Nice comment from Anton T on 18 January 2019:
In Amerika was daar na die College Football finaal tussen Alabama en Clemson ‘n interesante gesprek. Dit het gegaan oor Alabama se football program wat soos ‘n fabriek is en Clemson sin wat meer soos ‘n familie is. As jy na die “fabriek” toe gaan het jy ‘n baie goeie kans om professioneel te speel, maar daar is nie iets soos lojaliteit nie. As hulle iemand beter van ‘n ander plek kan kry vat hulle hom. Clemson probeer meer sy eie spelers ontwikkel, maar lewer minder professionele spelers. Die afgelope 4 jaar het hulle albei 53 gewen gewen en 4 verloor, en altwee was 2 keer die algehele kampioene.
Nou is my vraag wat is beter? loyalitiet… professionalisme? En wat is jou skool?
In America, there was an interesting conversation during the College Football final between Alabama and Clemson. It was about Alabama’s football programme that is like a factory and Clemson’s which is more like a family.
If you go to the “factory” you have a very good chance of advancing to become a professional in the NFL but they have no loyalty. If the “factory” can get someone better in a position from another place, they’ll take him.
The “family” is trying to develop more of his own players but delivers fewer less professional players.
Over the past 4 College Football seasons, Clemson has won 53 and lost 4. Both Alabama and Clemson were the overall champions twice during this period.
Now my question is what’s better? Loyalty … professionalism? And what is your school?