Today working a game at an indoor facility the following conversation was overheard and I'd like your guys opinion if this would constitute enough reason to show a red card to a coach (as required by the facility). With the game clock about to expire the referee called a foul inside the center circle after advantage didn't materialized. The player kicked all the way inside the goal since the keeper wasn't expecting the kick form that far. The goal tied the game and clock expired right thereafter. The coach approached the referee complaining that it wasn't a foul and started complaining about perceived non-calls against his team during the game. The referee kept waling past the coach who followed still complaining about the call that led to the goal, after seen that the referee wasn't taking the bait and didn't engage the coach said kind of loud for people around to hear (including his teenager players still around). "I'll call (the assignor name) and I'll make sure you never ref here again". The referee showed him the red card and said he had been sent off, the referee said that he took offense with what was said as he perceived as a threat and as offensive. The coach continue now in a lower voice half apologized saying that he only meant that he would ask the assignor not to assign the referee to his games only to which the referee replied, "Go ahead". After realizing what stupid thing he had said the coach now started to back track and apologized pretty much saying that he would stop complaining if the referee didn't report the card. What a deal huh? So would you report the card or forget about it? DO you think it was enough reason to show the red? Fire away.