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    Thumbs up Niang interview on cyclone.tv

    Don't remember a thread (and can't find one) about the Niang interview on cyclone.tv a while ago. It is really good as it gives perspective on coming from a prep school. He talks about FH as a coach who is a master at play calling and spacing. Niang is really candid and funny, even making fun of his own game as "the same way he will play when he is 50!" Great interview.



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    Re: Niang interview on cyclone.tv

    Thx, I really enjoyed that interview. I really liked his comments about how the day he signed to play for Fred we were a .500 team that year but he could see the genius in Fred's coaching.



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