change the coach to appease the demanding parents? - You haven't been around here long have you....just wait a tad.
I think that the Texans are a D1 team that is going to have to work harder and smarter to adjust to the strengths of other teams that are emerging in Classic League.






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Post by British steel on 10/16/2013, 8:02 am

Minilla wrote:
PremierLeagueFan wrote:Oh my...

Why do you think that a coach from Manchester United's Youth academy sucks? - Doesn't take a genius to figure that out, just watch.
Do you really believe the Texans are not improving at the same rate as others because of the coach? - As a team, yes.  As individuals, worse.
Do you really think that the Texans will change the coach to appease the demanding parents? - You haven't been around here long have you....just wait a tad.
I think that the Texans are a D1 team that is going to have to work harder and smarter to adjust to the strengths of other teams that are emerging in Classic League.





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Post by just4kickz on 10/16/2013, 9:46 am

el chingon wrote:What do you guys think it's going wrong with the texans these days.not trying to insult anyone just saying it looks like they struggling a bit
They're 10-11 yr old kids. It happens to all of teams. Your team, my team all of the teams will go through this. It means nothing.
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Post by PremierLeagueFan on 10/16/2013, 10:27 am

Minilla wrote:
PremierLeagueFan wrote:Oh my...

Why do you think that a coach from Manchester United's Youth academy sucks? - Doesn't take a genius to figure that out, just watch.

PremierLeagueFan wrote:Ad hominem with no actual answer behind it. Ok, I am watching too and what do I see?
Do you really believe the Texans are not improving at the same rate as others because of the coach? - As a team, yes.  As individuals, worse.

PremierLeagueFan wrote:That is a double Ad hominem with no actual answer behind it
Do you really think that the Texans will change the coach to appease the demanding parents? - You haven't been around here long have you....just wait a tad.

PremierLeagueFan wrote:Were you responsible for ousting the Previous Coach...Do you know how that went down?
I would say that "no actual answer" about sums it up!

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Post by Rancho4C on 10/16/2013, 10:29 am

just4kickz wrote:
el chingon wrote:What do you guys think it's going wrong with the texans these days.not trying to insult anyone just saying it looks like they struggling a bit
They're 10-11 yr old kids. It happens to all of teams. Your team, my team all of the teams will go through this. It means nothing.
Touche!

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Post by Fanofson on 10/16/2013, 12:35 pm

I wonder if Nipper taking a more active role in the overall Texans academy program might have something to do with it? Not able to completely focus on one team.

Every organization will have periods of less than desirable results. While my son plays with a different Texans team, we did not base much of our decision on the Texan name. Yes I feel they do many good things in helping players get college help and I feel they do have a strong history but we chose our coach based on who we felt could develop our son the best at this point in his career and the team family dynamic. If he was to go to Evolution, well I guess we could have to get used to wearing green.

Do I believe our coach is perfect? Nope. No one is. But he is just the only competitive coach I have been around in my 10 plus years dealing with DFW soccer that seems to have the right mindset. Does he want to win? Yes I would be worried if he didn't. Does he think we will win World Cup? No he has realistic expectations but still pushes the team to do better than what is expected. I have witnessed him put a player's well-being in front of winning on several occasions. He provides criticism effectively understanding each player is different and has to be treated differently and he is always quick to celebrate successes regardless of how small they may seem.

Point being, I would be concerned about any parent who is so superficial as to choose who they trust their children with based on a club name or their prestige. I pity the parent's who constantly move their kids around based on a team's win loss record and not allowing their child the opportunity to struggle with a team and be a part of the solution.

Yes just as with any team, that particular team may be "struggling" but I believe they will return to their lofty expectations and when they do each of the players who are a part that event will be better young men because of it. If I am wrong and they don't. Those boys are stilll better off for at least trying. There is not a good lesson to be won for the boy whos parent feels the solution is to desert the team and look for greener grass. Those boys may acquire more metals over their careers but they will never be "winners"
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Post by giampiero boniperti on 10/16/2013, 12:50 pm

haha who cares stay with your loser team and watch while the winners and winners' parents take them to better teams with better players...who cares about the coach or the development

what you say is great and all, alot of poeple on the boards say the same thing but 95% of parents don't think that way, if they say they do they are usually lying

parents want to win, if your team doesn't win games, players will leave, very few really care about development because it is a 5+ year project and they aren't gonna hang around for that...no matter if the coach has the so-called "right mindset"...whatever that is

I'd be concerned with any parent who says that they are all about the development of thier bb wins don't matter right now....blah, blah, blah...it is BS

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Post by odie1993 on 10/16/2013, 1:46 pm

4 wins, 2 losses and 1 tie means they are having a bad year?

