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Disciplinary Actions: Coaches & Assistant Coaches PDF Print E-mail

1. Coaches and Assistant Coaches may receive a verbal warning from the Youth League Coordinator or State League Coordinator regarding ANY unsporting behaviour towards players, parents, spectators, officials or other coaches.
2. If a Coach indulges in repeated unacceptable behaviour, the Youth League Coordinator or State League Coordinator:
a) Will try to resolve the issue by talking with the Coach.
b) If this is not successful, provide a formal verbal warning to the Coach that if his or her behaviour does not improve, he or she may be suspended from attending training sessions or games.
c) If no improvement is apparent after the formal verbal warning, the Youth League Coordinator or State League Coordinator should provide a written warning that if behaviour does not improve, the Youth League Coordinator or State League Coordinator will recommend that the Coach be suspended from attending training and games.
d) If no improvement is apparent after the written warning, the Youth League Coordinator or State League Coordinator should notify the Youth Committee or the State League Committee of the disciplinary problem and request that the
Coach be suspended. If the Youth or State League Committee upholds the request, it may suspend the Coach for a specified period.
e) If a Coach’s behaviour does not improve after resuming coaching following a suspension, the Youth League Coordinator or State League Coordinator may request that the Youth Committee or State League Committee:
i) suspend the Coach for the remainder of the season, and/or
ii) deregister the Coach from the Club.

 
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