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How To Talk To Your Child's Coach About Playing Time

How To Talk To Your Child's Coach About Playing Time. “i really appreciate all you do for the boys, but…”. Ask respectfully and listen to what your coach has to say.

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If nothing is resolved and you feel you must talk with the coach alone, here are some tips: If that doesn’t resolve an issue, go with your child to talk with the coach, just as a support. The best approach, if your child is under 13, is to calmly ask the coach—after a practice, not a game—if there is a good time to discuss your child’s role on the team.

If nothing is resolved and you feel you must talk with the coach alone, here are some tips:


If possible, you could also encourage your child to speak directly to the coach and ask him what he needs to do in order to get more playing time on this team. If it’s upsetting you, look around, because there. Help your son game plan his conversation with the coach to ask the right questions.

If that doesn’t resolve an issue, go with your child to talk with the coach, just as a support.


Ask respectfully and listen to what your coach has to say. Most importantly everyone should be in for the kids benefits. Our high school athletic teams have overall winning records that cannot be denied.

The best approach for your son or daughter is.


Other than asking your coach for suggestions concerning how you might receive more court time, it is generally best not discuss your plight of lack of playing time with anyone. Most coaches will be happy to talk with you when you. If you are a coach you have likely got one of these messages from a parent.

You’ll never get rich coaching!!!


We are fortunate to have extremely talented athletes, dedicated coaches and involved families. If the coach is clear that he is going to play the best players.period, then it is in the hands of your child to earn that playing time. His feelings may be very different than yours and they deserve your respect.

Discuss any differences between your perspective and the coach’s viewpoint.


There will always be issues with parent’s and playing time. “i really appreciate all you do for the boys, but…”. The first time i heard this “joke” was from the very first athletic.

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