You'd be amazed at how many parents become coaches...yelling & instructing their kids during practice, and games as well.
FB practices I have been to, I've never seen adults/parents trying to be sideline coaches, but that is just
my observation, that is why I'm surprised Servite has closed their practices.
There must be some substantial interruptions/distractions going on. On a side note,many schools have cross
country and track athletes, other sport athletes working out near the FB practice field area during a FB
Bravo Gass. Now can we get a goal line offense and tighten up that D line?
This is very true.joefutbol wrote:You should be allowed, but I'll let all you parents in on a little secret. The coaches don't want you there. Your son doesn't want you there. His teammates don't want you there. There are plenty of seats at the game on Friday night.
Good job joefutbol!
Every practice should be closed. Assuming the coach isn't abusive or a child predator, there is absolutely no reason why a parent should be watching or attending a high school football practice. End of story.
Heck, my high school swim practices were closed practices. I'm actually pretty shocked that some football parents feel entitled to be able to do this.