Discussion in 'SoCalScene' started by samsung1, Apr 7, 2018.
EDITED BY DOMINIC PER THE OP REQUEST.
Yellow to #15 for simulation.
Everytime I see something like this, I get reminded of this:
Was there a cattle roping contest going on during halftime? Get that girl a cowboy hat and some boots!!!
What is the point of posting pictures of a minor when emotions appear to have gotten the best of her?
Are you hoping to bring it to her attention, her parents or the coach's attention, CalSouth or the refs?
I don't even know if it is legal to post something like this about a minor.
How does it appear that way? I have no idea from looking at these pictures, but could also be an attempt to injure. The only emotion I "see" is aggression and thuggery.
Just got back from watching boys 03s playing and probably saw this more than a few times in one day.
Definitely something that should be sent to the coach or league disciplinary team.
To post it on this site is not cool. This site should be about parents bringing soccer topics. It shouldn't be to bash kids on a public forum.
Legal yes. There is no expectation of privacy in public areas.
But personally I'd probably throw a blur on the face just because who the player is really isn't the point of a thread like this.
If it was video of the full game would it still be wrong to post it?
Samsung just likes shaming kids. Having a camera gives him the opportunity. Yes, it looks like the girl is guilty of committing a hard and unnecessary foul. But she is a kid. She was presumably called for a foul, and that should be the end of it. Keep these things on the field. Samsung is a grown-up. Samsung wants to stigmatize a girl, and that should never be allowed. A kid committing a foul should told, taught and forgiven. A grown-up who puts it online for the purpose of forever shaming the kid is a baby and a jackass. He (or she) is the real thug.
I am not so sure it is legal. There is no expectation of privacy in a public place for adults. I agree. But I believe the rules for minors is a little different. Moreover, during a soccer game the field is controlled by CalSouth. So I am not sure if it would be considered a public place? There is some reason we sign this's release forms. Obviously most people are not going to have an issue with people films games and taking pictures because what is the harm? But in this case there is clearly harm for its use.
And btw a school yard is not a public place, I know that one for a fact. Does anyone truly know the rule? I would love to know it.
Awww...So who got more hurt over this? The girl or daddy's ego?
no point in this picture......Id prefer video over a static image too many variables.
would be better to know what lead up to these pictures....
theres a hundred different things that can be going on in this picture...
What if #15 had been coming in hot all game, fouling and just playing poorly and #10 finally had her number and moved out of the way last minute and #15 momentum cause her to fall.
If soccer is too rough for you , go play baseball.
And too who ever made that bad comment earlier calling the girl a name, your a idiot , and always will be with that attitude...
I don't agree with photos showing kids in a negative light, not least because photos during live sports games rarely tell even 10 percent of the story...I'd remove the pics but that's the parent in me looking out for other DDs like I'd hope most of us do...
Did the referee crew at least make the call and issue a card?
Without any actual knowledge of the situation, I would guess that they did make a call. I believe that if there had been no call, the initial poster would have taken great care to indignantly point that out.
No call or warning. Since it seems this was just emotion can we have this thread deleted?
Speaking of cards...you have just surrendered your man card!
Why would anyone take the other side on this story when we have pictures to support it? I bet if it was your player or a teammate of your kid you might change your mind.
You're AN idiot for making up excuses for this thug.
did the ref call it a foul? no? then it wasn't a foul. PLAY ON