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To become a licensed soccer coach, individuals are required to take a course in soccer coaching. The course includes content on laws of the game, and soccer techniques such as dribbling, passing, and heading the ball. It also incorporates content on strategy that includes formations, set plays, attacking, and defense. Performance and licensure is determined by successful course completion, passing a written examination, and an applied test wherein students demonstrate specific soccer skills on the field. John, a former premier soccer player who developed multiple sclerosis, is denied licensure because he is physically incapable of demonstrating required techniques. Is this a correct decision? If not, what solutions would you offer?