Whats your favorite coach of all time?

wesmore24

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Whats your favorite coaches of all time? Just tell us the name of the coach and the sport that they coached in. My fav. is Phil Jaskson from the Lakers, he won 10 championships, i mean it dosnt get much better than that.
 
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GMOESAF

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Manchester united and the gaffer is Sir Alex Ferguson the living legend the greatest football manager ever he is the greatest coach of all time encompassing every sport out there
 

Gregorious

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Currently unemployed Coach Chucky (Jon Gruden) never has being angry been so funny. Google him for a good laugh, but don't get me wrong brilliant coach. I do concede Belichick as probably the greatest, he'd cut Kobe day one and not flinch.
 
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Herm Edwards is pretty funny in those knowing his style back when he was coaching. He was a walking quote machine, in the good way, not like the current Jets coach.
 
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Walter Smith

moved in to coaching at Dundee United under Jim McLean,

took charge of Scotland's under-18 and under-21 teams,

assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson at the 1986 FIFA World Cup,

manager of Rangers and he enjoyed great success in two trophy-laden spells at the club winning 21 major honours, including ten league titles, and guiding the club to the UEFA Cup final in 2008,

managed Premier League club Everton for four seasons,

appointed Scotland manager in 2004 after a brief stint as assistant manager to Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United,

then back to the Mighty Glasgow Rangers

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Rangers
Scottish Premier League (10): 1990–91, 1991–92, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11
Scottish Cup (5): 1991–92, 1992–93, 1995–96, 2007–08, 2008–09
Scottish League Cup (6): 1992–93, 1993–94, 1996–97, 2007–08, 2009–10, 2010–11

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Scotland
Kirin Cup (1): 2006
 
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Kopkiwi

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Bob Pailsey. Greatest coach ever in regards to British Football.

Ignore Fergie, he hasn't been able to dominate the same way Bob was. It's only recently, 30 years later that a coach has threatened his 3 trophies in 7 years.
 

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[QUOTE="Kopkiwi, post: 5574946]Bob Pailsey. Greatest coach ever in regards to British Football.

Ignore Fergie, he hasn't been able to dominate the same way Bob was. It's only recently, 30 years later that a coach has threatened his 3 trophies in 7 years.[/QUOTE]

Either him, jock stein or brian clough for me.
 

Funeralfog

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Casey Stengel - New York Yankees. he won 5 World series in a Row, then went on to win 2 more, he is known for saying the most random shit imaginable which was hilarious, but he was an absolute Genius when it came to baseball. even was a good player in the 20's. one of the main reasons the Yanks won 6 WS in the 50's and won the pennant in just about every year in the decade.
 
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anflecher

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My favourite football coach is Sir Matt Busby. He is the century's best football coach.He was the epitome of class and sportsmanship, building a special team chemistry. He was the greatest recruiter to ever step onto a football field.
 

Danny2304

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^^ He also played for Liverpool :p

My favorite coach will always be Bill Shankly, the guy was a legend and made Liverpool what it was.

[video=youtube;USkAmJ_N4m0]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USkAmJ_N4m0[/video]
 
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Howard Schnellenberger and everything he did for Miami U football. The amount of kids he has probably kept out of jail and gave them a reason to live has no comparison to any other coach from any sport. Not to mention how he turned a sports team that used to hand out tickets for free at the local fast food shops into a team where tickets were over the average price for an NCAA football game in just one year. I just wish he had stayed longer! Miami would've turned heads all through the 80's and into the 90's.