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03-22-2012, 04:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Minor Boarding View Post
Interviews based on statements for example like:
Q:Coach your team had a productive 4th line tonight. How did you like Clifford scoring?
A:That's what we are preeaching, blablabla, that's what we need, right?

Q:King is looking great on the 2nd line. What do you think about him, what does he add to the 2nd line play?
A:Winning puck battles, yadayada, succesfull line, we need it, right?

//I hate when journalists/questioneer first make an answer to the question that follows.

In your case I personally don't like the way the article is formulated:
Example:


You already state the same thing (green) that's gonna follow by a players quote (orange).



I appreciate you putting up the hard work to make them.
No hard feelings, eh?

ps: Me, being fed up today doesn't help either.
He has short paragraphs that introduce the quote and place it in context. That doesn't mean he (or someone else) actually made those leading statements to the player, which seems to be what you're inferring.

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