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Devious Coach Attempts To Trip Winger On Touchline, Made To Stand Behind Fence As Punishment (Video)

By Chris Wright

In which, during an Italian youth league game between Corpolo and Rivazzurra, the Rivazzurra coach attempts to prod the ball away from the Corpolo winger yomping up the touchline with a sneaky flick of the foot.

The devious coach misses the ball and the man, but the Corpolo winger is still incensed after stumbling in his attempt to hurdle the encroaching limb and a bit of a barney kicks off – with the offending coach then made to go and sheepishly stand behind a wire fence in punishment for his delinquency…

That’ll learn him!

Video: Icaro Sport (thanks to @Kistengang for the nudge)

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By Chris on November 14th, 2012 in FAIL, Funnies, Hardmen, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

8 Responses to “Devious Coach Attempts To Trip Winger On Touchline, Made To Stand Behind Fence As Punishment (Video)”

  1. C says:

    Italians, the worst cheaters in the world of football.

  2. barf says:

    there’s a high proportion of bearded, balding children playing in that youth league

  3. Al says:

    @ barf – ha ha was thinking that myself, check out the goalkeeper who comes in to the melee at the end, he’s a monster, not sure I want to play youth football in Italy

  4. David Allison says:

    Seem to remember this happening in the Totton vs Bristol Rovers FA Cup game last season, where Totton’s assistant manager, Sean New, tripped Mustapha Carayol as the ball ran out of play. Poor Carayol had to be subbed off after coming under pressure from Totton fans and players for having the nerve to confront New about said trip. Can’t find a clip, but here’s the story:

  5. Lorenzo says:

    That is not a youth league game, they’re playing in the “Prima categoria” (eighth level of the italian football system)

  6. Eeny says:

    @Lorenzo – Good to see that the corruption within Italian football only extends as far as the first 8 tiers then.

  7. Lorenzo says:

    Corruption? What has it to do with this episode???

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