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It is with great pleasure to announce that Hunter Soccer Club (HSC) and Upper Dublin Soccer Club (UDSC) have entered into a wide-ranging partnership agreement. For nearly two years, our two clubs have been collaborating on a variety of initiatives and, as a result, the leadership of both Clubs believe that their close working relationship and shared priorities should be formalized.
The partnership agreement between HSC and UDSC encompasses the following:
The HSC/UDSC partnership will be overseen by a new body called the Penn Alliance Advisory Board. The current seven (7) member Advisory Board consists of:
I want to bring to your attention some issues from several Hunter Travel and Intramural games over the past few weekends. The common theme from what occurred deals with the topic of adults
We have received several emails stating that some parents have been berating the referees or in some instances they have been yelling at players. These are all things being brought to my attention and I was not an eyewitness to the events, however I see the necessity to offer a friendly reminder about spectator’s code of conduct.
To the Hunter Soccer parents:
I also want to be clear that our coaches will be reminded of this conduct regarding their behavior on the sidelines as well. It is not easy to get coaches to volunteer to work with so many
kids. Over the years as Hunter Soccer has grown we have worked to educate and license our coaches to address the code of conduct on the sidelines. However sometimes, in the excitement of
the game, this can be forgotten and it is our job to remind them. Hunter has never had a major issue with our coaches as yet, but when an issue comes up we will address it. In my
experience with our coaches, they have always worked to better themselves for their team.
Regardless of whether you are an adult, player, coach or official this value is paramount since it suggests that you care about yourself and how others perceive you. Sportsmanship Builds Character– Regardless of the outcome.
I leave you with this. Hunter Soccer’s goal is to build on player skills at all ages and levels, develop middle and high school players and to build character through teamwork and sportsmanship- all within an environment that is safe, welcoming and fun. Seeing our youth players having fun, learning to love the game, and making new friends will always take priority over wins and trophies.