A night/weekend away with the boys during the footy season may seem like a great idea but it can (and has) led to the mass sabotage or complete derailment of myriad fantasy seasons…. Common Causes Coaching through adversity is part and parcel of being a head coach, but coaching through a Bucks weekend is like actively…
Leaving your home town for more than one night during the fantasy footy season…basically all the worst parts of the bible!
As head coach it is your responsibility to ensure that your team is at no time left at the mercy of the most frustrating of Coach Killers.
We’ve all been there…One minute you’re in a happy, optimistic mood regarding your chances of fantasy glory at the weekend and then BAM, a few hours later your huddled in a corner whispering nonsensical ramblings thinking that it wouldn’t be the worst thing to take up pottery
It is a dark day indeed when your team is hacked, changed or otherwise tampered with without your knowledge…friendships can be lost over such things.
What happens when, distracted and left vulnerable by thoughts of trades, selection strategies and team tactics, a fantasy coach is hijacked by a generous employer and/or co-worker with a penchant for extending a lunchtime chicken parmy into past Race 7 at the Valley???
FOR some coaches (probably Manly supporters) marrying ones fiancé during the fantasy season (February to September) actually seems like a good idea.
IT is hard to coach a fantasy team at the best of times, let alone when your significant other becomes enraged, annoyed or upset enough that effective fantasy team management becomes at best a version of Russian roulette and at worst completely life-threatening…