I don't understand this whole athletic mentantality of firing a coach when they don't have a winning season. So many area coaches have been fired in the past year that I've lost conunt. Well, only 1 school can win the state championship, not all of them. And 49% of the teams have to have a below average track record. The real questions for all of these fired coaches should be: did they give the players the very best training possible? Did they teach them teamwork? Did players leave their season as better people for playing? Did they work hard and strive for their goals? Is so, praise the coaches instead of firing them. Again, everyone can't be the best, even with the very best coach in the world. Part of it is inborn talent and luck (what school do the best players attend this year?). Every year some players will leave and new ones will join, just like in the game of life. If the made the best of what they had and taught values, they will be winners in life which is way more important than this GAME!
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