The Donger wrote:
If you are too good to train with your team, don't race with them. Go do your club thing and be all you can be.
Again, do the majority of private coaches email the school coach and work together? No. They do not.
I've seen athletes win a state championship and then have a private coach talk scholarships and bad mouth the coach and poach them away. Again, maybe not this guy, I don't know. But those who are pro private coaches are obviously selfish and it's all about you. That's cool, just not a good way to live or teach our youth. But it's your kid.
Club and private coaching isn't new. I just can't imagine some kid refusing to practice with the team in any other sport and expect to play. But I guess that's how you all parent now.
If you don't know, then why don't you shut up? Fisher trains with his team Monday-friday and runs with friends on weekends as well, probably. What more do you want? He's always trained with Scannell. Scannell is a family friend.
You've already driven everyone related to Fisher off of Letsrun, and probably seriously impacted Fisher's openness in future interviews as well. Why don't you just quit while you're behind and stop posting such hate here.
Finally, if you want to respond that toy just want to have conversation about private coaches here, I'll respond by saying that
1. This thread isn't about private coaches; it's about whether Scannell is arrogant ( he isn't.) and
2. The conversation you want to have isn't a conversation, it's just you saying how much you hate private coaches. You've succeeded in saying that already, so you can stop.
If you're a troll, 10/10, you got me and all of fisher's acquaintances. I hope you feel like a big man. If you're actually this kind of person, I hope I never have the misfortune of meeting you in person.