teach judo players to compete.
take them to tournament.
give them the forward go on whats ahead (because i know the players)
they bow on.
my player gets shido'd for crossgripping, even though the other kid held a crossgrip first.
BAM... second shido!
my player gets shido'd a second time for same thing.
referee has a shitty look (but there's no difference between players.
player wards off a couple seoi's.
opponent goes in for another.
my player counters with a sorta lateral ura nage, (no score)...
they don't even replay footage.
match continues (two shidos on my player)
he keeps attacking (because he's behind in penalties)
gets reversaled on an osoto out of bounds.
my player walks off the mat trying to contain his anger, all worked up from the rude demeanor of the ref (same as last 2 times).
i have to explain to him that even losing illegitimately is still worth learning from.
what is the best way to require the referee's to replay footage!
ftr; i have at least 4 counts of this referee's blatant bias towards me and my club on footage and its probably enough to start a highlight reel and 'youtube' his incompetence.
2) opinions? if i displayed footage of this particular referee being bias, would that be particularly unethical?
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