Code of Conduct
It is vital that all players, parents and coaches follow a code of conduct that allows the Academy to run in a smooth manner and establishes a set of rules which everyone is aware of and adheres to. This is in place so everyone knows what is expected of them:
– Must come to training in full uniform (this includes shin pads and the correct footwear).
– Must come with a drink.
– Be on time, even try to come early to get extra practice time.
– Must come prepared for the session, fully focused and ready to learn.
– Must aim to give 100% effort, 100% of the time at training & matches.
– Must try their best to improve themselves and fellow players around them.
– Promote encouragement to fellow players, help one another.
– Represent MSFC in a positive manner, showing other players & clubs just how good we are.
– Always play by the rules, play hard, but play fair Off the field.
– Try to practice skills outside of training with the Academy (the more time spent with a ball, the better the player will get).
– Try to watch football, either live, on tv, or social media clips (on YouTube).
– Put all emphasis on the players to be prepared for training themselves. Let them know they are in charge of their equipment, drink etc (we want them to become responsible).
– Ensure the players arrive on time for practice. I will start on time, and anyone who arrives late will have to catch up.
– At training or clinics, never direct or instruct the children, simply encourage them all the time.
– Issues – if there are ever any issues, please do not approach our coaches during the session, please either wait until the end of the session, or ideally give it 24 hours.
– We will provide your child with the best learning environment and experience possible.
– We will look out for their best interests whenever they are with us.
– We will try our best to improve your child technique and most importantly we will try to put them in situations where they can improve socially whenever possible.
– Contact email@example.com 0422273576.
– Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.