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 Should parents or siblings be allowed to be a part of the coaching staff for a team? Does it give any benefits to any one player over another?

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PostSubject: Should parents or siblings be allowed to be a part of the coaching staff for a team? Does it give any benefits to any one player over another?   Sat Oct 25, 2014 1:32 pm

Should parents or siblings be allowed to be a part of the coaching staff for a team? Does it give any benefits to any one player over another?
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PostSubject: Re: Should parents or siblings be allowed to be a part of the coaching staff for a team? Does it give any benefits to any one player over another?   Sat Oct 25, 2014 3:51 pm

I think more often then not the top players parents like to sit on the bench and put there 2 cents in for what's best for their kids but not the team. Let coaches coach it's a hard enough job as it is dealing with kids, having to deal work parents would make it harder in my opinion.
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