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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Soccer_dude, Jan 14, 2017.
Most tables are up, but no scores. Guessing that's a work in progress? But got to start somewhere.
So they have manually added point totals for teams in a division?
That's what it looks like doesn't?
What it looks like to me, seeing other districts/leagues figuring it out, is that District 4 does not feel this is important.
Unacceptable this day and age really to not communicate in any manner that may be considered effective.
People in District 4 should put "pressure" on those in charge to pull the proverbial finger out - volunteers or not.
Yep, totally agree.
I know everyone wants scores etc, but imagine how much less pressure there is for these kids/coaches going into games. Every game is approached in a similar fashion. You dont know if you are playing 1st or last.
Not ideal for most, but also would be interesting to survey the players/coaches and see how it affected them this year.
Fair enough. But we atleast want to keep it competitive & know what we're playing for while also keeping the development of the team / player as priority.
The England academy system doesn't publish league standings (referring to the professional academies) until u18.
I know the standings impact me as a coach - my prep, line-up, tactics etc...it shouldn't but it does. Not saying it's a negative impact or a positive impact - but it does impact.
yes, I agree with you.
Where can I find standings for 4 District?