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Nickyhorn
Nicky Horn said:

Interesting read - I think if the superstitious act makes a player more confident then use it. Otherwise no I think sport has some luck in it but not superstitions

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jacobdf

Coaches should be guided by their players with regard to any kind of practice of which the efficacy is unknown. Be it voodoo, prayers, superstition etc. What is important is whether or not the players find them useful. The coach should facilitate those things that work for the team whether the coach believes in them or not. They should be seen as just another team activity that has a positive effect on the players' attitude.

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