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Re: You reap what you sow

By AgentEves18/9 16:36Wed Sep 18 16:36:20 2019In response to Re: You reap what you sow

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Comparing women's football to men's football is the most tedious argument against the quality of women's football.

MS coached at the elite level of women's football. You don't get there by accident. He showed during that world cup that he was tactically astute, and there is no reason why being a good tactician in women's football would mean you're not a good tactician in men's football.

Honestly, the only difference I've noticed, from a coaching perspective, is that men are far more stubborn and revert to habit much more than women. Women, in my experience, are much more willing learners, have less of an ego, and are less likely to ignore tactics and just do whatever they think is best.

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