The Bubble

The Bubble

English | October 15th, 2018 | ISBN: 1543945856 | 271 Pages | EPUB | 0.57 MB

Politics and corruption plague every facet of our society and youth sports aren't immune. An environment that once thrived on the concepts of character development and 'hard work pays off' has been corroded by the backwards perception that wrongdoing is a stepping stone to athletic success. In this insider's account, Maya Castro shares her own soccer experience, tainted by 'sideline politics,' wrongdoing, and a community-wide smear campaign against her and her family.

Speaking as a former athlete, Castro makes the impassioned plea to parents and coaches to re-evaluate their intentions. Namely, the goal of their decision to work with and/or encourage kids to play sports. Because it's an absence of a real sense of purpose of youth athletics that has professionalized, politicized, and even corrupted a kid's game. Read The Bubble and experience a sports culture hijacked by the self-interests of overbearing and often downright crooked adults- from one who's been the target of it.


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