Win a game, don't apologize for doing so, get fired

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Re: Win a game, don't apologize for doing so, get fired

Post by lashley » Wed Aug 12, 2009 3:44 pm

Holyman wrote:
lashley wrote:Hes an adult he should be ready for the big wide world.
He was talking about the children. If you're coach gets fired for standing up for something he beleives in, what are the children going to learn?
I know there was hint of sarcasm in my post. But if your coach DOES NOT get fired for promoting bad sportsmanship, then what are the kids gonna learn then? Law isn't decided by 'what are the kids gonna learn from this?' though i believe they should consider this notion.
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Re: Win a game, don't apologize for doing so, get fired

Post by Fish #641 » Wed Aug 12, 2009 4:36 pm

He didn't get fired for winning 100-0; he got fired for what he said to the newspaper.
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