Players need the freedom
Players need the freedom to play, learn and develop. Games are wonderful opportunities to recognize situations and learn how to solve problems. Playtime fosters creativity while constant instruction stunts it; continual chatter from the sidelines robs a young player of the opportunity to solve a problem on his own. In sports or any endeavor, as our kids grow up we have to make sure we continue to support them while also be willing to let them go a bit so that they can learn from their own mistakes.
Publix "First Game"