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Hi Sylvie

I would like to know your opinion about this story. Recently, a coach from a different club in my country had decided to do a muaythai seminar, and he invited some specific fighters from other clubs directly via Fb messenger (kids and adults as well) without consulting their coaches. This might seem like a petty thing but my coach has decided not to advocate the seminar to us (the members of my club) because it is an unethical way to approach fighters directly without consulting the coaches first (even though they know each other well). I am wondering how would krus in Thailand feel about this issue, if you have an opinion please share. Thank you

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That would also be considered bad form in Thailand, mainly because the hierarchy of a gym is that fighters are not independent agents. A trainer, and more likely than that the owner/manager of the gym would be who gets the invite in Thailand. 

That said, I don't know what the etiquette of your country is, assuming gyms are composed of paying customers rather than contracted fighters.

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