The TV Game Requires Skill (7)

The football player as TV analyst can be a fascinating experience. At a time when most of us are starting to create strong careers, most football players are starting new ones. After a lifetime of working towards playing at the highest level, they are dealing with a new world, learning new skills and find new ways of applying old skills.

Other than becoming coaches, or fading into the background, many end up in the media, doing commentary or analysis on games. Click to read my thoughts on this trend …. [more in City Press]

Gavin Hunt was great as analyst. Guess helps to be successful coach.

Gavin Hunt is great as analyst. Guess that’s why he’s successful coach.

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