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Do More Than Simply Standing When Supervising Players

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© December, 2007


by Richard P. Borkowski
Sports & Recreation Safety Consultant, Narberth, Pa.

SUPERVISING FOOTBALL players means more than just being on hand to watch practice, drills, etc. Coaches have been watching kids for a long time. But, coaches and athletic administrators who think supervision means simply being present are incorrect. Being there is just the beginning.

Recently, I watched a football coach stand in the center of a drill. He was doing a good job watching half of his players with the other half at his back. An unobserved player was injured — the coach was sue ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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