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Are there crazy soccer parents in youth soccer?

Are there crazy soccer parents in youth soccer?

Unfortunately, because of the Crazy Soccer Parents, coaches have gone as far as to adopt policies of not talking to parents, of shutting parents out and not engaging. Crazy Soccer Parents need to be pushed to the side and treated as outcasts. We must make them powerless.

Is it true that youth soccer is not working?

Youth soccer is not working and it’s time to start to find solutions and fix the problems!

What happens when parents stop using soccer as an excuse?

Once the the door is opened, they gain perspective, usually calm down and, most importantly, their child benefits. IMAGINE WHAT AMAZING PROGRESS WILL HAPPEN FOR THE GAME WHEN COACHES AND PARENTS STOP USING THE CRAZY SOCCER PARENT AS AN EXCUSE FOR NOT ENGAGING WITH EACH OTHER?

How does a parent feel about a soccer coach?

From a parent’s perspective, the coach holds all the power. If a parent is stressed about something that is going on with their child, they too often do not feel as though the door is opened to them to seek council and advice from the coach for fear of it having repercussions on their child when it comes to playing time or making the team.

Can a ID camp help a soccer player?

JA: If the school is a good academic and soccer fit for the player, then ID camps can help you get seen and potentially recruited by the coaches. All too often I see players attend ID camps at schools that aren’t good fits and this can be a waste.

Youth soccer is not working and it’s time to start to find solutions and fix the problems!

Unfortunately, because of the Crazy Soccer Parents, coaches have gone as far as to adopt policies of not talking to parents, of shutting parents out and not engaging. Crazy Soccer Parents need to be pushed to the side and treated as outcasts. We must make them powerless.

When do you start playing soccer for college?

Most players commit sometime in their 10th-12th grade years. I would suggest players start taking some action in the 8th grade by attending a college camp, going to some games, or visiting a college campus, if you happen to be in the area.