You know, there's being upset with your coaches and being SO upset with your coaches that you're willing to cost your team a win.
Take the case of Austin Krause, a hockey goalie on the high school team in Farmington, Minnesota. Last game of the season, senior night to be specific, he gets put in the game (finally!) with the team up 2-1 and just minutes left to play. The puck comes near the net, but instead of clearing it, he slaps into his own net for a goal for the opposing team. He then skates away, turns toward his coaches and flips them off, then leaves the arena. WTF?
Why? Here's some explanation from Krause's Facebook page:
"They played this sophomore goalie for the starter, he was terrible, I would try and talk to the coaches about this and tell them I want playing time but they never really listen to me or gave me a chance to show them that I'm a better goalie but still wouldn't trust me so I had it it with I asked a few of my players if they care if I did it and they didn't care they thought it would be funny so at the third period they dumped it in I stopped it put in my net started to skate off then flicked the coaches not the team the coaches then I saluted them then got off. My hockey season is over. I did it for myself. [Like my status] if you think the coaches should quit:)"