That's the word used by New York Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch to describe the New England Revolution's decision to play on despite defender Kemar Lawrence being injured on the ground. The choice, which occurred in the 55th minute of Friday's game, led to Diego Fagundez's goal, the only tally of the night.
During his press conference, Marsch made it clear that he didn't approve of the Revolution's actions. The former player would've liked to have seen his opponent play the ball out of bounds instead of moving it forward.
"The game's supposed to have honor," Marsch said. "They can claim they didn't see him. They can claim that they weren't sure if he was hurt, [but] it was clear as day that he was down on the ground. Not just one player saw him but the whole team saw him. That part for me is shameful."