tornado tigers are unfair

tornado tigers are unfair

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tiger

Hyattsville, MD

#1 Sep 19, 2011
They are all terrible coaches.
Disagree

Herndon, VA

#2 Sep 19, 2011
I think they are great coaches and my son loves playing for them.
tiger

Saint Albans, WV

#3 Sep 19, 2011
Disagree wrote:
I think they are great coaches and my son loves playing for them.
Every year for the last three years my son has played for a different coach and he never gets to play. He shows up to every practice. They tell him he will play and the throw him in for the very last play. It's funny how all of the coaches sons get to play the whole game.
truth

Lancaster, OH

#4 Sep 19, 2011
tiger wrote:
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Every year for the last three years my son has played for a different coach and he never gets to play. He shows up to every practice. They tell him he will play and the throw him in for the very last play. It's funny how all of the coaches sons get to play the whole game.
Tell your son to get better !
tiger

Saint Albans, WV

#5 Sep 19, 2011
truth wrote:
<quoted text>Tell your son to get better !
He's 7. He's just as good as the rest of the kids.
2DaHouse

Charleston, WV

#6 Sep 19, 2011
My son can't spell with shit, however, he cried when he wasn't selected to represent his school in the spelling bee. I told him to practice more or he would be in the same situation next year.

Coaches want to win, players want to win and so do the parents and that is why coaches play the better players. That's part of sports from the age of 7 until he or she graduates. That's something for a young parent comprehend. Use his lack of playing time as a motivator, even if you think he is slighted by his coaches don't let your child know that, use the scenario to push him harder to improve his skills an drive.
tiger

Saint Albans, WV

#7 Sep 19, 2011
2DaHouse wrote:
My son can't spell with shit, however, he cried when he wasn't selected to represent his school in the spelling bee. I told him to practice more or he would be in the same situation next year.

Coaches want to win, players want to win and so do the parents and that is why coaches play the better players. That's part of sports from the age of 7 until he or she graduates. That's something for a young parent comprehend. Use his lack of playing time as a motivator, even if you think he is slighted by his coaches don't let your child know that, use the scenario to push him harder to improve his skills an drive.
The coaches should be teaching all of the kids skills. They stopped running drills after the first week of practice. It would be one thing if my son was bad, but he's not. He plays his butt off and he even got a starting spot, buy he took the spot of one another kid and his dad was friends with the coaches and he complained. Most of the coaches have never even played football themselves.
It Doesnt Matter

Dunlow, WV

#8 Sep 19, 2011
tiger wrote:
They are all terrible coaches.
To whom ever this is, it's pretty sad that you have to put that your from Ohio!! REALLY!!! If the coaches are so bad and your still bringing your kid, leave and dont come back!!!
It Doesnt Matter

Dunlow, WV

#9 Sep 19, 2011
tiger wrote:
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He's 7. He's just as good as the rest of the kids.
If hes just as good as the other kids, why isn't he playing??
tiger

Saint Albans, WV

#10 Sep 19, 2011
It Doesnt Matter wrote:
<quoted text>If hes just as good as the other kids, why isn't he playing??
Because as soon as he became a starter, the other kid's parent complained. They told my son that he was the starter and he was going to be playing.
Bill_Currey

Charleston, WV

#11 Sep 20, 2011
Don't worry, we at Coal River Group will step in and fix things. We know more than anyone else and we know how to fix everything that's wrong in the whole world.
tamtam

New York, NY

#12 Sep 20, 2011
tiger wrote:
<quoted text>Because as soon as he became a starter, the other kid's parent complained. They told my son that he was the starter and he was going to be playing.
Omg, I just put 2 and 2 together, I know who your child is. With all do respect he's no where near a starter and neither is my son, who is also on the team.
dragons

New York, NY

#13 Sep 20, 2011
Bring your kids to play for the lil dragons
Anonymous

United States

#14 Sep 21, 2011
Ur son isn't a starter anymore bcause he's not ready!!! He was given a chance and he's not ready to have the ball in his hand every play he's scared of some of our own kids and terrified of the other teams players...u have no idea wat these kids say 2 the coaches on the field much less the look on their faces in the game when they have a kid in front of them that is jus more aggressive than they are... I wish he was ready but he's not... work with him like my son did from the last day of football last year until now and see wat happens...by the way the kid that took ur sons position doesn't even like it there but he's the BEST one for the job so he's doing it for his TEAM
tiger

Hyattsville, MD

#15 Sep 21, 2011
JrR76 wrote:
Ur son isn't a starter anymore bcause he's not ready!!! He was given a chance and he's not ready to have the ball in his hand every play he's scared of some of our own kids and terrified of the other teams players...u have no idea wat these kids say 2 the coaches on the field much less the look on their faces in the game when they have a kid in front of them that is jus more aggressive than they are... I wish he was ready but he's not... work with him like my son did from the last day of football last year until now and see wat happens...by the way the kid that took ur sons position doesn't even like it there but he's the BEST one for the job so he's doing it for his TEAM
My son is the best defensive lineman on the team. He's in the backfield every play. I don't need to work with my son, I need to take him to a better place to play.
Anonymous

Saint Albans, WV

#16 Sep 21, 2011
tiger wrote:
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My son is the best defensive lineman on the team. He's in the backfield every play. I don't need to work with my son, I need to take him to a better place to play.
we have NO 7yr old that is n the backfield every play and if that was the case I would ask the coaches why he wasn't playing bcause that would make him head and shoulders above everyone else... instead ur on some forum hiding behind a screen name and your child will suffer bcause u won't address the problem and see y this superstar is on the bench...
tiger

Saint Albans, WV

#17 Sep 21, 2011
JrR76 wrote:
<quoted text>we have NO 7yr old that is n the backfield every play and if that was the case I would ask the coaches why he wasn't playing bcause that would make him head and shoulders above everyone else... instead ur on some forum hiding behind a screen name and your child will suffer bcause u won't address the problem and see y this superstar is on the bench...
Sorry he's 9
WVUfan

Nitro, WV

#18 Sep 21, 2011
Here's the thing, coaches kids play more because they ARE coaches and is stands to reason that if they are volunteering their free time to coach a team they work a lot with their own children at home. Do you or another adult practice with your child on a regular basis? Practice, practice, practice. That's what makes a player good and keeps them in a starting position. My husband is a coach (we don't do football) and he is always working with our kids. That is why our kids are starters and all-stars, not simply because their dad is coach. I get so sick of parents saying "well, the coaches kids....". My kids are tops because they work for it and my husband takes the time to work with them. Until the rest of you can say the same...don't even go there. Off my soap box now.
It Doesnt Matter

Charleston, WV

#19 Sep 21, 2011
WVUfan wrote:
Here's the thing, coaches kids play more because they ARE coaches and is stands to reason that if they are volunteering their free time to coach a team they work a lot with their own children at home. Do you or another adult practice with your child on a regular basis? Practice, practice, practice. That's what makes a player good and keeps them in a starting position. My husband is a coach (we don't do football) and he is always working with our kids. That is why our kids are starters and all-stars, not simply because their dad is coach. I get so sick of parents saying "well, the coaches kids....". My kids are tops because they work for it and my husband takes the time to work with them. Until the rest of you can say the same...don't even go there. Off my soap box now.
I agree with you WVUfan!!! I couldn't of said it better!!!!
Anonymous

United States

#20 Sep 22, 2011
tiger wrote:
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Sorry he's 9
Lol...

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