A giant scandal in junior football: a college coach rebukes his German player and calls himself a "new Hitler."
Anyone who wants to make a career in American football should not be too picky. The lower the level, the more dubious are the training and leadership methods of the coaches. For example, in Independence, Kansas, somewhere between Oklahoma City and Kansas City.
The local college team is known around the country because it appears in the Netflix "Last Chance U" series. The format gives insight into the sports teams of American universities, which give highly talented youngsters a difficult past a new chance – a last chance.
He also needs Jason Brown, until recently the coach of the Desperate Troupe of Independence. Brown, as his "Last Chance U" buddy, Buddy Stephens, from eastern Mississippi, was hit by methods of punishment, demolishing and draconian.
Now he seems to have finally passed the bow. He sent German player Alexandros Alexiou a message from Whatsapp in which he threatened to expel him and, in addition to a series of insults, declared: "I am your new Hitler!" A veritable scandal that the local newspaper Chronicle of Montgomery County publicly publishes made.
Now Brown has resigned. Although he has celebrated great success with the team, recent developments "make it almost impossible to stay here," he writes in a statement. "The coverage of the Montgomery County Chronicle drastically reduced my ability to do my job and thwart our football program." The insight seems different. (Ec)