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Old Jun 26th, 2009, 04:36 PM   #23
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Re: time to hire up a coach?

It's one thing to hire or add a new coach and it's another if she actually listens to said new coach and she's willing to adapt to changes. You see it's so easy to says things from the outside looking in but do you really have any idea what's going on with her or Mike? And what they have been through all these years?

How are you so sure that a new coach will not be disruptive? It doesn't always follow that a new coach will be a positive change. Then she'll waste a few months of her career. And do you guys really think that Maria's team is this dumb to not notice if a change needs to be made? They have been working in the sport more than any of us here combined so I'm guessing they know. Also, if you say Mike's become such a good friend then wouldn't he, as a friend, maybe suggest that something needs to be done so she can please her fans and win a slam a year?
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