I have seen the movie many times, but I never looked at it from a management perspective. One African American coach is picked to be head coach at a school in the suburbs. Board of Education in ruled that schools must be racially integrated, the reality was that this would not be the case the National Center '71 Original Titans.
Boone in a sense faces a challenge of acceptance in which, by the end of the movie, he has experienced in two noticeable ways. This time in history, the T. The other African American guys start singing together except for Lewis and Petey.
Throughout training camp and the season, Boone and Yoast 's black and white players learn to accept each other, to work together, and that football knows no race.
He explain to the boys that during the battle of Gettysburg the men worked as one to accomplish on thing, that was to win the war. The film turned out to be intriguing and captivating, not because of the sleek and carefully directed movie scenes, but because of the story itself and the actors who portrayed it so well.
The movie portrays the football team as a symbol that transcended racial lines, and this could be reported of the actual impact of the football team in Alexandria.
These obstacles vary from racism to dealing with death. The team does not make group decisions. These boys had very difficult decisions to make.