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VIOLATIONS


Like players, coaches can also receive penalties. For example:


Unsportsmanlike behavior of any kind. Coaches should hold themselves to the highest standards of sportsmanship. Only the head coach is permitted to speak with offi cials.


Leaving their coaching area is a bench conduct foul; 30-second penalty or change of possession.


Fail to be ready for play after a two-minute team timeout or following halftime is a delay of game; 30-second penalty or change of possession.


Requesting more than two timeouts per half; 30-second penalty or change of possession.


OFFICIALS SIGNALS unsportsmanlike conduct delay of game


BEST PRACTICES


Practices should focus on technical and tactical skills, and include game-like situations.


Coaches should always have a whistle at practice and use it to stop/start play.


PERSPECTIVES


Cheer for everyone on the team. Leave the instruction for the coach.


The younger the player, the shorter the attention span – plan drills accordingly. A fl exible attitude helps when things don’t go as planned.


Never underestimate the power of a compliment! Praise small victories.


Some coaches may not be familiar with all of the rules. Explain calls when appropriate.


Ears open and ask questions if you don’t understand something.


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ROLES COACH


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