Perception vs Reality

This post is brought about from numerous conversations, tweets, and texts about perceptions in team sports about successful programs, coaches, and players.

Team goes undefeated and wins a championship!

Perception: Great coach!

Team doesn’t win a game all season.

Perception: Bad coach.

Team wins a lot of games in consecutive seasons.

Perception: Great off-season workout/conditioning program.

Team doesn’t win a lot of games in consecutive seasons.

Perception: Poor off-season workout/conditioning program.

Individual player is a part of a successful program.

Perception: The player is very good.

Individual player is a part of a struggling program.

Perception: Player is not very good.

Player commits to a Division 1 college.

Perception: The player is very good.

Player commits to a Division II College.

Perception: The player is good, but not as good as the player who commits to a Division 1 college.

Player commits to a Division III college.

Perception: The player is good, but not as good as the player who commits to a Division I/II college.

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Kieron Boyle

Kieron Boyle

Head Coach Middletown High School Boys Soccer— 1on1withKieron Individual Player Training —Twitter: @coach_boyle —kboyle@middletowncityschools.com — 513.267.261

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