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If you're a Reddish Vulcans player and you're feeling upset at the way you're being treated on the field by your team mates or adults involved in the game, then there are things you can do about that.


Not everyone can be on the team, so don't be upset if you're not always chosen. That doesn't mean that you're being bullied, just that the coach needs to pick the strongest side.


But if team mates make fun of you on the pitch, in the changing room, at school, or try to upset you to put you off the game to a point where you don't want to take part in training sessions, that COULD be bullying if it keeps happening.


Action you can take: -


  • Tell your parents or carer. 
  • Ask your parents to contact your Team Coach.
  • Ask your parents to contact the Clubs Welfare Officer.
  • Keep a diary of what happens.
  • Ask friends on the team to back up what you say.


If the problem isn't resolved, your parents should ask the coach or team manager for a copy of the complaints and/or bullying policy.


Reddish Vulcans always takes reports of bullying very seriously and always act immediately to resolve any reported situation.


Need to report bullying now?


Contact Anne Moore or Lynn Loftus (Club Welfare Officers) - CLICK HERE


RVJFC Codes of Conduct - CLICK HERE


Manchester Football Association - CLICK HERE








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