premier league/premier youth league in sydney?

Talk about football in the AFC, CAF, CONCACAF, CONMEBOL and the rest of the World
NEVERGIVINGUP
Senior Member
Posts: 160
Joined: 12 Apr 2008, 11:18

Post by NEVERGIVINGUP » 17 May 2008, 11:02

im not extremely fast uhh, thanks for the warning truesocceroo, i wanna go improve my speed.

im 16 next yr, and im training from now so i can guarantee a spot for a team in the nsw premier youth league. i train everyday




truesoccerrooo do u have email, id like to ask some questions

truesocceroo
Veteran Member
Posts: 333
Joined: 05 Jul 2007, 13:37

Post by truesocceroo » 19 May 2008, 10:17

Normally i dont give my email and all but i know what its like trying out for these teams and its hard id like to help, i made one specially just now, truesocceroo@gmail.com, i might not check it everyday but yeah you can email me and ask me whatever. Its good you turn 16 next year, im unlucky i turn 16 in december so i am usually youngest player at trials its annoying.

NEVERGIVINGUP
Senior Member
Posts: 160
Joined: 12 Apr 2008, 11:18

Post by NEVERGIVINGUP » 19 May 2008, 10:28

uhh :? dont u have msn? :P

or shud i make g mail?

truesocceroo
Veteran Member
Posts: 333
Joined: 05 Jul 2007, 13:37

Post by truesocceroo » 19 May 2008, 11:41

no i do have msn i just made this email for this website specially

NEVERGIVINGUP
Senior Member
Posts: 160
Joined: 12 Apr 2008, 11:18

Post by NEVERGIVINGUP » 22 May 2008, 08:28

:P thats ok, thanks look wat i found

Selection Criteria

Performance at nominated events
Fitness and athletic ability
Technical competence – good range of techniques
“Tactical Nous” – tactical ability in relation to Soccer
Potential to improve
Competitive ability
Individual application in training and competition
Team/Squad orientation – ability to ‘fit in’
Strength
Stamina
Physique

truesocceroo
Veteran Member
Posts: 333
Joined: 05 Jul 2007, 13:37

Post by truesocceroo » 22 May 2008, 10:31

Yeah these are pretty much all the qualities of a good player, but just remember that they dont always see you or pay attention to you if you know what i mean, so i would say consistence is very important, play excellently the whole time they see you, flashes of brilliance are not enough.

NEVERGIVINGUP
Senior Member
Posts: 160
Joined: 12 Apr 2008, 11:18

Post by NEVERGIVINGUP » 26 May 2008, 09:29

ahh how do i convince my mum to take me for the trial, she doesnt like to go far

Had2bHarry
Veteran Member
Posts: 935
Joined: 16 Dec 2007, 06:45

Post by Had2bHarry » 26 May 2008, 09:37

NEVERGIVINGUP wrote:ahh how do i convince my mum to take me for the trial, she doesnt like to go far
Catch the train/bus.
Image
Sig by me

truesocceroo
Veteran Member
Posts: 333
Joined: 05 Jul 2007, 13:37

Post by truesocceroo » 26 May 2008, 11:54

Which team are you trialling for, i dont know much about hurstville area because i live more inner city but im sure there are some close teams. It is true though that sometimes the best team you can get is far away, some people who live near me have to go to bankstown for training which is hard considering how often they have to go and how most parents work till late.

Had2bHarry is right but then it could be hard to catch bus 4 times a week to some park where there is no bus stop within a few km. You really just have to tell her that this is important to you, and that trials will only last for like a month so once it is done she wont have to drive you anywhere, can start thinking about training arrangements when you get in.

NEVERGIVINGUP
Senior Member
Posts: 160
Joined: 12 Apr 2008, 11:18

Post by NEVERGIVINGUP » 26 May 2008, 12:20

thanks truesocceroo, i will defianatley try that, and i dont know wat team im gonna trial for, wud u recommend 1? not to far away.

harry, i dont know how to travel on my own, but i am gonna learn some how :?

Had2bHarry
Veteran Member
Posts: 935
Joined: 16 Dec 2007, 06:45

Post by Had2bHarry » 27 May 2008, 06:02

Its not as hard to take public transport as you think dude.

Its probably different in Sydney, but for me here in Melbourne, all I have to do is buy a ticket, whether its a 2-hour or a full day. Then you can pretty much travel anywhere on buses, trams, and trains within the day or 2 hours. You just have to know the lines where they travel, just look it up.

Also, are you guys sure theres absolutely NO bus stops, trams or trainstations anywhere near your training ground?
Image
Sig by me

truesocceroo
Veteran Member
Posts: 333
Joined: 05 Jul 2007, 13:37

Post by truesocceroo » 27 May 2008, 08:50

Go to footballnsw.com.au and look for what clubs there are. I reccomend you really convince your mum thats really the best way.

NEVERGIVINGUP
Senior Member
Posts: 160
Joined: 12 Apr 2008, 11:18

Post by NEVERGIVINGUP » 29 May 2008, 11:15

i think ill trial for sydney olympic in october they start, how much will it cost. and when u get older like 18 do they pay u?

and any tips at the trial, wat the coaches might like, i realy wud appretiate it, cause i dont know if im good enough, i neva played premeir youth league

ExpertFootballer
Junior Member
Posts: 69
Joined: 29 May 2008, 12:49

Post by ExpertFootballer » 29 May 2008, 13:10

That thought could never be answered if no one knows your skill level here.

NEVERGIVINGUP
Senior Member
Posts: 160
Joined: 12 Apr 2008, 11:18

Post by NEVERGIVINGUP » 30 May 2008, 09:32

omg sydney olympic want $1400, omg are u serious omg

Post Reply