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July 24th, 2003 at 6:07 pm

unorthodox coaching method

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Reading over someone’s shoulder on the train this morning I spied the headline ‘Pagan: I won’t change’ in a section of the paper seemingly devoted to a critique of footy’s current coaching styles.
‘Hmm,’ I thought. ‘That’s an unorthodox approach.’
Do they employ druids? Does it mean dancing? Are training sessions held under the full moon? Where do they put the gourds?
And, most importantly, DOES IT WORK?
This led to a good ten minutes of wonderment.
Before reality kicked in.
‘Oh, it’s Dennis Pagan’.
Not quite what I’d envisaged at all.

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One Response to “unorthodox coaching method”

  1. Daniel Says:

    Yeah, sometimes it’s obvious who the headlines are shouting about… sometimes not. I had a funny example of this a couple of days ago in the paper, but I can’t remember what it was now. D’oh.