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July 5, To whom it may concern, Mr [redacted] is referring to two separate teams and games played on different datesOne game played on Sunday July played by his under year old team Xolos and another game playee on Friday July 4th Manchester United under years old Sunday July 6, Xolos under and a team called California Bears White, CBW under playedXolos lost the game 4-During the game the California Bears White, CBW coach requested the referee verify via birth certificates ages of specific Xolos team playersThe Xolos coach provided copies of birth certificates to the refereeThe Xolos coach proceeded to protest specific players on the CBW teamThe CBW coach provided original birth certificates of those players in question to the refereeAt the conclusion of the game both coaches signed and received carbon copies of the Game Roster listing each team’s players, a synopsis outlining the game protest, and the final score On Monday, July 7, The Director requested the CBW coach bring the original birth certificates and his carbon copy of the Game Roster to the office of California Soccer LeagueThe CBW coach presented the documents to the Director for his review on Monday, July The Director postponed posting the game score online in order to complete an investigationWhen Mr [redacted] spoke to our staff person, [redacted] Mr [redacted] was told the CBW team provided the referee player documentation on the field the day of the game and brought the documents to the office for the Director ‘s reviewMr [redacted] did not come to the office to discuss the matter, or provide original birth certificatesOur adult league staff person, [redacted] was informed by the Director that Mr [redacted] had spoken to him on the previous Friday and he had invited Mr [redacted] to come speak with him any time regarding any concerns, and that Mr [redacted] left a voicemail (available upon request) stating do not call me back I am leaving your leagueA parent from one of the three teams playing in our league Mr [redacted] coached came to the office (contact information available upon request)He notified us Mr [redacted] would no longer be coaching the teams, Xolos Under 7, Manchester United Under 9, and Mexico Under and that each team would play in the league the next seasonand that the incident which occurred on Friday, July 5th when Mr [redacted] pulled the Manchester United under year old players off the field during the middle of the game when the team began losing would not happen againand that the parents were unhappy with the way he yelled at the kids, as well as, being disatisfied with the fact Mr [redacted] failed to tell them that three of the Manchester under players were above the age range so there was no way the team could advance to the finals Regarding Desired Settlement, • On Sunday, July Xolos lost the semi final game to CBW, to Xolos did not qualify to move to the final playoff game It should be noted that two of the Xolos under players, who played on July were earlier in the season denied to play on the CBW team due to being too old to play on the CBW under team, (available upon request pictures of players on the field during the game.) • The youth on the Xolos team as well as the other two teams are still playing in California Soccer League under a different coachThe Xolos under team did not advance due to losing their gameThe Manchester United under team did not advance to the finals due to players on the team being older than years oldThe Director has spoken to the Manchester Under team parents regarding league rules for older youth playing in a division below their age level • On June 6, during the youth coaches meeting, game protest policy was reviewedYouth leagues do not provide player personal information to the publicStandard youth league policy is that a league official reviews player personal information to determine legitimacy of playerLeague staff is directed to never disclose player personal documentation in order to protect the youth’s privacyThe CBW team coach was not allowed to view Xolos youth player personal documentation and the Xolos coach will not be allowed to view CBW youth player birth certificates or ID’s If you have any questions please contact me directly Sincerely, [redacted] California Soccer League Director

July 5, 2014
To whom it may concern,
Mr. [redacted] is referring to two separate teams and games played on different dates. One game played on 
Sunday July 6 played by his under 7 year old team Xolos and another game playee on Friday July 4th
Manchester...

United under 9 years old. 
Sunday July 6, Xolos under 7 and a team called California Bears White, CBW under 7 played. Xolos lost the game 
4-0. During the game the California Bears White, CBW coach requested the referee verify via birth certificates 
ages of specific Xolos team players. The Xolos coach provided copies of birth certificates to the referee. The 
Xolos coach proceeded to protest specific players on the CBW team. The CBW coach provided original birth 
certificates of those players in question to the referee. At the conclusion of the game both coaches signed and 
received carbon copies of the Game Roster listing each team’s players, a synopsis outlining the game protest, 
and the final score. 
On Monday, July 7, The Director requested the CBW coach bring the original birth certificates and his carbon 
copy of the Game Roster to the office of California Soccer League. The CBW coach presented the documents 
to the Director for his review on Monday, July 7. The Director postponed posting the game score online in 
order to complete an investigation. When Mr. [redacted] spoke to our staff person, [redacted] Mr. [redacted] was 
told the CBW team provided the referee player documentation on the field the day of the game and brought the 
documents to the office for the Director ‘s review. Mr. [redacted] did not come to the office to discuss the matter, 
or provide original birth certificates. Our adult league staff person, [redacted] was informed by the Director that 
Mr. [redacted] had spoken to him on the previous Friday and he had invited Mr. [redacted] to come speak with 
him any time regarding any concerns, and that Mr. [redacted] left a voicemail (available upon request) stating 
do not call me back I am leaving your league. A parent from one of the three teams playing in our league Mr. 
[redacted] coached came to the office (contact information available upon request). He notified us Mr. [redacted] 
would no longer be coaching the teams, Xolos Under 7, Manchester United Under 9, and Mexico Under 13 and 
that each team would play in the league the next season... and that the incident which occurred on Friday, July 
 5th when Mr. [redacted] pulled the Manchester United under 9 year old players off the field during the middle of 
the game when the team began losing would not happen again.... and that the parents were unhappy with the 
way he yelled at the kids, as well as, being disatisfied with the fact Mr. [redacted] failed to tell them that three of 
the Manchester under 9 players were above the age range so there was no way the team could advance to the 
finals.
Regarding Desired Settlement,
• On Sunday, July 6 Xolos lost the semi final game to CBW, 0 to 4. Xolos did not qualify to move to the final 
playoff game. 
 It should be noted that two of the Xolos under 7 players, who played on July 6 were earlier in the season 
 denied to play on the CBW team due to being too old to play on the CBW under 7 team, (available upon
 request pictures of players on the field during the game.)
 
