I haven’t done this before, but I’m interested in reader opinion of one or more of the following questions:
What defines a “good coach”?
What makes a coach good or bad? Obviously there’s winning. A coach that wins is never questioned. But there’s more to it than winning.
What else defines a good coach besides winning?
How do winning/good coaches get their teams to win?
Can you be a good coach if your team wins but hates you/you’re an asshole?
Can coaches whose teams have losing records more often than not be considered “good coaches”?
How many losing seasons does it take for a coach to be moved from “good” to “bad”?
I have my own thoughts, but I’d like to hear yours. Post your initials or a moniker after your statement so I can easily refer to you.