THERE is this touching case of a father-son constant togetherness in the clubhouse.
It had sparked a debate. Questions arise:
When is it time for a father to end his son’s tagging along to the clubhouse, game, that often? Is the child’s presence a distraction to the father? Can a coach split the relationship when he feels it is affecting his player’s performance?
So close is the father to his son that he wouldn’t trade this partnership to anything. Not even his slot to the team.