The County Board Complaints Thread

Does Frank Need To Go


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a lot of aspects of school life(and home life) are competitive and kids are very quick to evaluate who is "best in class" at a whole range of activities. Sciath na Scol is extra intense with a big day out, all the school in attendance, cup/medals etc all in public glare. Teachers are aware of this and there is always a balancing act between trying to win and being fair to everybody.
I think the GAA is going in the right direction with an emphasis on leagues and bliztes up to secondary school age. A key point is to keep as many involved at club level through to adult teams. Also to get those who are not star players into other roles such as admin, and coaching.
 
Oh jesus wept.

Fair enough I can leave with that, after all he was a winner and wanted to win at all costs. Fair play to him, better than the loser mentality displayed in some of the posts here.:lol!:
We are talking about 12 year olds Early, I know you’re from the Glen and it’s fair to say your opinion is fairly widespread up in Blackpool, but why are you misrepresenting player retention with a loser mentality? And why would you want to win at all costs with 12 year olds?
 
We are talking about 12 year olds Early, I know you’re from the Glen and it’s fair to say your opinion is fairly widespread up in Blackpool, but why are you misrepresenting player retention with a loser mentality? And why would you want to win at all costs with 12 year olds?
Early is nothing like an average Glen man, thank you very much.
 
We are talking about 12 year olds Early, I know you’re from the Glen and it’s fair to say your opinion is fairly widespread up in Blackpool, but why are you misrepresenting player retention with a loser mentality? And why would you want to win at all costs with 12 year olds?
I not, never said that, I'm saying picking a weaker team because of keeping lesser player happy because of the class he is in is a loser mentality. You put the best team on the field to win
 
I not, never said that, I'm saying picking a weaker team because of keeping lesser player happy because of the class he is in is a loser mentality. You put the best team on the field to win
It’s the attitude of fellas like this is the very reasoning behind Go games.
This can do terrible damage to young boys and girls.
As another poster put it, kids so young should play on their own terms. Have fun. All in. It’s simple- think Jumpers for goalposts
 
I'm wondering about it. There was photos online from the finals this week, it looked like more than 21 in most of them. Hard to see a rule like that being brought in if encouraging participation
Earl is talking about semis not the final, the full squad were allowed on for all the other matches. All I know is my kid sat in the stand during the final. Was allowed on the pitch afterwards so maybe that's what you saw.
 
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