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Still plenty good, you understand - but not as good as it could be.
And now, Mario Cristobal becomes my second-favorite Cubano coach, right behind my old friend Armando Castro, of Roanoke, Virginia (formerly of Miami). “Dilly Dilly” apparently was an old English children’ song, and I remember it as a popular song many years ago (1948), by Sammy Kaye - https://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?
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Once famously asked about his tendency to miss a practice here and there, he answered, "If practice makes perfect and perfection is impossible, why practice?
" Coach after coach thought he would be the one to harness all that ability.