Tackling Sports Issues The Problem with Being Too Cautious

Teaching young football players the proper form of tackling will make them better players in the future.
The older a child grows, the more competitive the game becomes.
Teaching players how to tackle later in life is a waste of practice time.
Football among young children builds life-long friendships, and it teaches relationship building with adults through coaches.
Older team filled with experienced players will be more successful.
A child who played football in Tega cay, South Carolina may have big dreams to fulfill some day.
Maybe one day, a small-town kid from South Carolina will end up on the big screen doing big things.
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