You are absolutely right. The needs of the non-competetives will always take precedence over the competetives when you are under one roof. what has occured is you have emsafied your competetives-i think you know what i mean there. With the hous making up 90% of the group of course you will have the program designed for the lowest common denominator-i dont denigrate house but dont make competetive decisions with house league people in charge.
I honestly believe that the current state of the Alberta Soccer Association is the single most important issue facing soccer in Canada today.
All the arm-chair pundits and talking-heads can prattle on about player development, coaching education, lack of facilities and the need for a viable national vision for our sport, but until soccer can be properly, professionally and ethically governed, we won't be going anywhere. What is happening with the ASA speaks to a wider, country-wide