You wrote "if he goes, it will be a sad day in the West but a happy day in the East." Why will it be a happy day at East if Finn goes? I don't get it. I'm only reading the comments and don't have much to go on. Could you clue is in? Why will it be a happy day at East if Finn goes?
Then you wrote about a "coach who can't win without talent." That sounds illogical. Can any coach win without talent? Did you mean the coach has no talent or did you mean talent on the team? I don't get it.
Finally, When Roger Waters sang, “Who is the strongest, who is the best, who holds the aces, the East or the West. This is the crap our children are learning” he was referring to global politics, but it fits so appropriately here: here the students are watching and this is the crap our students are learning? This, I get.
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