“Why isn’t my kid the quarterback?” is a common question youth football coaches need to answer every year. The reason this inquiry is a pain is it is always asked by a parent who is going to be a problem the entire year. Some nut, who likes to hear his, or her. own voice and is destined to be a problem for the full year, is always the same jerk bringing up these ridiculous questions. The character of these individuals prove that have live lousy lives and their only purpose in life is to demolish everyone else’s life as well.

No sane individual is going to concern themselves if their 7 year-old is the signal caller. This individual is pronouncing to all who will listen, their only concern is for their situation and themselves, screw everyone else because it’s all about me. You have all seen the kind of person I am describing, who live by the motto “What’s mine is mine and what’s yours is mine”.

Do not let these bottom feeders even begin to spread their  ทางเข้า ufabet poison. Conduct your parent meeting early so you can explain the rules and expectations. Explain your rules and expectations, while introducing your zero tolerance policy. Make certain every parent understands when the best time, and the best way, they can come to you with any inquiries or concerns. Never give psycho parents a situation where they have an audience. Often these people simply desire to harass the coach, or want to display their “power” of who they are. Corner these people’s attitude quickly, by forbidding them from practice. then games and finally bench their children. Yes, you heard it right, punish their kid. This is, of course, an drastic and last action and needs approval by the top dogs of your league, but this action is successful 100% of the time.

Most parents have an unrealistic, totally slanted view of the child’s skills and they cannot deal with reality. Some parents may question you and you should respond to them in a respectful way, but here is no need to repeat your answers. Inform your conference superiors on any and all situations from the beginning, building a history and no shocks when, and if, this becomes trouble.

In closing, beware of the parent’s who from the beginning starts inquiring everything you do. A big red flag is the parents who starts questioning the player positions.