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Noah Foster
Noah Foster

Soccer Rage

Pleasanton RAGE strives to provide the most exceptional all girls soccer experience in the country. RAGE is committed to whole player development with a focus on leadership and community service. Programs are provided for all levels of play from recreational to elite competitive, ages 4 to 18. RAGE is proud to have won two National Championship titles.

Soccer Rage

AYSO is a nationwide non-profit youth recreational soccer organization that operates under the philosophies of Open Registration, Balanced Teams, Everyone Plays, Positive Coaching, and Good Sportsmanship.

Braden River Soccer Club (BRSC) is a 501c(3) non-profit youth soccer organization serving nearly 1,500 boys and girls in Manatee & Sarasota Counties. Located in beautiful Lakewood Ranch/Bradenton, Florida. Our soccer complex sits on 42 acres and boasts some of the nicest fields in all of Florida.

Our club provides a professional training staff with top soccer licensing focusing on both the technical and tactical aspects of the game. Both our Girls & Boys Premier Teams play in the ECNL-R, a top league in the region.

The Reading-American Soccer Club was established in the early 1900s under the name of Germania Soccer Club by a group of German immigrant soccer players and soccer enthusiasts. On April 26, 1926 Germania merged with the Reading Liederkranz (Reading's German-American club), and the Sport Club legally became the Sports Division of the Reading Liederkranz.

Tragically, Archie was diagnosed with cancer and died in 2000. In recognition of Archie's efforts and accomplishments, the United Soccer Leagues has established The Archie Moylan Award to honor a member of the USL family who has exhibited outstanding humanitarian qualities or overcome extraordinary adversity in hopes to give back to the soccer community through their actions and deeds. Past winners include executive Marcie Laumann with the Hampton Roads Piranhas (W-League), player Todd Elkins for the Southern California Seahorses (PDL), and player, coach, and USL staff member, Stuart Bracher. Each of these individuals has exemplified the ability to not only overcome adversity but transform it into an opportunity to effectuate positive change by serving as an inspiration to others. This year's honoree was Betsy McAdams. McAdams died in June of brain cancer. She was an original employee of the Charleston Battery since its inception in 1993 and went on to serve in a number of roles including Director of Operations and Director of Finance & Business Administration. She was named Chief Operating Officer in May 2008. USL renamed the Key Grip Award to the Betsy McAdams award because she defined the behind the scenes employee.

The primary colors of Reading United A.C. are black, gold, and navy blue. The black and gold derive from Reading's civic seal and to the colors of the Germania Liederkranz, one of the area's original soccer clubs. Navy and gold represent the traditional state colors of Pennsylvania.

The logo for Reading United A.C. includes a stylized train that alludes to the famous Reading Railroad, which was one of the first railroads in the United States. The train depiction contains a soccer ball encircled by 11 bolts, symbolizing the 11 players on a soccer field. The shamrocks are a tribute to an Irishman named Paul "Archie" Moylan, the Reading Rage's former team captain, general manager, and coach, who died of cancer in 2000.

"United" is a common soccer appellation used in the British Isles and represents its relationship to the Philadelphia Union. The initials A.C. stand for "Athletic Club", which indicates the team's goal of expanding its business to incorporate other sports and fitness programs.[3]

This list of notable former players comprises players who went on to play professional soccer after playing for the team in the Premier Development League, or those who previously played professionally before joining the team.

I needed a training tool for my sales team. RAGE Customs helped me bring my idea to life. Several sales objections on my soccer ball that my team can throw around and practice overcoming common objection. Very happy with the product!

In 2004, John was called less charitable names. His columns mocking the Fox News Channel on its arrival in Canada attracted the attention of Fox News star Bill O'Reilly, and the channel's viewers wrote in their thousands to John, often abusively. The battle between John and Fox News viewers was the subject of international coverage, including a feature story in The New York Times.

Doyle also writes about soccer for The Globe and Mail and other publications. For the Globe he covered World Cup 2002 in Korea/Japan, Euro 2004 in Portugal, World Cup 2006 in Germany and Euro 2008 in Austria /Switzerland. He has also written extensively about soccer for The Guardian and The New York Times.

His book about soccer, The World is a Ball: The Joy, Madness, and Meaning of Soccer (Doubleday Canada) was a national bestseller in Canada on publication in the summer of 2010 and longlisted for The William Hill Irish Sports Book Of The Year. It has also been published in the U.S., Ireland, the U.K. and Croatia.

Just two days before the first game kicks off, the most controversial soccer World Cup in history managed to bubble up even more outrage by announcing Friday that alcohol will not be sold at any of the eight stadiums in Qatar.

The last-minute change of plan is just the latest controversy associated with the tournament which has been a seemingly bottomless well of outrages since Qatar was announced as the 2022 World Cup host in 2010.

Back in high school, Falk and Dobrzynski were dream student-athletes, primarily in soccer and track and field. Falk was an NSCAA/adidas All-American Team and All-American Scholar Team in 2004. Dobrzynski was the 2005 San Ramon Valley High female scholar-athlete of the year.

For most people, travelling to Florida in the middle of July's heat wave didn't seem like a good idea. However, for a group of elite area soccer players, the trip was worth it since they were able to come home with a national championship.

She observed, "The coaching style is pretty similar with my school team and my club team, which makes sense because they're siblings. There's a different dynamic in club soccer, though, part of it because you're playing against strong teams almost every game."

While the other three players from SCH are still in the process of choosing colleges, Brown committed last January to the University of Binghamton in New York. Brown said that during the recruiting process, Bearcats coach Neel Bhattacharjee told her that, "he liked my soccer IQ, my first touch, and the way I possessed the ball."

The Rage proved they can play with any girls soccer team in the nation last week. They went 5-0 against the best competition in the country, and won the championship in a game that featured very little drama. Maura Day, Emma Levin and Taylor Mays added goals for the Rage in the championship game.

The Rage was coached by Tom DeGeorge, the girls soccer coach at Archbishop Wood, and consists of the top players from the Philadelphia area. The team scored less than a minute into the championship game and continued to pile up the goals. 041b061a72




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