An inordinate number of coaches took the long walk in 2002-2003. For one horrifying spell from December to January, there seemed to be a fresh casualty a week. Never before had the job been so tenuous, the patience so thin, the pressure so unrelenting.
Well, brace yourselves, gentlemen, a new season is upon us.
And while, as the old saying goes, all coaches are hired to be fired, there are few probably the victims of more sleepless nights than their peers.
1. Paul ...
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