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Now you have a mediocre Soccer Team and a mediocre Track Team where if you simply allowed the Free Market to balance itself . In response, the Athletic Department bails out the Soccer Coach. (If your argument is that winning shouldn’t be a focus for teenagers then you haven’t spent much time with them because they’ll choose winning over a weekly pizza party ten times out of nine.

Winning doesn’t mean ‘be the Champion or I’ll punch you in the face’.

And if I was my parent, I would have yanked me from that public school and done the same thing. When coaching in that galaxy far, far away I heard a “coach” say: Direct quote. And that, my friends, is the epitome of the problem.

I regularly hear public school coaches cry about ‘recruiting’ and ‘stealing athletes’ and ‘AAU is the devil’, even though badmouthing another school or coach to prevent a kid from going there is the order of the day and just as morally reprehensible as actively recruiting a kid to private school or club team, but I digress… Your athletes are reading articles like this, going to sites like this and investing in their education while some of you stand there and cry about it. And that’s why your athletes are quitting the school team for the Club team.

That’s why your athletes are leaving practice to go right to their personal coach to get real coaching.

That’s why parents of 13-18 year olds are the second biggest group of purchasers of resources on this site .

Public school coaches dismiss any validity of the argument made *for* ‘Club’ sports or why parents/athletes choose the ‘Club’ sport alternative. But I can tell in the first two sentences of a post (or diatribe) who the ‘public school’ coaches are and who the ‘club’ school coaches are. And my personal opinion is no more right than yours.

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That made me start thinking about an idea that seems to be gaining traction. Their inability to see outside the confines of their own insulated world has them grasping tenuously to a losing belief system on how to both develop young athletes, as well as adapt to the many opportunities athletes have in addition to being on the high school team.

These athletic departments don’t realize that their own inability and/or refusal to adapt stands as the source of their own destruction.

To this day my mother still feels guilt that she couldn’t do anything or find anyone to help a talented, hardworking, but directionless kid.

But I know this for a fact: If there was a ‘Latif Thomas’ like coach at the private school one town over to get me into that school to work with that coach.

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