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Re: Is one terrible season enough to fire "elite" coach?

if we are talking 2013's like OP said (second year mites right?) there should be at MINIMUM two hot moms on the team. And based on the time period you are going with I'll cast Kim Basinger as the second hot mom. One of the moms should have questionable moral values. Makes for a better storyline.

Re: Is one terrible season enough to fire "elite" coach?

Joey
if we are talking 2013's like OP said (second year mites right?) there should be at MINIMUM two hot moms on the team. And based on the time period you are going with I'll cast Kim Basinger as the second hot mom. One of the moms should have questionable moral values. Makes for a better storyline.
If it is PHC then it would have to be 8 mile Basinger!

Re: Is one terrible season enough to fire "elite" coach?

Best jockey in the world isn’t going to win the Preakness if he is stuck riding on a donkey. At the 2013 level, it isn’t the coach’s fault, you just have a roster full of donkeys.

Re: Is one terrible season enough to fire "elite" coach?

You are a complete tool and irresponsible parent if you let your kid stay. No way kids are having fun getting beat every week, and no way they are developing.

Move him down and let him learn to enjoy the game. Your wanna be elite status ego has him quitting in under a year.

Re: Is one terrible season enough to fire "elite" coach?

Anon
You are a complete tool and irresponsible parent if you let your kid stay. No way kids are having fun getting beat every week, and no way they are developing.

Move him down and let him learn to enjoy the game. Your wanna be elite status ego has him quitting in under a year.
Not true at all. Most development and team bonding fun happens in practice and 2013s are still having fun even if they are losing. If they aren’t it’s because the parents have put too much focus on winning and putting out the negative BS.

Re: Is one terrible season enough to fire "elite" coach?

Shut up coach

Re: Is one terrible season enough to fire "elite" coach?

How about 3 bad seasons at or near the bottom of the league? If a coach doesn't make any real changes and just keeps losing at what point does the organization say enough is enough? Does that mean the team isn't developing? Doesn't development translate into W's and L's?