To be blunt about it, if that's how they treat people standing by their principles, they can jam their workplace back up where their heads would have clearly gotten lost. I doubt that's what's happened though. I'd expect that this was all a bit of a misunderstanding to do with the nonsense going on before the friendly, and West Brom have had to back track and pay lip service as to not risk losing the hard right demographic. Who knows though...
I didn't assume anything. I explained in what situation I would have a problem, then asked whether this was the case. Given the cameras are his idea, it's not unreasonable to have concerns over his involvement.
No, unless I've got it wrong it's nothing to do with Morris really. It's his idea I think. He's paying for the cameras (?) but it's purely for coaches to access when they want. Whether to discuss things with a player(s). Analyse shape or habits or technique etc, things you might be missing when you can't get that one to one time during sessions. It's for coaches to see what's being taught in other age groups etc. To educate them. It part of the plan to make it one complete club. U7's to seniors. Being able to sit kids/teenagers down and have a videos to show them. Videos to show coaches. That's the thing that I think might not be coming across in this. These are just ideas and strategies by Mel Morris to make sure every coach and player has everything they need to do their job better. To make it one complete club. He said himself that his skill isn't picking teams and tactics.
Dont worry if you were going I would be on my best behaviour and make sure I spoke clearly and concisely. I might even be polite and courteous too, just like you should be when meeting, talking to or about someone you dont actually know.