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‘They behave as if their child is the new Messi’

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The best stuurlui staan aan wal. Especially when jeugdvoetbalclubs, which to many parents is the real coach delusions. The result: the child does not know more to whom it should listen. And so, parents may during the training of the junior VC Large-Dilbeek will no longer be on the sideline. ‘A drastic decision, but for everyone the best’, it sounds. Although experts do not wholeheartedly agree. “Football, that is also atmosphere?’

On a platform next to the canteen, 10 to 15 metres of the playing area removed. They were the parents of the youth players of BC Large-Dilbeek last night during the training. And for the rest of …

On a platform next to the canteen, 10 to 15 metres of the playing area removed. They were the parents of the youth players of BC Large-Dilbeek last night during the training. And for the rest of the season they will not be allowed. That decided the jeugdbestuur at the request of the trainers that the shouting, the interference, and the bad behavior of some parents thoroughly tired. “Some dad’s and mom’s think they are the new Messi or Ronaldo have in house. They behave accordingly’,

says Steve Goethaert of BC Large-Dilbeek. “Or they see themselves as the coach and call their child what to do. Total other instructions than those of the trainer, with a lot of confusion as a result.’

Goethaert realizes that the club is a drastic decision. “But the first reactions are already very positive.’

Parents ‘ evenings organise

If they are in Football Vlaanderen, the Flemish branch of the Belgian Football association, not to jump to training behind closed doors at other clubs to promote it. “We have all of the understanding that parents have the task of the trainer should not take over or the field seem to be up. But utterly destroyed them going very far, ” says responsible Benny Mazur. “I wonder if such a decision is a positive atmosphere brings about. Because football, that’s still atmosphere. Therefore, we promote prefer correct behaviour along the field in the place of people under a dome.”

Professor Marc tea tree occurs to him. He acknowledges the problems, but the chairman of the research group on Sport & Society of the vrije universiteit brussel you like to see for the golden mean. Communication and agreement are the key words. My tips? Let parents along the sidelines. But speak clearly what can and can not do. Otherwise, the child is the victim, because it is between two fires. Make parents also clear that the club and the trainer is very good to know what they are doing. Give explanation about the policy. Show them, if necessary, his trainer.

Organize a parents ‘ evenings, as we in our schools.”

But Steve Goethart want to even go a step further. “If the mine closes, the junior league matches without audience played. Because then not only are our own players a scapegoat, but even more so, the referee or the opponent.’

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