Fictional TV Coaches Are Nearly As Short Tenured As Those In Real Life

Coaching staffs for football teams are preparing for the start on the 2016 season, which gets into full swing in less than one month from now. On the other hand, in the sport of baseball, several managers and coaches are right now worrying about their jobs after a disappointing first half of the season.

The profession of coaching or managing is indeed a risky one, usually resulting in transplanting from city to city as positions open up. Long gone are the days of Connie Mack, who coached the Athletics for an unfathomable fifty seasons.

Mack’s football equivalents, Tom Landry and Curly Lambeau, had tenures just barely over half as long as his. Landry called the shots for the Dallas Cowboys for 29 years, exactly as long as Lambeau served as the head coach for the Green Bay Packers.

Even beyond the real world, coaching is often a very temporary job. The history of television has featured numerous fictional characters who hold regular jobs as coaches, and the majority of their shows lasted fewer than three years.

Here are seven television series featuring a regular character who is employed เว็บยอดนิยม ufabet as a head coach or manager.

Eric Taylor from Friday Night Lights

Dillon High School in Texas is the employer of this well-liked football coach (played by Kyle Chandler), whose wife (played by Connie Britton) is a guidance counselor.

Ken Reeves from The White Shadow

Veteran actor Ken Howard portrays this former NBA player who takes the job of basketball coach at an inner city school called Carver High.

Coach Kleats from Archie’s TV Funnies

This football and baseball guru, who was always pictured with a whistle around his neck, was the star of the 1971 episode titled “Coach Kleats Climbs Mount Riverdale.”

Cameron Tucker from Modern Family

While his husband Mitch (played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson) practices as an attorney, Cam (played by Eric Stonestreet) organizes practices and games on the high school football field.

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