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02-10-2013, 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by J StClair28 View Post
The irony actually burns.

So you're in the bandwagon that wants to fire a coach after a team loses a few in a row, but as soon as they win once or twice, all is forgiven until the next time they lose a few in a row?
For now, I'm in the fire Yeo -bandwagon. But the play dictates it. If the play gets better and better, I'm happy with Yeo. But if the Wild continues to struggle, then I think he should be fired. And everything is not forgiven after a win. I was just saying that the win gave Yeo some more time.

And IMO, the Wild have looked horrible all season long, even in the beginning when they won a few games. But the last game showed signs of a positive direction and if it keeps the same, I suddenly hop off the bandwagon. It's the play that dictates it.

Again, I like Yeo as a person and I would love to watch him succeed. But being a good guy doen't necessarily make someone a good coach.

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