By JAMES CARR@jamescarr89
DORAVILLE, Ga. -- As Eric Wynalda sprints around the pitch at the Atlanta Silverbacks' facility, yelling instructions, calling offside and scribbling notes on his yellow notepad, he finally takes a break to sit in the stands.
He notes that it's the little things he has to fix with his struggling North American Soccer League side.
"With some of these guys, I have to tell them to get here at 8:45 just so they get here at 9,'' Wynalda said.
Nevertheless, Wynalda is reinvigorated to coach and spread his knowledge of the game. It wasnt always that way. After twice being rejected for the head-coaching position at Chivas USA, Wynalda wondered whether coaching at a high level was in his future.
"You start to think its not going to happen,'' Wynalda said.
But the culture the Atlanta Silverbacks are building is difficult to ignore. People are watching practice, kicking balls around the facility and scrimmaging behind the stadium. A bar selling Carlsberg for ...