Tuesday, September 6, 2011
"They Are Not Your Players. You Are Their Coach."
Abrams acknowledges that those days are long gone in most metropolitan areas. Adult supervision is here to stay. But he urges youth coaches and leagues to consider implementing the best of both worlds - allow the kids to experience the fun of creating, managing and playing their own games while doing so in a safe environment with adult supervision and expert instruction.
Here are the articles. They are a good read.
Who Owns Youth Sports? (Part 1)
Who Owns Youth Sports? (Part 2)
Who Owns Youth Sports? (Part 3)