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St John Bosco Parent and Player Code of Conduct 

Players. All players must respect the decisions made by officials without question. All players must show respect to the referee and their opponent by shaking hands at the end of every match. The coach has the final say on all matters relating to team affairs. Inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated and will be dealt with as follows:


1. A verbal warning

2. A written warning

3. Suspended from the club

4. Expelled from the club Subs must be paid in full each week. Annual registration must be paid in full before the start of season All club members must respect other teams training sessions and equipment. All players are covered by club insurance, however if private cover is held any claim must go through your own private insurance. This schoolboy policy does not cover lost of earnings. 




Players signature ____________________________________________ 

Parents. All parents must respect decisions made by officials All parents must respect the opponents All decisions made by the manager are final. Inappropriate behaviour will not acceptable and will be dealt by with executive committee. Lottos must be paid in full each week. Annual registration must be paid in full before the start of season 

Parents signature ____________________________________________ 

A full copy of the clubs rules are available on request. If any parent has a grievance the club child liaison officer shall be informed. All matters of dispute shall be resolved by the club-executive. The executive reserves the right to take whatever action deemed appropriate for any breach of club rules. For any serious breach of rules the FAI guidelines shall be followed. 

A managers code of conduct signed by each manager is available on request 



The protection and Welfare of Children: 

• In line with recent legislation and Government Guidelines (The Child Care Act 1991) and the (Protection for Persons Reporting Abuse Act 1998) in relation to child protection and welfare, it is mandatory that the DDSL should operate with the FAI recommended Codes of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines. (See FAI Code of Ethics for Under Age Soccer Players, Coaches, Parents and Spectators). 


• Any act, statement, conduct or other matter, which harms a child or children or poses or may pose a risk to a child or children, shall constitute behaviour, which is improper and brings the game into disrepute. 


• Breaches will become a disciplinary offence.e

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