Things I never signed up for when I agreed to coach.


2 Responses to “Things I never signed up for when I agreed to coach.”

  1. December 23, 2009 at 2:25 PM

    I figured for the holiday break, maybe we’d do something fun and humorous.

    Gimme your best examples. Here are a few to get you started.

    1. Giving up coaching half the games to become the referee, because the paid high school-aged referees didn’t show up.

    2. Dealing with the conflict between divorced or separated parents who want to get you on their side of the custody battle.

    3. Dealing with a sore back from bending over to tie shoelaces.

    4. Cleaning up runny noses and throw-up puddles.

  2. 2 John
    December 25, 2009 at 12:37 AM

    1.Trying to figure out if a kid is righty or lefty cause noone ever told him

    2.Trying to stop water cup fights on the sideline between the kids while trying to get your kids to stop trying to block shots from thier own teammates on the court

    3.Trying to find an extra hat or glove for the kids who always forget to bring them to the game.

    4.Trying to find the kid whose turn it is to hit or play the field because he is at the concession stand

    5.Trying to explain to the kids that watching the scoreboard clock tick away is not a good “defense”

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