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I'm trying to imagine how hard Titi would have laughed if a 26 year old assistant tried to give him any semblance of instruction


He probably would have laughed as hard as he did when a 58 year old Swede tried to give him instruction...

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26?  

is this guy signed as coach or coach/player?

 

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I feel like we are going see much more within RB global moves for the coming decade - either players outside the org comes in to NY, play a bit, and are evaluated by/sold to Salzburg/Leipzig, or players on outskirts of Leipzig/Salzburg come over here for change of scenery. 

 

I suspect coaches will be Austrian (or at least have coached at come level in Salzburg/Leipzig)  

 

I guess this is similar to what they have been trying to do for a bit (RZA) but I think there will be more integration and movement on the coaching end with the goal being consistency across the teams. Hopefully that doesn't leave Woly on the outs. I could see they try to shuffle him to Liefring or something as an assistant for a year.  



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I feel like we are going see much more within RB global moves for the coming decade - either players outside the org comes in to NY, play a bit, and are evaluated by/sold to Salzburg/Leipzig, or players on outskirts of Leipzig/Salzburg come over here for change of scenery. 

 

I suspect coaches will be Austrian (or at least have coached at come level in Salzburg/Leipzig)  

 

I guess this is similar to what they have been trying to do for a bit (RZA) but I think there will be more integration and movement on the coaching end with the goal being consistency across the teams. Hopefully that doesn't leave Woly on the outs. I could see they try to shuffle him to Liefring or something as an assistant for a year.  

This sounds like SYNERGY! to me.



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I feel like we are going see much more within RB global moves for the coming decade - either players outside the org comes in to NY, play a bit, and are evaluated by/sold to Salzburg/Leipzig, or players on outskirts of Leipzig/Salzburg come over here for change of scenery. 
 
I suspect coaches will be Austrian (or at least have coached at come level in Salzburg/Leipzig)  
 
I guess this is similar to what they have been trying to do for a bit (RZA) but I think there will be more integration and movement on the coaching end with the goal being consistency across the teams. Hopefully that doesn't leave Woly on the outs. I could see they try to shuffle him to Liefring or something as an assistant for a year.  



In order for rbny to develop their kids, they will also have to develop the skills of their coaches. Guys like woly and sekagya should benefit.

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In order for rbny to develop their kids, they will also have to develop the skills of their coaches. Guys like woly and sekagya should benefit.


Yeah I feel like those guys have been "good soldiers" for years, hopefully long serving coaching staff like them enjoy a little more loyalty than long serving players have in the last few years.




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