Sports club official : dealing with club members

crossman

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The woman clearly has an attitude problem which may well explain having no partner, but the danger is the lad adopting her problem attitude and starting to fail at the sport. A way to deal with this might be to take the lad aside, explain that his mother's attitude is disappointing, but to save an unpleasant showdown with her, to arrange for the lad to carry out tasks around the club as payment for his membership
That would set a very bad precedent.
 


cricket

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That would set a very bad precedent.
Agreed, let the officer board agree, as an exceptional measure, to accept €9 per month for five months. Just about €2 a week, doubt if it's beyond the mother and son.
 

Round tower

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The woman clearly has an attitude problem which may well explain having no partner, but the danger is the lad adopting her problem attitude and starting to fail at the sport. A way to deal with this might be to take the lad aside, explain that his mother's attitude is disappointing, but to save an unpleasant showdown with her, to arrange for the lad to carry out tasks around the club as payment for his membership
No one knows the family circumstances, their could be another 3 or 4 members in the family who could be all into sports, if all added up, say membership, boots or shoes, club gear and milage, it could add up to a couple of hundred euros for the family.
The suggestion for the lad to do tasks around the club is not a bad idea but would needed be dealt privately as u could end up with more lfamilies looking for the same arangement than their would be jobs.
 


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