I coach a girls youth soccer team. When our season was winding down, I asked my girls if they wanted to enter the Iowa Games. Come to find out another coach from my town already asked the two best players on my team. I happened to talk with a different coach after practice tonight and it happened to him too. It seems this guy is wanting to enter an "all-star" team so he is cherry-picking the good players from other team without even consulting their coaches. Is winning that important that he can't even say, "hey, I was going to invite player x to join my team" and at least see if I was thinking about entering my team. I realize he doesn't need my permission. But wouldn't that just be proper etiquette to ask? I am going to enter a team regardless and it really is about skill development and fun, regardless of how we do. But are we at that point when we have to go behind other coaches backs to assemble dream teams to win 10 year old division at the Iowa Games? I need a ruling from the peanut gallery... Is this ****** move outta' him or am I being overly sensitive?