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post #151 of 159 (permalink) Old 11-13-2008, 03:34 AM
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I think that we all need group therapy, like a support group don't you think?

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post #152 of 159 (permalink) Old 11-22-2008, 10:39 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Time For A New Coach

Just a very humble suggestion.

Since Nico is searching for a coach, and now Fernando is now searching for a coach, why don't the chicos hire the same coach???

I really really really miss the days when the boys used to play in the same tournaments and practice together all the time. Those were my favorite days. I loved watching them practicing together...so cute...

Again, just my humble suggestion.
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it'd be a great idea but I doubt it will happen ... why is Fernando getting another coach?

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Stefanki was awful. He told Fernando that he was going to leave him to work for the USTA (US Tennis Association)....and now it comes out that he's really going to be coaching Andy Pandy. I like Andy but kind of mean of Stefanki not to tell Fernando the truth.

No, I decided, the chicos should get the same coach.

(I don't understand why they don't take my advice. )
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He really did that?!?! that's awful, very unprofesional from him, anyway maybe it's for the best and he could find now a better coach

I don't understand either why they don't take your advice

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They NEVER take my advice. Both of them never do what I want either.

I don't understand.

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they're stubborn boys NicoFan

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Yes, indeed. That's quite the understatement. They are extremely stubborn chicos.
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to Stefanki then Nothing against Andy, but it looks like Stafanki took Fernando on when he had nothing better, and now that Andy wants him he forgets Fena Very unproffesional to lie to Fernando too. Underhanded if you ask me.

And yes, if only the chicos would listen to you Nicofan-but guys don't like to take advice

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