Discussion in 'SoCalScene' started by sandshark, Jul 5, 2017.
And that opens clubs up to even more lawsuits
Curious... your kids teachers spend more time with them then their coaches do. Have you brought this up at a PTA meeting or approached your kids school or school district?
Thank you for the post I owe you a cup of high.
He won't answer this question, which means "no".
Shhhh, this is a "soccer" forum. We can only talk about coaches, not boy scouts, teachers and priests.
Ha ha "Dirty" as in drugs or as in just plain dirty little bitches
Actually coaches spend more time with our kids then a teacher does. Think about it as your trying to get off subject AAAAAAgain.
I don't use the "b" word.
I do when it comes to dirty little BITCHES or some coaches that act like BITCHES or PARENTS MALE OR FEMALE that act like little BITCHES
You have a daughter right? And you're worried about a coach having a beer or two while you're ok calling women bitches? I'm keeping my kids away from YOU!
Heyyyy if the shoe fits..
Well it actually is on subject. The subject is protecting our kids, correct? And please, explain how a coach, who coaches your kid 2x a week for 4 hours and maybe spends a couple of hours a weekend for spends more time with your kid then a teacher who spends 5-6 hours a day, five days a week for 8-9 months...
Wait, now you bring math into it?
Well I was thinking of the soccer 3-4 days per week 2 hours per session and almost every weekend plus out of town tournaments along with out of state showcases. Compared to a kid that has 6-7 periods per day seeing a teacher 45 min per class.
And HELL YA teachers or anyone that is in close contact with children should be subject to a back ground check and drug tested across the board! Why the hell not? If the want to teach children be prepared to be tested. It couldn't hurt.
Where do your kids play? What level?
San Diego Ca
Top level - top flights.
I have zero interest in giving to much info on my players because they don't deserve to pay the price for my truthfulness in a sport so full of BS.
I'm a person who will say and do anything face to face with anyone as long as I'm the one paying the price for my actions. But knowing how a lot of coaches are -not stand up men- and will attack my children to get back at me for telling the truth makes no sense to expose them to that at this time.
Translation: I don't want my kids to bear the consequences of my trolling
I'm not trolling, I'm simply engaging in conversation. I don't try and start $hit with people and I literally do my best to give my opinion based on our personal experiences. I try and ad content that is worth talking about. I'm just honest and do my best to keep things non personal with others.
I think trolling is more like someone attacking people personally and fishing for arguments. I'm not into tough guy act online hiding behind the key board.
I will however tell it the way I have seen it and try to shed light on certain subjects if I have something worth a shit to ad.
I do my best not to attack other posters on this site.
Actually agree with Sand on this. Coaches do troll this forum.
Hell ya they do. They are the true Trolls because they try and manipulate conversations and rumors to advance their own personal agenda.
We as parents all share the same bottom goal (well most of us) to try and make sense of this crazy sport dealing with these crazy coaches being fed crazy dreams by some club!