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Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross voiced his support of coach Tony Sparano, who has guided the Dolphins to an 0-4 start. Ross made his comments during a radio appearance with The Finsiders (check out www.finsiders.com for the audio of the interview).
Sun-Sentinel colleague Mike Berardino provided some thoughts and some context to Ross’ commentary right here. Be sure to check that out.
As for Ross’ complete comments, here they are:
The interview began with a question that asked for Ross’ reaction to the 0-4 start. Ross said:
“I’m very disappointed, I guess, is to put it mildly. Everybody involved with this team – the players, the coaches – are disappointed in being 0-4. You can’t be any other way. But you know, I think that we have to stay together and everybody get behind our coach.
“I believe that Tony is the right coach. I think that all the games we’ve played have been very close. We could have gone either way. But I think that when you see the team practicing and playing as hard ...
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Amidst a lot of rumor and speculation regarding the Miami Dolphins head coach, Tony Sparano, Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross gave his coach some words of support yesterday. Appearing on the Dolphins official website, http://www.Finsiders.com , Ross said that Sparano is the “right coach” for the Miami Dolphins. Ross went onto say that continuity is a [...]
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Aren't we all tired of talking about losing ? I know I am.
So tell me other than the Quarter Back situation, what unit or player has played better than what you expected, and what unit or player...
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