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How does the coach's view of success differ from the critic's view? Explain.
The critics look for good players that they can get money off of. All the coach wants is players to make the team a winning team, Not a losing team!! I know this personally since I play for a coach who tells us all these interesting facts. [ For instance, he told us it takes 10,000 hours to be a professional at anything. ]
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