Good morning. Kids’ specialist, Tetchan coach.
Today is about “respect”.
In the football community, I often hear the word “respect” (respect), but it is really important for me to live well with people around me.
· Respect for the opponent
· Respect for friend
· Respect for referee
· And respecting yourself
At the Shirayuri Invitation, children will organize the tournament, referee, make ground, opening ceremony and closing ceremony.
It is not just to be a player, but also to experience various positions.
Always going to the tournament, adults will just prepare the environment and we will play games. . .
But here we do everything ourselves.
The ground line may not be able to be drawn straight. . . (Lol)
Some children feel that it is difficult to advance the tournament on time.
Some children are not good at speaking in front of a large number at the opening ceremony / closing ceremony.
Sometimes I complain about doing the referee.
There is such an episode in a conversation between a coach heard every year and a child.
A, “Coach! I did the referee, but it was awfully complaining!”
I “Eh ~! I tried refusing, I was complaining, it was hard work! Thank you!”
A Kimi “I was confident in the judge, I got complain about it, I felt bad feeling!”
I “It makes me feel bad ~”
A Kimi “So do not complain about the referee when I am in the game or on the bench!”
I “That’s right! Coach is glad you thought so!”
This is just one example of experiencing respect for referee.
I have experienced this throughout the day such as headquarters and benches.
In other words, what is happening in this competition?
In the end, children who support tournaments more than children playing in the game grow humanly.
And, as a matter of course, that means that the level as a player will also improve.
On the pitch = off the pitch
So it is.
When you touch people as you would like them to do,
We are in relation to that person
The level of “trust” and “peace”
You can raise it.
May the day be a day for which one day you can feel respectful to you.
★ Make Isehara a stadium with domestic timber ★