• The youth on the Xolos team as well as the other two teams are still playing in California Soccer 
League under a different coach. The Xolos under 7 team did not advance due to losing their game. The 
Manchester United under 9 team did not advance to the finals due to players on the team being older 
than 9 years old. The Director has spoken to the Manchester Under 9 team parents regarding league 
rules for older youth playing in a division below their age level. 
• On June 6, during the youth coaches meeting, game protest policy was reviewed. Youth leagues do not 
provide player personal information to the public. Standard youth league policy is that a league official 
reviews player personal information to determine legitimacy of player. League staff is directed to never 
disclose player personal documentation in order to protect the youth’s privacy. The CBW team coach 
was not allowed to view Xolos youth player personal documentation and the Xolos coach will not be 
allowed to view CBW youth player birth certificates or ID’s.
If you have any questions please contact me directly.
Sincerely,
[redacted]
California Soccer League Director

Review: CaliforniaSoccerLeague; I feel they are very irresponsible in all areas of their organization (Administrative, scheduling, processing, and supervision).Last Sunday we had a game with his ex founder or ex partner (CoCo) there was a protest on one of my player for his age by the coach we provided birth certificate and picture ID; however when I protested nothing was shown to me and the referee didn't even turn it in the protest form to the leeague, also all the player where Not recorded on the list of player for that day. Almost a week passed, and I called spoke with [redacted] he advised me that he didn't know what was going on, he stated he would call me back and guess what? Youre right he never did. Now we are not part of the final!Desired Settlement: I want to see proof all the birth certificates and picture ID's of the players that where submitted for protest, and an apology letter for the parents of these wonderful kids that missed out on the possibility of the final game; in addition for never contacting the Coach regarding the protest.

Business

Response:

July 5, 2014

To whom it may concern,

Mr. [redacted] is referring to two separate teams and games played on different dates. One game played on

Sunday July 6 played by his under 7 year old team Xolos and another game playee on Friday July 4th

Manchester United under 9 years old.

Sunday July 6, Xolos under 7 and a team called California Bears White, CBW under 7 played. Xolos lost the game

4-0. During the game the California Bears White, CBW coach requested the referee verify via birth certificates

ages of specific Xolos team players. The Xolos coach provided copies of birth certificates to the referee. The

Xolos coach proceeded to protest specific players on the CBW team. The CBW coach provided original birth

certificates of those players in question to the referee. At the conclusion of the game both coaches signed and

received carbon copies of the Game Roster listing each team’s players, a synopsis outlining the game protest,

and the final score.

On Monday, July 7, The Director requested the CBW coach bring the original birth certificates and his carbon

copy of the Game Roster to the office of California Soccer League. The CBW coach presented the documents

to the Director for his review on Monday, July 7. The Director postponed posting the game score online in

order to complete an investigation. When Mr. [redacted] spoke to our staff person, [redacted] Mr. [redacted] was

told the CBW team provided the referee player documentation on the field the day of the game and brought the

documents to the office for the Director ‘s review. Mr. [redacted] did not come to the office to discuss the matter,

or provide original birth certificates. Our adult league staff person, [redacted] was informed by the Director that

Mr. [redacted] had spoken to him on the previous Friday and he had invited Mr. [redacted] to come speak with

him any time regarding any concerns, and that Mr. [redacted] left a voicemail (available upon request) stating

do not call me back I am leaving your league. A parent from one of the three teams playing in our league Mr.

[redacted] coached came to the office (contact information available upon request). He notified us Mr. [redacted]

would no longer be coaching the teams, Xolos Under 7, Manchester United Under 9, and Mexico Under 13 and

that each team would play in the league the next season... and that the incident which occurred on Friday, July

5th when Mr. [redacted] pulled the Manchester United under 9 year old players off the field during the middle of

the game when the team began losing would not happen again.... and that the parents were unhappy with the

way he yelled at the kids, as well as, being disatisfied with the fact Mr. [redacted] failed to tell them that three of

the Manchester under 9 players were above the age range so there was no way the team could advance to the

finals.

Regarding Desired Settlement,

• On Sunday, July 6 Xolos lost the semi final game to CBW, 0 to 4. Xolos did not qualify to move to the final

playoff game.

It should be noted that two of the Xolos under 7 players, who played on July 6 were earlier in the season

denied to play on the CBW team due to being too old to play on the CBW under 7 team, (available upon

request pictures of players on the field during the game.)

• The youth on the Xolos team as well as the other two teams are still playing in California Soccer

League under a different coach. The Xolos under 7 team did not advance due to losing their game. The

Manchester United under 9 team did not advance to the finals due to players on the team being older

than 9 years old. The Director has spoken to the Manchester Under 9 team parents regarding league

rules for older youth playing in a division below their age level.

• On June 6, during the youth coaches meeting, game protest policy was reviewed. Youth leagues do not

provide player personal information to the public. Standard youth league policy is that a league official

reviews player personal information to determine legitimacy of player. League staff is directed to never

disclose player personal documentation in order to protect the youth’s privacy. The CBW team coach

was not allowed to view Xolos youth player personal documentation and the Xolos coach will not be

allowed to view CBW youth player birth certificates or ID’s.

If you have any questions please contact me directly.

Sincerely,

California Soccer League Director

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