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Old 10-09-2009, 12:06 PM #1
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Question for a pro player

First and foremost this is a question for a PRO PLAYER not some douchebag kid that thinks he knows whats up. So if u are not on a pro roster or were not recently then please do not post.

My question is this, how much money per year ( a salary ) would it take for you to coach a team? And when I say coach a team I mean being at at least 1-2 practices a month. Keeping in steady contact with the captain of the team. Being in the pits at Major events. And possibly getting some friends of your caliber to also lend a helping hand. This is a serious question, I have a number in my head, and if it is at least close to what they would expect. Then it would be very plausible to have a strong d2 or d3 team pay a monthly team due and easily pay this player salary.

Thanks, and let me know please!
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Old 10-09-2009, 01:27 PM #2
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Sorry for being a douchebag kid and answering, but I know a lot of guys on the team have their own commitments which can get in the way of coaching. (College, schedules at events, etc)

Plus, you'll probably have to bring your team to wherever they are practicing.
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Old 10-09-2009, 01:50 PM #3
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coming from a coach of indianapolis mutiny/roommate to the owner of mutiny:
unless your willing to travel to where we happen to be practicing that weekend, then the chances of this "coach" being present is not plausible. futhermore, the chances of you finding a pro player to coach you hands on is very slim, seeing as how your expecting a pro player to coach you. this "coach" is going to have his own team he has to play for. and the pro team would come way before your team in the grand scheme of things. also, at the events you wouldnt want the coach in the pits, you would want him sideline coaching you. so he would either be behind the net on the snake side, or d side. and last, the chances of you being in contact with this "coach" 2 or 3 times a week are also very slim. Tommy(owner/player for mutiny) gets around 100-120 calls a day, and i am not bull****ting. emails could possibly work. so hopefully you knew all of this already.thats just a little bit to help you make your decision.
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Old 10-09-2009, 06:25 PM #4
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I will need about 60k a year, i accept cash
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Old 10-09-2009, 07:26 PM #5
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Old 10-10-2009, 02:08 PM #6
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coming from a coach of indianapolis mutiny/roommate to the owner of mutiny:
unless your willing to travel to where we happen to be practicing that weekend, then the chances of this "coach" being present is not plausible. futhermore, the chances of you finding a pro player to coach you hands on is very slim, seeing as how your expecting a pro player to coach you. this "coach" is going to have his own team he has to play for. and the pro team would come way before your team in the grand scheme of things. also, at the events you wouldnt want the coach in the pits, you would want him sideline coaching you. so he would either be behind the net on the snake side, or d side. and last, the chances of you being in contact with this "coach" 2 or 3 times a week are also very slim. Tommy(owner/player for mutiny) gets around 100-120 calls a day, and i am not bull****ting. emails could possibly work. so hopefully you knew all of this already.thats just a little bit to help you make your decision.
I definatly and completely understand all of that and those are a lot of the answers I am looking for. I would never expect a player to put me and my team in front of his prior commitments. Maybe what I am looking for is a former pro, or former d1 player. Maybe they would have more free time and be able to commit more.
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Old 10-12-2009, 10:14 AM #7
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