Our coach said last night that the players made too many silly errors. How is that accepting mediocrity?Good summary. We don’t have a poor roster. There’s no reason why we shouldn’t be mixing it with the best. We’ve proved at times we can. The board aren’t stupid. They’ll be well aware of our straight sets exit. Not sure they’ll accept mediocrity like our coach has. Interesting times ahead.
He has also tried to develop a game plan that plays to the players strengths and for the most part has been successful when the players stick to it.
He's far from perfect, but to suggest he is 'accepting mediocrity' and not trying his best to improve the team is just flat out stupid.