Originally Posted by timnz
I sometimes have wondered whether players who are naturals, make for poorer coaches. Things come so easily for them, they would 't know how to articulate something to pass onto others. Whereas players who had to struggle, had to learn bit by bit can convey the components much more readily because they have had to reflect on them a lot more.
Top coaches - roche, cahill, gilbert, annacone - guys who were very good players but not quite at the top.
Just a theory.
You should add Stefanki to that list - a very good coach.
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