High School Principal Apologizes After “Fire Matt Nagy” Chants Breaks Out At The Coach’s Sons Game

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A high school principal apologized after student s went viral for chanting "fire Nagy" while playing against Matt Nagy's son in football this week

All over the Chicagoland area, fans have started to voice their displeasure with Bears head coach Matt Nagy. But maybe we can leave the man’s kids out of it…

While attending his sons high school football game in the Chicago suburbs, loud “fire Nagy” chants could be heard from the stands of the opposing team.

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After the video went viral, Cary Grove’s principal Neil Lesinski spoke on his disappointment in the students who showed ‘disrespect’ with the Matt Nagy chant.

“On behalf of Cary-Grove High School, I want to assure our community that the chant was not acceptable nor appropriate and was immediately addressed by administration at the game,” Lesinski wrote in a statement. “We hope to learn from this situation, and we have taken steps to ensure this does not happen again,” the principal added.


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Matt Nagy said he didn’t hear the chants from students while attending the game. But claims to have had several good encounters throughout the afternoon.

There has been a report that Matt Nagy will be fired after the Thanksgiving game against the Lions. but even if he lasts longer, it’s hard to envision him sticking around in Chicago for too much longer.


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