Shame in Canarian youth football: aggression against a referee in youth - La Provincia
Video images produce a lot shame and indignation: parents and members of one of the teams that jump into the field to attack an umpire, a young man who takes advantage of the turbamult to punch the referee in the back and then run away, insults, spectators who demand the police presence ...
It happened the morning of this Sunday in a football match of Tenerife between San Lorenzo B and Unión Isora, of Segunda Juvenil and disputed in Valle San Lorenzo, municipality of Arona, as anticipated this Sunday Radio Marca.
At the end of the meeting, the referee was attacked by the aforementioned amateur, just at the moment in which they witnessed a brawl, in which the delegate of the visiting team was involved (on the floor, at the beginning of the video).
The new images of an aggression in grassroots soccer embarrass and embarrass those who, most of them, go to the fields to play sports and compete without violence or insults.