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« Reply #39390 on: June 18, 2021, 10:15:48 AM »
Hearing very concerning reports about a Juvenile being struck by a mentor of the opposing team in Dunloy?

DR are they correct?

Belfast amalgamations have form here

I wouldn't be concerned which club the mentor was involved with, but from what I have heard this was a very serious incident.

I heard parent jumped fence . I'd be concerned about some of the amalgamations, less control

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« Reply #39391 on: June 18, 2021, 10:25:43 AM »
Hearing very concerning reports about a Juvenile being struck by a mentor of the opposing team in Dunloy?

DR are they correct?

Belfast amalgamations have form here

I wouldn't be concerned which club the mentor was involved with, but from what I have heard this was a very serious incident.

I heard parent jumped fence . I'd be concerned about some of the amalgamations, less control

I have heard that as a result of mentor striking a player on the field of play, this caused a row with various people involved.

To me the most concerning aspect is what caused the initial row, child protection issues all over it. Hopefully DR can maybe set the record straight.

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« Reply #39392 on: June 18, 2021, 10:33:13 AM »
Hearing very concerning reports about a Juvenile being struck by a mentor of the opposing team in Dunloy?

DR are they correct?

Belfast amalgamations have form here

I wouldn't be concerned which club the mentor was involved with, but from what I have heard this was a very serious incident.

I heard parent jumped fence . I'd be concerned about some of the amalgamations, less control

I have heard that as a result of mentor striking a player on the field of play, this caused a row with various people involved.

To me the most concerning aspect is what caused the initial row, child protection issues all over it. Hopefully DR can maybe set the record straight.

Sounds messy.
Needs stamped out.

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« Reply #39393 on: June 18, 2021, 10:38:41 AM »
Maybe if you PM him rather that airing that stuff on a public forum would be better?
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« Reply #39394 on: June 18, 2021, 10:43:29 AM »
Maybe if you PM him rather that airing that stuff on a public forum would be better?

Don't see anything wrong with asking on here MR2, it is pretty common knowledge at this point.

Was just asking DR to clarify.

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« Reply #39395 on: June 18, 2021, 10:48:51 AM »
Maybe if you PM him rather that airing that stuff on a public forum would be better?

Don't see anything wrong with asking on here MR2, it is pretty common knowledge at this point.

Was just asking DR to clarify.

I think you'd get a quicker response in fairness..

Anyways things are getting out of hand lately on the sidelines and from some players. Some games are a joy to be part of and others you wonder WTF are you doing!!
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« Reply #39396 on: June 18, 2021, 10:52:29 AM »
Maybe if you PM him rather that airing that stuff on a public forum would be better?

Don't see anything wrong with asking on here MR2, it is pretty common knowledge at this point.

Was just asking DR to clarify.

I think you'd get a quicker response in fairness..

Anyways things are getting out of hand lately on the sidelines and from some players. Some games are a joy to be part of and others you wonder WTF are you doing!!

Hard job for you. I don't envy it.

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« Reply #39397 on: June 18, 2021, 11:47:58 AM »
Sadly, very sadly, we need the American soccer approach where parents are not allowed within 500m of the pitch. I'm not even joking. To me this has to happen or we are going to have a mass migration from our sports which as already been happening for years. Let children play, let them have fun, let people make mistakes on the pitch.

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« Reply #39398 on: June 18, 2021, 01:55:11 PM »
Sadly, very sadly, we need the American soccer approach where parents are not allowed within 500m of the pitch. I'm not even joking. To me this has to happen or we are going to have a mass migration from our sports which as already been happening for years. Let children play, let them have fun, let people make mistakes on the pitch.

Agreed

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« Reply #39399 on: June 18, 2021, 01:59:17 PM »
Sadly, very sadly, we need the American soccer approach where parents are not allowed within 500m of the pitch. I'm not even joking. To me this has to happen or we are going to have a mass migration from our sports which as already been happening for years. Let children play, let them have fun, let people make mistakes on the pitch.

Agreed

Agreed - but this wasn't a 'parent' in this instance.