By Edri K. Aznar
ORGANIZERS of the Cebu Amateur Football Club 10th National Interclub Football Cup have a new headache to face-misbehaving parents.
A football mom of Don Bosco College reportedly got irked and confronted a player from the opposing team for getting too physical with her son during DBC's 2-0 win over Blessed John XXIII Seminary yesterday.
"A player who tried to stop the confrontation got scratches on his face," said CAFC president Glen Quisido.
Because of the confrontation, the football mom won't be able to watch her son again in the tournament.
"In our initial plan, the Don Bosco parent won't be able to go near the field again," said Quisido, who was set to meet the rest of the CAFC officers late last night to discuss the incident.
Referee Archie Reyes was also set to submit his official report last night.
Aside from banning the enraged parent from the games, Quisido has already set up other measures.
"We will cordon the area so that only the players, coaches and officials will be in the field," he said.
The parents and spectators will now have a specific area from where they can watch the games, away from the field.
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