Which idea from this excerpt further complicates Neto’s conflict? will upvote:P Neto urges the players to take a stand against the comments. All of the players raise their hands to boycott the next football game. Neto and his teammates talk to their coach about the problem. The coach doesn’t support Neto, Jesse, and the other teammate. Read the excerpt from It’s Our World, Too!: Young People Who Are Making a Difference. “Look,” Neto said, “if we don’t take a stand now, those fans will say those things forever. Even after we graduate, they’ll keep putting Hispanic players down. We have a chance to stop it now. Finally there was no more to say. The question came: “Who votes not to play the next game?” Every player raised his hand. That night, Neto, Jesse, and another teammate walked into the coach’s office and handed him their uniforms and pads. They explained why they were leaving and expected him to understand, but they were disappointed. “The coach said, ‘Quitting will just make it worse,'” Neto remembers. “He said the fans would call us losers and quitters instead of respecting us. Nothing could convince him. After a while we just walked out.” Now there was no turning back.