This is a Nearly FML. It’s an FML, nearly. It got positive votes from the users, by wasn’t approved by our team.
By Anonymous - / Monday 28 August 2017 16:00 /
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By  Danne696  |  14

Since it seems to be a team-activity then I would say it's reasonable to not change everyones' plans fo one individual. If it is not a team-activity then surely you could simply do the training after school instead.

  PhoenixChick  |  25

Well, yes, the training of a school sports team is by definition a team activity. You can't really have team training or team practice on an individual basis.

But school picture day is not a choice activity of an individual. It's the entire freaking freshman class, its' a day the school chose, and it's essentially mandatory. And something which the coach would have been well informed of.

Treating it like it's only the one freshman on the team's problem, and therefore as a coach ignoring school-wide mandates, is a pretty shitty thing to do. And pretty iindicative of what kind of "team" attitude they really have.

Following your logic: what if there is a mandatory school event for freshmen to attend (like state testing) but the coach announces that the team will be having a special training DURING that event and anyone who missed it will be kicked off the team? Then by your reasoning it is just the freshman's personal problem. The couch somehow has no responsibility for choosing to create an impossible situation, The freshman has to choose between massive school penalties or getting kicked off the team- but it's their problem because the team has only one freshman and the coach shouldn't have to accomade one person's schedule. Even if it is a schedule that the school the coach bleongs to dictated.

By  wmayrhofer  |  17

Maybe someone can explain how you leave early from a cross country run.. you need to apologize and ask nicely to sit this one out. none of that attitude stuff that challenges her authority in front of the team

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