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Any one going down to NJIT Tonight? It will be a good chance to see Kassel, Saint Cyr and the goalie Parkinson.

from newyorkredbullls.com:
The New York Red Bulls u23 team will open up the NPSL season at home on Saturday at home to New York Athletic Club at Lubetkin Field, NJIT – 6pm Kick off. Admission is free.

“We are very excited to enter the NPSL, which is one of the top men’s amateur leagues in the country. It gives the Red Bulls a chance to keep the top homegrown players through their college careers,” said Academy Director Bob Montgomery. “It gives the U23s the chance to shine in front of Red Bulls First Team staff who will be attending games through the season. We have also scheduled friendly games between the U23s and the First Team during the summer.”

The team’s roster will include the core players from the 2009 Super-20 League National Championship team that defeated Chivas USA 7-0 in the final.

Notable players on the roster include goalkeeper Sheldon Parkinson (Mercer County College), defender Connor Lade (St Johns), midfielder Matt Kassell (Maryland), midfielder Widner Saint Cyr (Maryland), and forward John Tardy (St. Johns).

The league has 32 teams from around the country competing in four conferences. The New York Red Bulls will join the Atlantic Division of the Northeast Conference. The Boston Tea Men, Brooklyn Italians, Long Island Academy, Morris County Colonials, New York Athletic Club, and New Hampshire Mountaineers comprise the remainder of the Atlantic Division. The Red Bulls will play home and away fixtures with each divisional team for a total of 12 regular season games. Division champions will compete in Conference Championship on July 17 or 18, with the winner advancing the National Finals from July 29–31.

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is this like the PDL?

also, parkinson went to Mercer CC, did he ever end up transferring or is he just trying to make it as a pro?

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is this like the PDL?

Yes, it's a way to keep our college age academy products fit in the summer and indoctrinated for Red Bull.

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where do they play?

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where do they play?

See below (aka above)

Any one going down to NJIT Tonight? It will be a good chance to see Kassel, Saint Cyr and the goalie Parkinson.

from newyorkredbullls.com:
The New York Red Bulls u23 team will open up the NPSL season at home on Saturday at home to New York Athletic Club at Lubetkin Field, NJIT – 6pm Kick off. Admission is free.

“We are very excited to enter the NPSL, which is one of the top men’s amateur leagues in the country. It gives the Red Bulls a chance to keep the top homegrown players through their college careers,” said Academy Director Bob Montgomery. “It gives the U23s the chance to shine in front of Red Bulls First Team staff who will be attending games through the season. We have also scheduled friendly games between the U23s and the First Team during the summer.”

The team’s roster will include the core players from the 2009 Super-20 League National Championship team that defeated Chivas USA 7-0 in the final.

Notable players on the roster include goalkeeper Sheldon Parkinson (Mercer County College), defender Connor Lade (St Johns), midfielder Matt Kassell (Maryland), midfielder Widner Saint Cyr (Maryland), and forward John Tardy (St. Johns).

The league has 32 teams from around the country competing in four conferences. The New York Red Bulls will join the Atlantic Division of the Northeast Conference. The Boston Tea Men, Brooklyn Italians, Long Island Academy, Morris County Colonials, New York Athletic Club, and New Hampshire Mountaineers comprise the remainder of the Atlantic Division. The Red Bulls will play home and away fixtures with each divisional team for a total of 12 regular season games. Division champions will compete in Conference Championship on July 17 or 18, with the winner advancing the National Finals from July 29–31.



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Does anyone know the result?

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Does anyone know the result?

Baby Bulls won 1-0.

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So looks like the NPSL team has played 3 games and won all of them. Schedule: http://npsl.info/tea...27678/TEAM.html

1-0 vs NY Athletic Club, 2-0 vs LI Academy, 3-0 vs NH Mountaineers.

There is a writeup for the last match: http://npsl.info/home/437377.html

The Red Bulls goals were scored by three different players, as Matt Bouraee found the back of the net in the 32nd minute, followed John Tardy in the 48th minute and Kadeem Dacres in the 86th minute. Mario Rios assisted on each of the first two goals, while Sacir Hot set up the final tally.


Sheldon Parkinson has yet to let in a goal, while Anthony Vasquez and Sacir Hot (defenders) were singled out for praise by coach Rob Elliott.

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So looks like the NPSL team has played 3 games and won all of them. Schedule: http://npsl.info/tea...27678/TEAM.html

1-0 vs NY Athletic Club, 2-0 vs LI Academy, 3-0 vs NH Mountaineers.

There is a writeup for the last match: http://npsl.info/home/437377.html



Sheldon Parkinson has yet to let in a goal, while Anthony Vasquez and Sacir Hot (defenders) were singled out for praise by coach Rob Elliott.

I have been talking about those 3 players for like 2 years I want to see them on the big club soon Anthony Vasquaz 6'2 185 and Sacir Hot 6'1 185 are to very good young CB and Sheldon Parkinson 6'4 196 should be our next goalie.......... Sacir Hot is also a U.S. under 18

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I wonder what rights we have to these players? Are they in college? If so, don't they go through the draft?

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I wonder what rights we have to these players? Are they in college? If so, don't they go through the draft?


NPSL is an amateur league so college players don't lose NCAA eligibility.. RBNY is using this team for former Academy players that are in college.

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NPSL is an amateur league so college players don't lose NCAA eligibility.. RBNY is using this team for former Academy players that are in college.

So all of these guys will enter through the SuperDraft if they decide to join MLS?

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So all of these guys will enter through the SuperDraft if they decide to join MLS?

No. The ones who've been in the RB academy for 2+ years starting from before they entered college are eligible to be signed directly by the team, provided one of our current signees (Agudelo and Chirgadze) graduates to the full roster.

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No. The ones who've been in the RB academy for 2+ years starting from before they entered college are eligible to be signed directly by the team, provided one of our current signees (Agudelo and Chirgadze) graduates to the full roster.

Sorry to keep asking questions, but is there anyone on this U23 team who fulfills our Academy qualification? Sacir Hot for example? Is there somewhere to look up when they joined our academy?

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No. The ones who've been in the RB academy for 2+ years starting from before they entered college are eligible to be signed directly by the team, provided one of our current signees (Agudelo and Chirgadze) graduates to the full roster.


Does anyone believe Chirgadze is going to be on the roster after this year? He's been injury plagued, was never highly acclaimed (unlike Agudelo), and you never any of the staff mention him.

On the other hand, Backe has praised Agudelo several times and keeps saying he has a very bright future ahead.

"Obviously, I want to make a living (in soccer), to say the least," he said. "There's so much you can accomplish in the soccer world, and right now I'm focused on having a good season with the Red Bulls. Ultimately, our goal is to win the MLS Cup, and I see no reason why we can't." - #4 Tyler Adams





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