I wish the 99th post would of replaced the 1st beat around the bush post.... A lot has changed in month or so.... an as before.... 1. I am not saying a change is not warranted 2. Never a fan of the Coach in question (because of research when there was little to go on) 3. and I support the Ohio Stingray organization but to loop me into a coach who degrades "little" girls, threats and misappropriation of funds is quite disheartening, because if you know me at all, even though quite loud and push them mightily out on the field, I love the girls to death. I am hoping that we aren't just piling on the accusations (degrading) and making it now look worse than it just being drama filled and having a bad unorganized coach. I REALLY hope that you have just learned of the degrading from your research from the time you posted initially, because I would imagine that would be in the forefront of your initial argument rather than win/losses, drama teams, high turnover and leading with a misappropriation of funds. If there is a coach stepping over the line of emotionally abusing the girls, misappropriation of funds outside of the game, threats to someones well-being, then a change is obviously warranted. If it is drama filled teams, high turnover, losing record, then a mentor coach/management can step in and help the newbie coach and/or removed them. And the threat of being black-balled, team jumping argument.... there is plenty of softball in the state of Ohio to think a coach of two years has that much power is ridiculous and gullible.