Short English Help: "A Chance of Attitude"

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  1. kOaMaster

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    Could someone explain me briefly in English what a chance of attitude means?
    I get it from the context more or less but never heard or read it like this.
    (sentence: "Explain his chance of attitude before the competition starts."

    thank you :)
     
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  2. Rippy

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    I presume it's a mistake.

    It should probably be "change of attitude".
     
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