My Dad is a coach, not just a coach but MY coach, People say "bet it's great having your dad as the coach?" In some ways yes .. but most of the time no. So Let me explain..... When you have your family on the sidelines cheering you on, supporting you.. I have too share the support I have from my Dad with all of you. .. infact sometimes what I do is missed.
When I hear comments from People on the sidelines criticising the coach or complaining about his decisions .. well that'
After being made aware of a number of posts on social media, we believe it is a good time to remind everyone about the rule concerning the youngest age that children can play in organised matches. The FA rule on this is really clear, and is contained within the Standard Code Of Rules – Youth (SCORY) Children Under 6 Years Old ‘A child who has not attained the age of six shall not play, and shall not be permitted or encouraged to play, in a match of any kind’ Clubs need to rem
Is it win at all costs or do we need to show a little more RESPECT to the 'person in the middle' and the opposition? Here is a heartfelt plea from a coach of a U9 team which I think everyone in the YEL, who wants the best for the players at whatever age group, can relate to – good coaches, good parents, good players and good administrators ”At the U9 level, we’re seeing a lot of opposing coaches constantly barracking young referees. Coaches need to be reminded that this is a
ENOUGH is ENOUGH
I need your help and support. Over the course of the season I have become more concerned with the declining standard of behaviour from some coaches but in particular parents.
Our RESPECT team is swamped. Not necessarily with more cases to investigate, but a growth in more serious cases. If I tell you that one club has already folded a team due to its behaviour, the club took this strong action as they recognised that the behaviour from this