different styles of coaching will give you different results with good arguments either way.
so lets go hockey
goalie a starts the season. the team isnt doing very good. infact they're 2-20
now the offence isnt producing
the defence cant handle the entire work load
and the goalie is under alot of presure to stop the extra 30 shots his team is giving up
so do you pull the goalie or not?
if yes - your backup could turn the team around and produce that extra confidene in the team.
if no- you stick with your roots, a plan that should work with minor changes here and there.
the factor: does the team play better with the backup. if yes. the losses are the teams fault not the first goalie.
if no. then they continue to lose games with their backup playing and their starter earning a ton of money to sit on his rump.
ive said it before a million times. it doesnt take 1 man to win games. leave maas in