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Shinko Gakuen High School manager was beating players, accepting money from parents

by on Dec.03, 2012 @ 11:56 pm, under High School

The media learned on Monday that Shinko Gakuen High School manager was given an indefinite coaching suspension that began November 27 for slapping a number of players on the baseball team.  He also reportedly accepted money or gift certificates (from 30,000 to 50,000 yen) from five sets of caretakers/parents.

According to the high school, between last year and May 2012, the manager of the baseball team slapped a number of players in the face after making mistakes during practices.  He also reportedly hit a coach and a second year student in June.  With regards to the money he received from caretakers/parents, he said he used a portion of it to purchase baseball equipment for graduating students that were planning to continue playing baseball.

The incidents were uncovered when a number of caretaker/parents stepped forward with concerns.

Source: Sanspo 12/3/2012Daily Sports 12/3/2012