Nope, not talking about the hit song by C+C Music factory from 1990 But let's start a running thread on things you see/hear at games (friendlies, league, tournaments, etc). Try not to name names unless someone is complete fool and deserves to be called out. I'll start: 1. Woman sitting on sideline with the spectators from the other team. Screaming all game long. And I do mean all game long. Sitting in her chair. Not sure she would be physically able to stand for an entire game. But she sure could yell the whole time. (Happens every weekend somewhere. Should the coach or team manager take responsibility here? I've got no issue where you sit. But if you are in the wrong place, tone it down a bit). 2. Team has 3 or 4 coaches under their tent. Right before kickoff, one of the coaches runs over to the other sideline and starts chirping instructions to their team. In full coach gear (track pants and a polo. Not even trying to blend in as an overzealous parent). While the other 2 coaches do their thing from the players side of the field. Coach runs back and forth every 10 minutes to tell the other 2 guys some "intel" on how to make adjustments based on his view from 80 yards across the field. 3. Girl is playing with her nose pierced. Refs don't catch it pre-game. Girl from opposing team tells the ref at halftime -"number xx has a nose ring in." Ref asks the girl to remove it. She says it doesn't come out. Ref approaches opposing coach and says: "Girl has a nose ring that won't come out. It is her responsibility if she gets hurt. " Coach says "Since we do we allow earrings?" Ref: "Its not an earring. Its in her nose. There is nothing in the rules about nose rings. We don't check for that." Coach: "Ok man. It's on you then if she gets hit in the face with a ball or something and that things causes some damage."