Parent Allegedly Threatens To Knock Coaches Teeth Out For Benching His Kid

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CCT – A New Bedford man is accused of threatening to beat up his son’s Little League coach during a game because the child was held out of the first inning for missing practice.

Guy Face, 34, pleaded not guilty Thursday in Falmouth District Court to charges of assault, threatening to commit a crime, disorderly conduct and driving with a suspended license, court records state.

At about 6 p.m. May 25, Corscadden came to the Falmouth Little League fields on Gifford Street, where a game between two teams of children aged 8 to 10 was getting under way in front of dozens of spectators. According to reports, Corscadden entered one of the dugouts and began to yell at the coach, using vulgar language and threats. A Falmouth police officer who was there to watch his son play witnessed the event and heard Corscadden shout “I’m going to knock your teeth out!” and, “You better watch when you’re back in the street!”

Hey listen, if you want to enter the hot stove of competitive sports and coach¬†little league on Cape Cod you’re going¬†to have to learn what it takes to win. The 8-10 year old league is no time for life lessons, leave that shit for T-Ball and win some ball games will ya? These kids are old enough to know that only losers are held responsible for their actions.

Look, I’m not saying this guy was 100% right, you gotta let the coach do his thing. All I’m saying is that if the coach starts letting stupid shit like morals and integrity get in the way of winning little league games, then maybe he should get his teeth knocked out. It’s perfectly reasonable for someone in such a high profile position to have to “watch his back in the street” when he doesn’t produce championships. That’s the trade off for life in the little league spotlight and the fame and fortune that comes with it.

P.S. Practice? We talkin ’bout Practice!? Not a game… practice.

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