I would be more concerned with the 6 teams that have a -20 or more goal differential and what this season will do to their teams then the Texans team which will be completely different next year when pre-academy starts full time for the players.
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Post by bunited on 10/16/2013, 1:58 pm

I don't usually stick my nose in 03, but I just want to say one thing in defense of Nipper.

Many of us (and I include myself in this) delight in bashing the Texans "win or die" attitude, but here is a guy whose sole love in life is to actually develop players by (gasp) playing them and allowing them to make mistakes, not screaming like a maniac and becoming incontinent over every goal scored. Give the guy his props. He signs players and he plays them. He loves the game and the development more than the win. Isnt this what we keep clamoring for?

I just find this all so sad. That people will leave because they're not grand champion is sad. If Texans keep him on, I would be wholly impressed and pleased, because it would mean the tide is changing to reflect an onus on the actual player instead of the team and its record.

You have another 3 years before Jr maxes out in many aspects of his development. Better make sure those are years well spent.
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Post by DamageInc on 10/16/2013, 2:03 pm

Wow.
Ha ha, loser team, who cares.
What you say is great, but 95% don't think that way, or they are liars.
Coach doesn't matter, blah blah blah BS.

Please put me in the 5%.
Coach is main reason my son is on his team.
Winning is great, happens often.
I guess you should be concerned that I am not taking my son from team to team chasing wins.

Stay Classy Boniperti.

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Post by giampiero boniperti on 10/16/2013, 2:26 pm

Twisted Evil 

super serial

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Post by Number13 on 10/16/2013, 2:44 pm

I believe at one point in early 2013 somebody said that U11 is just an arbitrary line drawn in the sand at which parents who have been pretending to be sane now feel that it's ok to publicly lose their f-ing minds.

And I used to think that guy was a dumbass.
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Post by Rancho4C on 10/16/2013, 2:58 pm

Every couple of months or so a "Texans bashing" session happens on this forum. What's up with the need for the negativity? scratch
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Post by chucky2 on 10/16/2013, 4:34 pm

Minilla wrote:Comical.  Yes, the Texans are getting pushed off the ball by those huge strong teams like the Liverpools of the ntx soccer world.  The coaching sucks and the team is not improving at the same rate as some of the others.  The Texans like to win too much and prior to kids jumping ship they will change the coach to appease the demanding Texan parents.  Probably not a bad thing because that coach does not make kids better, except for maybe Rooney since surely he had something to do with that.

Wow how do you find the time to see every game.  You seem to know everything going on with every team.
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Post by cowpukesfan on 10/16/2013, 4:49 pm

[quote="Number13"]I believe at one point in early 2013 somebody said that U11 is just an arbitrary line drawn in the sand at which parents who have been pretending to be sane now feel that it's ok to publicly lose their f-ing minds.

And I used to think that guy was a dumbass.  [/quote]

LMBO!!!!

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Post by DarkHorse on 10/16/2013, 7:16 pm

Fanofson wrote:I wonder if Nipper taking a more active role in the overall Texans academy program might have something to do with it? Not able to completely focus on one team.

Every organization will have periods of less than desirable results. While my son plays with a different Texans team, we did not base much of our decision on the Texan name. Yes I feel they do many good things in helping players get college help and I feel they do have a strong history but we chose our coach based on who we felt could develop our son the best at this point in his career and the team family dynamic. If he was to go to Evolution, well I guess we could have to get used to wearing green.

Do I believe our coach is perfect? Nope. No one is. But he is just the only competitive coach I have been around in my 10 plus years dealing with DFW soccer that seems to have the right mindset. Does he want to win? Yes I would be worried if he didn't.  Does he think we will win World Cup? No he has realistic expectations but still pushes the team to do better than what is expected. I have witnessed him put a player's well-being in front of winning on several occasions. He provides criticism effectively understanding each player is different and has to be treated differently and he is always quick to celebrate successes regardless of how small they may seem.

Point being, I would be concerned about any parent who is so superficial as to choose who they trust their children with based on a club name or their prestige. I pity the parent's who constantly move their kids around based on a team's win loss record and not allowing their child the opportunity to struggle with a team and be a part of the solution.

Yes just as with any team, that particular team may be "struggling" but I believe they will return to their lofty expectations and when they do each of the players who are a part that event will be better young men because of it. If I am wrong and they don't. Those boys are stilll better off for at least trying. There is not a good lesson to be won for the boy whos parent feels the solution is to desert the team and look for greener grass. Those boys may acquire more metals over their careers but they will never be "winners"
Who is Evolution? Green is my favorite color!

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