Coach puts 18-year old into game against 13-year olds, is shockingly fired.

Posted: October 25, 2016 in Assclowns, Humor, News, Sports, WTF?
Doesn't look a day over 27.

Doesn’t look a day over 27.

(WJAR) – The coach of a Providence, Rhode Island, youth football team is fired and his team kicked out of its league after he put a young man believed to be at least 18-years old into a game.

He suited up at halftime for the Capital City Buccaneers who were losing. He went onto the field and took part in several plays before getting kicked out.

Buccaneers founder Alexandra Diaz said she fired the coach and ended the team’s season as a result. She said the illegal player is the older brother of a player on the team.

When NBC 10 spoke with Diaz, she had not yet gotten word that the Rhode Island Pre-Teen Football League decided to permanently ban her team.

“It’s a safety issue,” league vice president Nelson Pedro told NBC 10.

Hey, if you’re not cheatin’ you’re not tryin’, amirite? Seriously though, what a fierce will to win that coach has, huh? Losing?

What the hell, let’s just sneak in Bobby’s 18-year old brother Bubba. Nobody will notice.”

Seemed like a sure-fire plan to me. And how about League Vice President Nelson Pedro? Dude has a flair for the obvious, doesn’t he? “It’s a safety issue.” Can’t argue with you there, Pedro.

Fun Fact: A Paint Valley varsity football coach once had a player thrown out of the game, so he had the kid switch jerseys right on the sideline in front of everybody. Then he put him back in the game. Of course the refs found out pretty quickly and he was thrown back out again. True story.


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