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06-18-2013, 06:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Tawnos View Post
I thought we were talking about why great players so often fail as coaches, not about guys who decided they didn't want to be.
When those great players falter the 1st time as coaches, why don't they decide to pick themselves up & stay within the profession at that level?

Often times they will just disappear altogether or go into lower quality/less stressful levels of coaching. Or go to lower levels where they will have a higher profile. Why not just try to work themselves back up again?

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