On either this thread or another a poster described what the Albi0n coach supposedly did. He supposedly sent text messages to his youth players soliciting help in getting a "semen sample," which was supposedly related to his "prostate problem." If this was what he did, then his conduct was despicable. He should have been fired and reported to the authorities. From other posts, it sounds like Albion immediately fired the coach. Without knowing, I would bet that Albion also reported him to the authorities. Accordingly, this coach is no longer affiliated with Albion, is not associating with any of Albion's teams or players, and has nothing to do with the club. It sounds to me like Albion has fully complied with its legal responsibilities. Which makes me wonder, why is the club being bashed so hard by some of the posters on this Board? Based on their posts, it sounds like some of them have a long-standing personal dispute with Albion and its DOC, and they are using this event as a way to keep that dispute alive. What I would like to know is what these people think Albion did wrong. Is it that they knew the coach was sending the texts before he sent them? We can be certain that is not true. Or is it that Albion took insufficient steps to get rid of the coach when it found out? According to other posts, Albion fired him the day it discovered the texts. It sounds like the posters' beef is that Albion has not personally contacted every single family in the Club to tell them what this person supposedly did, and that Albion has not called the media to publicize the coach's actions to the entire world. But if Albion did that, how would it provide additional protection to Albion players? The coach is already gone. He is not coaching Albion girls. Everybody seems to know why. How would publicizing the matter help Albion players who are no longer being coached by the man? From a criminal trial standpoint, Albion probably should not be calling people or the media for at least one good reason: If Albion goes around calling every person, and then calling the media, that will create opportunities for defense counsel to lay the groundwork for a claim that the club is a biased witness. Every communication made by the club will be subject to discovery. It is probable that Albion was told by authorities NOT to discuss the case with anyone for these very reasons. I would also guess that Albion has contacted its own lawyers, and they are also telling Albion not to discuss the case with anyone.