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  • It was the first time that the team had a full-time coach.
  • He is working as a full-time Coach, giving back to his team.
  • He purchased a horse rather than going by stage coach.
  • He also coaches a youth football league and high school football team.
  • His first task with the team was to lead the interview process for a new head coach.
  • Even more well-known are the coaches the football program has produced.
  • They typically have performance experience in the types of dance they teach or coach.
  • Often, high school head coaches have to do more work off the field than on.
  • Am also long time coach of the team.
  • Coaches are mainly operated by private companies and provide services widely across the country.
  • He is regarded as one of the greatest coaches in college football history.
  • He was appointed the basketball team's full-time coach upon his graduation.
  • We have had more practice this time around even though we still do not have foreign coaches.
  • Thomas was then appointed as full-time coach.
  • He is considered to have been one of the top coaches of his generation.
  • Having ended his active career, Tune began a career as a part-time coach.
  • With the help of a vocal coach, he was able to continue doing the tour.
  • She took two pills given to her by the team coach for a cold.
  • This replaced an earlier horse-drawn coach system.
  • Mike Smith was given a one year extension on his contract as head coach.
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Meaning of coach

  • noun (sports) someone in charge of training an athlete or a team
  • noun A person who gives private instruction (as in singing, acting, etc.)
  • noun A carriage pulled by four horses with one driver
  • verb Teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports
    He is training our Olympic team, She is coaching the crew
  • verb Drive a coach