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Second-year journalism student Robyn Hertz asks the SAIT campus: “What’s the worst case of spectator behaviour you’ve seen at children’s sports?”

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When I used to play soccer if another player was aggressive with me, my parents would go to the referee.
They’ve been in a couple of arguments with the refs before.
Darpan Grewal, 2nd year, business administration

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When I played minor hockey, I used to see parents getting kicked out of the stands for yelling at the referee.
Brett Tate, 1st year, business administration

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Parents fighting each other physically and verbally.
Dawn Moore, 1st year, administrative information management 

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When a father yells at his son for not playing well.
Shelby Evans, 2nd year, civil engineering technology

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Parents yelling at a coach or referee.
Ana Forde, 2nd year, engineering design and drafting technology

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Someone calling out a kid who lacks performance in the sport.
Eric Hazenboom, 1st year, rehabilitation therapy assistant 

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