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Oct, 2021

Rush Core Value Highlight: Accountability

Rush Core Value Highlight: Accountability
Article By: Niamh Lambert Fremont Rush Topics Editor Accountability: Be accountable for your actions and hold others accountable for their actions. Who am I ultimately accountable to, and who judges my work?

Accountability is especially important when it comes to soccer. You play not only for yourself but for everyone on the field with you. In order to be one cohesive unit, you must first be able to take responsibility for yourself and your actions, which is why accountability is this month’s Core Value. The 2011 Boys team shared with me how accountability has helped them throughout their season. 

Owen Mei, Prathyag Jinka and Coach Yayo started out by sharing different ways in which players are held accountable on and off the pitch.


 “You always have to care for your team and be kind to them, and when you're on the field you have to be there for them. When you’re off the field you have to always be checking online on the app to see if there’s any change for practices or games.” Owen Mei

“We work on specific topics at practice and on game days we try to really showcase that in our play. When we get back to practice the next week we take a moment to talk and give feedback about who carried out the topic and where we can improve.” Coach Yayo


Accountability runs farther than just making sure that players perform the tasks at hand, our coaches have to be held accountable as well. 

“My ethics and values as a person reflect back on my players. I always try to learn new things to be a better coach and make mistakes along the way, but I always learn from my mistakes and continue to grow. My players judge my work and when they see me arriving early to games, providing new material, and giving them advice they have that positive reflection that I work so hard to provide.” Coach Yayo


Accountability leads to player growth. By receiving constructive criticism from those around them players become accountable for putting those words into action, ultimately enhancing their abilities. 

“I see when I’m improving when things that I used to be corrected on things I get praised for now. My coaches and teammates always give me feedback, and I am the one who becomes responsible for putting their critiques to use so I can develop as a player. My coach is someone I look up to so I make sure that I hold myself accountable as his player by working on the things he asks me to.” Prathyag Jinka

Accountability runs through everyone at Fremont Rush and you can see it shine through on the pitch as players and coaches help each other and make sure everyone is training to be the best they possibly can be!

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