I was going to write a long drawn out, cynical post but decided to go another direction and just ask a question to gather opinions and comments. If a not for profit organization has 1000 kids for example and sorts out the: Members, Coaches, Equipment and Fields however realizes that a QUALITY service should only operate with 600 kids, shouldn't they adjust their structure so that's the case? Otherwise the organization becomes watered down and fails to follow what development over seas in Europe has been inputting for decades. A real life example would be KNOWING you shouldn't never have well-meaning parents or volunteers be the coaches of youth wanting to learn technical skill in order to develop. Full well knowing a variety of quality equipment helps the sessions, moral and vibe of the environment. KNOWING U13 and above need a half a field to train, knowing youth need to train more than twice a week and more than just 60 minutes. Knowing they need pre-season, in-season, and off-season styles of training and SAQ training. Knowing you need to send your coaches to courses, offer feedback and most importantly follow up with them. But when you water down your product so much your mandate is worthless. How comes no one says anything? Everyone sits idle, behind their computers and complains! We need to make the clubs accountable, but how? We need larger budgets to run these programs in order to hire full time pro coaches, get better equipment and use other resources like futsal, but how do we collect this extra revenue? Comments? Opinions? Concerns? How do the communities fix this "problem" that has been around for over 30 years and seems to be not slowing down.