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With respect to Hunter S Thompson........

I always thought that as a group, '93 parents were about as crazed and over the top as you could possibly get.

Last year the '92 boys had a single thread that went on almost all season and ran to god knows how many pages. This year, the '92 girls appear headed to a similar thread.

Does looniness know no bounds? Have you guys read Finnegans Wake? A whole book pretty much consisting of 1 giant run on sentence. Considered an arty and significant book.....I pretty much found it to be unreadable trash.

Start a new thread once on a while folks.

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Pot calling the kettle black? ;>)


Kids play sports because they find it fun. Eliminate the fun and soon you eliminate the kid.
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Exactly. So what other trouble can we get into? How about clutching and grabbing?

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You're lonely....and bored. You're looking for a little '93 Boys smack talk!


Kids play sports because they find it fun. Eliminate the fun and soon you eliminate the kid.
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No smack talk at all. But bored, yes.....

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Booooo smack talk. Yeaaaaa Kool-Aid!!!

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Big Daddy: The more parents talk up a team,the better the exposure to soccer in SC. I think it would be nice if every team had their own thread to discuss games, training, etc. Also if everyone that reads the message board would tell a parent on your team about scsoccer.com it would make for some lively discussions. It's nice to see a bunch of parents from different clubs that compete against each other having fun amongst themselves.

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T Total depravity
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L Limited Atonement
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Puritans ..the original soccer moms?

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You will all have to excuse Dudeman. He is not well.......

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Decadence and depravity can be found also with these '99 Colorado coaches-

Rocky Mountain News

URL: http://www.rockymountainnews.com/drmn/local/article/0,1299,DRMN_15_5038029,00.html

Youth soccer leaders fight
On-field battle lands one in jail

By Bianca Prieto, Rocky Mountain News
October 3, 2006

A shouting match between two youth soccer coaches escalated into an on-field fistfight that landed one in jail and left the other bloodied.

Parents were forced to rush the field to break up the fight during the game between two Real Colorado league 7-and-under girls soccer teams Saturday morning in Highlands Ranch.

Assistant coach David Cunningham, 43, was arrested at his home after the game and charged with misdemeanor third- degree assault.

Cunningham is accused of punching opposing coach Michael Wright, 39, during the game at Highland Heritage Regional Park, 9651 S. Quebec St.

Wright declined to comment Monday, and Cunningham could not be reached.

A Douglas County Sheriff's Office report gives the following account:

Wright and Cunningham were standing near each other on the sidelines when Wright crossed the midline onto the opposing team's side of the field.

Wright was urging his players to get into a defensive position when Cunningham told him to stop yelling and to get back on his side of the field.

Wright told police that Cunningham "approached him aggressively" and "got in his face."

Wright called Cunningham a vulgar name and began to walk away. Cunningham followed and punched Wright several times in the face.

Cunningham told police that he was defending himself because Wright "chest bumped" him after calling him the name.

After the fight, Cunningham left the field but later called police.

Cunningham was arrested and taken to the Douglas County Jail, where he posted $1,750 bail and was released.

The men are volunteer coaches with Real Colorado, a not-for-profit soccer league sponsored by -Nike and formerly known as the Douglas County Soccer Association.

Cunningham was suspended until a meeting can be held this week to determine his future with the club, said Jared Spires, director of operations for Real Colorado.

"We have a no-tolerance policy" for this type of behavior, Spires said. Discipline can "vary from coaches or families being removed or suspended, depending on the severity of the actions," he added.

Copyright 2006, Rocky Mountain News. All Rights Reserved.


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