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Rich Bland said:

Totally agree that the better the social environment, the more children will learn both in the game and beyond the sport itself. Too often it is forgotten that we are more likely to see our players becoming coaches, parents and citizens (all three in fact) than we are likely to see them reach the pinnacle of the sport. With a 'four corner approach' well publicised, I personally think that the Social and Psychological corners should be significantly larger. Get these right early on and Technical and Physical are more likely to take care of themselves?
Is 'Misbehaving' just another form of communication, conveying fear, anger, self-doubt or worst of all, boredom?
I have seen a coach produce a 'Behaviour Contract' for players, consisting on a blank piece of paper to fill in themselves. Interesting idea which produced very good outcomes.

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