There may be a woman out there, but I have not seen her.
So correct me if I am wrong. But if not, I got a thread then.
Would a woman ever be accepted to coach a professional sports team? Is it not masculine enough to allow a woman to coach? Would she be judged more
Have we matured enough where we can judge people on ability alone?
Or would professional players have issues being directed by a woman?
I don't see why not. In college sports, are you telling me Pat Summit (Tennesee), or Tara VandeVeer (Stanford) couldn't coach the boys? I think
At the professional level? I don't know, the right team, city, and ownership, I think so...though I'm not totally sure. Not because of a lack of
ability, but professional sports are a bastion of the old boy network...
Yeah I don't think it would work. I think it would be difficult for a woman to "push" a man on a professional team, not really having any
experience in the understanding of the male physique.
Could happen tho. An owner's daughter or something gets a nod froma figure in public office...who knows? wouldn't be the biggest surprise in the
world. Maybe some genius woman could do it.
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