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St Mirren Junior Trials


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http://www.saintmirr.../pages/?p=27189

 

My wee yin would fancy this but i don't know if she would be permitted.

 

The link isnae too clear although it does mention " son ".

 

Anybody know ?

 

Thanks !


Edited by shull, 07 October 2013 - 23:29.

40 Part Time Clubs and

Scottish Football will live happily ever after.


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YOU ARE HERE: HOME / NEWS / COMMUNITY NEWS / ST MIRREN JUNIOR ACADEMY OPEN TRIALS (2005 TO 2008)
St Mirren Junior Academy Open Trials (2005 to 2008)
OCTOBER 7, 2013 BY ADMIN

St-Mirren-Junior-Academy-%E2%80%93-Open-St Mirren Football Club’s Junior Academy will be holding an open trial for players born in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 (including goalkeepers) on Sunday 27th October.

Players interested in trying out for their local professional football club can come along to the club’s exclusive indoor astroturf venue at the St Mirren Airdome.  The hour long sessions will consist of small sided games for young players to show off their skills.

The Junior Academy links the Community Department to the Youth Department at St Mirren Football Club, creating a pathway for young players to Pro Youth Football.

Players born in 2005 and 2006 – 11:00am-12:00pm – registration at 10:45am at the Community Office (situated in the North Stand adjacent to the St Mirren Airdome)

Players born in 2007 and 2008 – 12:00pm-1:00pm – registration at 11:45am at the Community Office (situated in the North Stand adjacent to the St Mirren Airdome)

If your son is interested in attending, please send his name, year of birth and a contact number to [email protected]

 


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http://www.saintmirr.../pages/?p=27189

 

My wee yin would fancy this but i don't know if she would be permitted.

 

The link is too clear although it does mention " son ".

 

Anybody know ?

 

Thanks !

If they say no maybe you could get them for sexism.  Zurich Allan might know.  Or you could ask Oaksoft kindly to camp outside St. Mirren Park as a protest that a wee girl was being "victimised" or "repressed".



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I forgot to say good luck with it anyway.  If she wishes to attend she should be allowed.  End of.  Job done.



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Should be mixed up till around age 11 but SMFC youth teams seem to have a win at all costs attitude to the kids football.


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Should be mixed up till around age 11 but SMFC youth teams seem to have a win at all costs attitude to the kids football.

 

Main problem with Scottish football imo. Kevin Bridges actually hit the nail on the head when he talked about the mental manager standing at the side screaming abuse at the weans.

 

Should be all about technique, fun and learning to control the ball at that age. This "win at all costs" attitude breeds bad behaviours.


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Surprise, M*therf*cker.

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Main problem with Scottish football imo. Kevin Bridges actually hit the nail on the head when he talked about the mental manager standing at the side screaming abuse at the weans.

Should be all about technique, fun and learning to control the ball at that age. This "win at all costs" attitude breeds bad behaviours.



Totally disagree,worse thing that's ever been done in 7 a side non competitive football that the kids now play. It's an utter nonsense,get back to 11 a side knocking f**k out each other and breed winners.
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Totally disagree,worse thing that's ever been done in 7 a side non competitive football that the kids now play. It's an utter nonsense,get back to 11 a side knocking f**k out each other and breed winners.

Just like Junior Football.
Cabey will agree with you.
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40 Part Time Clubs and

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Should be mixed up till around age 11 but SMFC youth teams seem to have a win at all costs attitude to the kids football.

 

 

Main problem with Scottish football imo. Kevin Bridges actually hit the nail on the head when he talked about the mental manager standing at the side screaming abuse at the weans.

 

Should be all about technique, fun and learning to control the ball at that age. This "win at all costs" attitude breeds bad behaviours.

 

Yip!  There's far too much emphasis on winning instead of enjoying sport and the health benefits it can bring.

 

We need more guys like Stuart Dickson with experience of getting the best out of kids and making the kids enjoy their sport first and foremost.  No wonder there are so many professional sportsmen/women who can't be gracious in defeat.  I mean, they can't all suffer from the classic "single child syndrome" now can they?



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Totally disagree,worse thing that's ever been done in 7 a side non competitive football that the kids now play. It's an utter nonsense,get back to 11 a side knocking f**k out each other and breed winners.

arse wipe


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Yip!  There's far too much emphasis on winning instead of enjoyin guys like Stuart Dickson with experience of getting the best out of kids and making the kids enjoy their sport first and foremost.  No wonder there are so many professional sportsmen/women who can't be gracious in defeat.  I mean, they can't all suffer from the classic "single child syndrome" now can they?

are you Stuart Dickson?  


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the best wee team in paisley.


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Should be mixed up till around age 11 but SMFC youth teams seem to have a win at all costs attitude to the kids football.

 

Not in my experience they don't. Quite the opposite in fact.


Better Together!


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Should be all about technique, fun and learning to control the ball at that age.

 

It is as far as St. Mirren yout development teams are concerned.

 

In my experience they didn't really care if they won. It was all about finding players, developing players, trying them in different positions and making sure everyone got equal game time.

 

And also seeing which opposition players they could spot...


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are you Stuart Dickson?  

I think I can confidently say that Stuart D would reply with "Maximillion wishes he was Stuart Dickson tongue.png!"

 

No seriously though, before I joined in here and also recently, I've read some great comments about youth football from the likes of Stuart D and another guy whose name escapes me at the minute - was it Brian or something?  Anyway, the things that got posted suggested those guys cared about potential sportsmen/women of the future and getting them to enjoy their sport no matter what it is and play not just to get better but to appreciate their talent and how much of a positive effect it can have on their wellbeing.



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Totally disagree,worse thing that's ever been done in 7 a side non competitive football that the kids now play. It's an utter nonsense,get back to 11 a side knocking f**k out each other and breed winners.


You want 5 to 8 year old kids playing 11 a side football ? No wonder football in this country is in the current state that it's in, if people have your attitude.
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arse wipe


Great thanks for you're intelligent input wee man.
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You want 5 to 8 year old kids playing 11 a side football ? No wonder football in this country is in the current state that it's in, if people have your attitude.



Yes I do,games that mean something too. Competitive leagues and cups I want to see tough challenges and players with fight.

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Just like Junior Football.
Cabey will agree with you.



He's a wee cock

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Yes I do,games that mean something too. Competitive leagues and cups I want to see tough challenges and players with fight.

 

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We need more guys like Stuart Dickson with experience of getting the best out of kids and making the kids enjoy their sport first and foremost

 

 

Oh FFS this is brilliant.  lol.gif lol.gif lol.gif


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