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Brad Adler takes an in-depth look at the ten greatest coaches of the modern NFL - Brown, Lombardi, Landry, Shula, Madden, Noll, Walsh, Parcells, Holmgren, and the recently returned Joe Gibbs - investigating what traits and qualities they share and how they achieved such great success. He discusses both coaching matters - the art of coaching at which all ten profiles excelled - and why coaching matters, showing how a great coach can succeed no matter what obstacles he faces.
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"Part self-help motivation, part history, COACHING MATTERS is a must read that takes you inside the real world of the NFL.The author has provided the most in-depth analysis of the NFL's major problem today, that of the successful organization being ham-strung by salary caps and free agency. The common denominators he describes that link successful coaches from Paul Brown through Mike Holmgren-single purpose, flexibility, and strength of character-would probably parallel those of the greatest generals. Thank you, Brad Adler, as I will now use Coaching Matters as a reference." Dan Reeves, head coach, Atlanta FalconsAbout the Author:
Formerly a sports agent consultant, Brad Adler contributed to Dominance: The Best Seasons of Pro Football's Greatest Teams (Brassey's, Inc., 2002) by Eddie Epstein. He lives in Owings Mills, Maryland.
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Book Description Potomac Books Inc., 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111574886142
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