- May 27, 2016
I think the trend is concerning to say the least.
There are many 3rd party trainers in Newton as well. Clubs are basically operating as glorified equipment managers with less resources going to the teams. Its crazy how we need to look to hire someone outside the club to help develop the players rather than the clubs developing good coaches.
Then we have staff coaches on the payroll coaching the higher level teams, using club resources and barely any of it goes to the majority that supports the clubs.
Anyway, to the PUFC issues, isnt it more to do with an unclear distribution of funds than the relationship with an outside academy? And then that part gives me dejavu as BCT also complained that CCB also mismanaged funds.
I hope it all gets resolved soon.
This is one of the eligation BC Soccer have agaist PUFC even though PUFC have never hired Pro Touch because I did ask them for my Daughter's training and I was told that PUFC doesn't hire any academy to train they have their professional coaches and trainers. As far as funds issue I hope PUFC is true to their word as they said there is not even a one cent difference in funds and they said they have never exchanged funds with Pro Touch ever. This is a very interesting site to get to know about thoughts of our soccer community and my graveyard shift seems very short once I start reading this..