ORANGEVALE (CBS13) — Parents are speaking out after the arrest of a youth soccer coach accused of child sex charges.
The coach was dismissed on Wednesday after deputies say he tried to have sex with a 13-year-old girl on Tuesday.
The team met to practice for the first time since his arrest on Wednesday, and some parents decided to leave the team in wake of the allegations against Tim Nosal.
One day after the coach’s arrest, soccer took a backseat to the safety of the children at the Orangevale Soccer Club practice.
“Our boys were all treated well and untouched, for sure. We just clarified that amongst ourselves,” one parent said. “I just told them the truth. I just told Nicolai.”
The allegations that Nosal arranged to meet with a 13-year-old girl for sex at an Auburn park on his lunch break stunned family we spoke to at his home on Tuesday, and parents of his players says the evidence against him is hard to dismiss.
PARENT: He made arrangements to meet with a 13-year-old and he showed up. He showed up right?
REPORTER: Those are the allegations.
PARENT: Yeah he showed up. Pretty incriminating to show up
Soccer club administrators came to the practice after dismissing Nosal to speak with parents in person and explain Nosal’s past had been screened extensively.
Orangevale club soccer administrators came to this practice after dismissing Nosal, to speak with parents in person–explaining Nosal’s past had been screened extensively.
“There is very rigorous testing. Your entire life in California. He hasn’t had a single anything or it would have shown up and he wouldn’t have been able to coach.”
That spotless record is no more after Nosal’s arrest on child sex charges.