Making sure you choose a team that works well together is paramount to achieving success. Any problems which develop can end up derailing your chances of success so it is important to learn how to identify and deal with problems.
Many problems stem from interpersonal conflicts which can develop during the playing season. When you think about it, you should not be surprised. Between games, practices, training and traveling, a team will often spend a great amount of time together. When you pair this fact with the tension and pressure to perform well, it is no surprise that there can be conflicts and disputes.
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