by Sam McDonald
December 12, 2004
I went on to think that I was good enough to be on that team. But when I went on to play for the Kayhi C team I realized that the coaches had made the right choice by not picking me. I had a lot of work to do, and I needed to work on my speed, skill, and most importantly become a team player.
I admit that the coaches may have favoritism for their kids that they pick, but if the coach prefers to pick kids he knows and ones who will be an important asset to the team that's his call. Even though I didn't get picked for the team, I still came out with a lesson that will help my social skills. And I shouldn't be caught up in what I think I am skill-wise, but look at my skills based on the way I play and the actual talent I have.
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