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The Best Coach Speeches In Movies Supercut Into One Awesome Rant

Coaching is an art.
You spend months in prep, managing players, staff and parents to push your team towards the ultimate goal: a championship.
One of the great parts of coaching is the life changing moments that come to pass during the game. What people often miss is the critical pre-game speeches that push these athletes over the top. I used to play sports on a competitive level, and one of my coaches greatest strengths was the pre-game speech. He made us feel like we could move mountains.
This supercut of coach’s speeches from movies turned into one epic motivational rant is awesome. It makes no sense, but I was pumped up at the end of the scene!
The supercut grabbed powerful moments during speeches from coaches during some of the best sports movies of all-time.
We got a bit from Remember The Titans, Coach Carter and event Cool Runnings. Do yourself a favor and enjoy the super speech above, you won't regret it.
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Ahhh I haven't watched Remember the Titans for so long. I need to revisit it again. Greatest sports movies of all time!
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