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MOYNE VILLA FC – CODE OF CONDUCT

 

The aim of Moyne Villa FC Football Club is to provide all players at our club with the maximum opportunities to develop their footballing ability to its full potential. This will be achieved with the full co-operation of Managers/Coaches, Players and Parents in a safe and friendly environment.

 

Code of Conduct for Managers/Coaches

  1. Managers/Coaches will show respect for all players and officials and lead by example.
  2. Be fully prepared for coaching sessions and matches. (Including First-Aid, Kit, etc.). 
  3. Ensure a safe environment for learning and development. 
  4. Managers/Coaches to keep themselves up to date with new ideas on coaching and development. 
  5. Encourage each player in terms of self-discipline, good behaviour and punctuality. 
  6. Be self-critical and not afraid to seek assistance. 
  7. Be familiar with the Moyne Villa FC Football Club Child Protection Guidelines. 
  8. Liaise with parents. 
  9. Ensure that all players are aware that all forms of bullying will not be tolerated. 
  10. Be generous with your praise when it is deserved. 
  11. Managers/Coaches must always display high standards of behaviour and appearance. 
  12. All above is superceded by the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport as directed by The Irish Sports Council and supported by the FAI. See back of booklet for further information.

 


Code of Conduct for Players

  1. Always show respect for team-mates, managers/coaches, opponents and officials. 
  2. Always turn up on time for matches and training. 
  3. Always play/train with a positive enhusasitic, attitude.
  4. Always have commitment to your club and pride in your performance. 
  5. Arrive for training and matches with the proper gear and boots and shinguards. 
  6. Listen to advice given and ask questions if you don’t understand. 
  7. Help out with equipment before and after matches and training. 
  8. Let the manager know, as soon as possible, if you are injured or sick.
  9. Bullying will not be tolerated and if you feel you are being bullied feel safe to tell the manager.
  10. Enjoy playing and training with Moyne Villa FC 

All above is superceded by the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport as directed by The Irish Sports Council and supported by the FAI. See back of booklet for further information.

 


Code of Conduct for Parents

  1. Always show respect for all players, opponents, managers/coaches and officials. 
  2. Have realistic expectations for your son/daughter and don’t put him/her under undue pressure. 
  3. Ensure that your son/daughter arrives on time for training and matches and that safe arrangements are in place for getting your son/daughter home afterwards. 
  4. Leave coaching to the coaches.
  5. Respect the managers/coaches decisions. 
  6. Assist when asked. 
  7. Accept disappointment, praise good work and refrain from criticising. 
  8. Support the club’s fund-raising activities where possible.
  9. If your son/daughter requires hospital treatment a parent must attend.
  10. Emphasise skill development and practice over winning and how they benefit your child (and other children/players). De-emphasise games and competition in the lower age groups. 

All above is superceded by the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport as directed by The Irish Sports Council and supported by the FAI.

 

 

 


 


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