overcoach

overcoach

(ˌəʊvəˈkəʊtʃ)
vb
to coach too much
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It's one of the mantras that I always had at Wasps "The message that I give to the coaches all the time is don't overcoach, don't give too much information, be specific, concentrate on the things that are important."
"But one thing I love about Chuck -- he doesn't overcoach it either," Carrier says.
Mum Emma said: "I think my husband Phil and I give them a lot more freedom to express their skiing their way and we don't overcoach them.
"I told coach Johnson, 'Make sure you don't overcoach him,' " Taggart said.
Sometimes you can almost overcoach players and they stop doing what should come naturally, reading the game as it develops in front of them.
Midweek coach Ian McGeechan said before the Tour started it was imperative not to overcoach the players but Woodward did not listen, and the England World Cup winner has got the tactics wrong every time.
We can't overcoach them, we have to keep it simple so they can play fast."
"But one thing that's on my mind is we wouldn't want to overcoach him so he loses his X-factor.
"Any time you get a guy that changes positions, you have to overcoach him," Azzinaro said.