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    Coaching nicknames

    With all the drama surrounding coaches recently, what if they had "royal" nicknames if you will? Ie Alexander the Great or Ivan the Terrible. Fun topic to think about.


    Gruden the Grotesque?

    Fangio the Petulant?

    Meyer the Adulterer?

    (Hue) Jackson the Garbage?

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    Harbaugh the Head CEOach...or maybe COOach. (In Irish Gaelic both would probably be pronounced "honcho"....)

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    Re: Coaching nicknames

    Quote Originally Posted by lobachevsky View Post
    Harbaugh the Head CEOach...or maybe COOach. (In Irish Gaelic both would probably be pronounced "honcho"....)

    (- I actually replied to Ex-Cul in a manner that did not include telling him where to stick it. Clearly I need to cheque myself into the Auld Pharts' Home for a booster shot of piss and vinegar....)
    Haha, what have you done with the real Lobachevsky?

    For Sean Payton I was thinking Payton the Punisher in reference to the bounty scandal.





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    Re: Coaching nicknames

    Jim Harbaugh gets Harbaugh the HORRIBLE on account of his pompous personality. Pronounced HARRIBLE as a British man would.





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    Re: Coaching nicknames

    Quote Originally Posted by lobachevsky View Post
    Harbaugh the Head CEOach...or maybe COOach. (In Irish Gaelic both would probably be pronounced "honcho"....)

    (- I actually replied to Ex-Cul in a manner that did not include telling him where to stick it. Clearly I need to cheque myself into the Auld Pharts' Home for a booster shot of piss and vinegar....)
    Not Harbaugh the Mighty?

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    Re: Coaching nicknames

    When I get mad at Harbaugh, I call him Harpuke.
    “When the sea was calm, all ships alike showed mastership in floating.”- William Shakespeare





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    Re: Coaching nicknames

    Tomlin the Tripper

    Meyer the Liar

    Andy the Red

    Gruden the gaffe



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    Re: Coaching nicknames

    Carroll the C*nt. Sorry, dont like him.



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    Re: Coaching nicknames

    Bill "the cheating bastard" Belichick.

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    Re: Coaching nicknames

    I call Zac Taylor "Bean Head", cause his cranium is the size of an ant's head.

    You can call Jim Harbaugh "Booger": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8joXOmZTlF0





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    Re: Coaching nicknames

    Quote Originally Posted by TIGERBLOOD View Post
    Bill "the cheating bastard" Belichick.

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    Bill the Bastard

    Love it





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