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"Now they want to know everything": between parents and football educators, mistrust and dialogue of the deaf

2023-12-10T11:19:21.418Z

Highlights: "Now they want to know everything": between parents and football educators, mistrust and dialogue of the deaf. Last week, a parent physically attacked a volunteer educator in Essonne. An isolated act but one that illustrates the tentens of parents and educators. What's next after this ad? Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter @CNNOpinion or on our Facebook page, The Opinion Project. Back to the page you came from. Click here to read the first part of this article.


Last week, a parent physically attacked a volunteer educator in Essonne. An isolated act but one that illustrates the tentens of


The U8/U9 session has just ended at the Paul Desgouillons stadium in Montlhéry (Essonne). As always, the small group splits in two. Some run to change in the locker room, while others run straight to the warmth of their parents' or grandparents' car and head home. That's when a man calls out to us on the way to the parking lot. "Didn't they put an electronic bracelet on you too?"

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Wrapped in a black down jacket that falls to his calves, this adult has things to say and doesn't want to miss the opportunity to be heard. If he's angry on Wednesday night, it's because he feels disenfranchised. Like the forty or so adults present despite the cold, he was asked to go up to the stands to watch the day's training.

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Source: leparis

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