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Sports Talk: Ex-coach writes must-read book

October 3, 2013

A year ago at this time, Marietta resident Bob Springer was in the middle of a project. The former prep football coach was writing a book, and it took him about four months to do so....

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clickhere

Oct-04-13 12:03 AM

Well said, Mr. Springer.

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MaryPoppins

Oct-04-13 3:42 PM

Its generation Y's dumb expectations if their children......don't expect my child to work hard, but give him what he thinks he deserves.

Coaches need to toughen up. If a child wants to be entitled, send them packing. In Marietta, we'd only have a few left on our teams.

Some coach sometime will have the guts.

Here"s hoping it starts in basketball and continues.....please Coach Duckworth and staff.

If moms and dads have a problem, ban them from the site.

Some parents keep running coaches out, where's the support Mr Lee. Or Guimond.

Get a restrain I g order and shut these people up before we have no coaches

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MURPHY77

Oct-05-13 3:43 PM

MARY POPPINS GOOD JOB...SELFISH AND DOMINANT PARENTS ARE THE PROBLEM. THE ANSWER LIES WITH "THE REST OF THE PARENTS" WHO NEED TO TELL THOSE WHO STEP OVER THE LINE TO "KNOCK IT OFF". LEE AND THE AD FACE A NEW BATCH OF "KNOW IT ALL PARENTS" EVERY YEAR..NOW ONE OF THEM IS GOING TO RUN FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD. THE CURRENT BOARD APPROACH IS GREAT AND THE BOARD HAS A GREAT LEADER. LOOK, REJECT THE PARENTS WHO WANT A SPECIAL DEAL FOR THEIR CHILD AND TELL THE CANDIDATE TO GET LOST.

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