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Pro Silverbacks- time for a coaching change?

May 16 2012 at 9:51 PM
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over the last two years the silverbacks have played some 35 games winning only 4. They have some pretty good players and most of the other teams in their division are not all that strong themselves. Just playing the odds would allow one to think that the silverbacks would luck out on a game or two beyond their four wins.

This year, already, they have started three games without their full complement of starters due to red cards and tonight they received yet another red card, making this the fourth game of 7 they have played short.

Think its time for new leadership???

 
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Excatly the coach commits red cards. Time for change

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May 16 2012, 10:23 PM 

good point change the coach. Idiot

 
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Re: Excatly the coach commits red cards. Time for change

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May 16 2012, 11:05 PM 

You know, if it was one red card I would say something.

But repeated red cards, in a predictable pattern? Maybe it is leadership. I've played on teams where that stuff was dealt with and not allowed... and teams where they were badges of honor.

Guess which teams were better...

 
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Re: Excatly the coach commits red cards. Time for change

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May 17 2012, 8:14 AM 

What a moronic thing to say. Of course it's the coaches fault if his players are collecting so many red cards. Have you never heard of training?

 
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So a team plays short for four straight games, and ...

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May 17 2012, 10:36 PM 

... starts four straight games without one of their starters playing, and the coach has nothing to do with this??????

Who is the "idiot" here?

Team and player game discipline is a direct function of coaching leadership.

Yes, occasional red cards are beyond the control of the coach. Some red cards can even be very necessary for the success of the team (see last world cup). If the silverbacks were winning even twice more than 4 games over one plus seasons no one would care about the number of red cards.

But when the silverbacks rarely ever win a game over some 38 games, although playing close in most games, the red cards become a very important factor in their ability to be competitive.

 
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Anonymous

Coach got to go! Nothing has changed with the new one...

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May 17 2012, 8:19 AM 


 
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If they lose to the Revolution on Tuesday in the Open Cup, heads will roll.

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May 17 2012, 8:25 AM 


 
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