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Vol VI 2015
AEMA Report: Challenges Female Equipment Managers Face Working Footballby: Kristin Beer
Assistant Football Manager - UCLA Football
© Vol VI 2015
Female equipment managers face many challenges working for the football team. For many decades the world of football has been dominated mostly by men with women playing only minor roles, if any. As we grow as a society and as a sport, women are starting to emerge in football in a variety of roles that once were thought to only be done by males. The world of football equipment has been, in particular, one of the harder positions for females to work. Many coaches and support staff have always been nervous to hire a female in such a role that works so closely with both coaches and athletes in a variety of settings such as in the locker room, hustling out at practice, and fitting the equipment.
However, the female equipment manager can handle all of these situations and overcome these challenges. By showing respect to the coache....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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