A soccer club in Surrey has been suspended after its managers were accused of abusing their authority.
The Central City Breakers Football Club organizes soccer for about 3,000 players – boys, girls and adults.
The South District Girls Soccer Association has suspended the club after receiving a complaint earlier this month.
Amar Bains, who does not have a child signed up in the club, accuses seven managers of conflict of interest because they sit on another club’s board.
He claims, among other things, the Breakers’ membership fees were being used to pay for the other club’s field rentals.
The suspension means the club can’t register players with the district right now.
No one from the Breakers would do an interview, but a statement on its website says they have asked for more details, and that they will appeal.
A disciplinary hearing will be held next month.