you might be highly effective in one role, while being mediocre at best in the other.
Bullet points of a potential thesis out of this, as I read it:
Jase Sanders

Well said. The inverse however, is almost more important: mediocre players can be amazing coaches, and I believe that a key part of that is because they understand the mechanics of the game deeply.

So we need to be cautious before we go the “commissioned officer” route for management.

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