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According to Chuck Noll the key to a successful professional football team is good management fairness to team members and team co-operation Without these three important factors your team may be doomed from the first time it sets foot on the field Ever since the beginning of his career Chuck Noll has never needed to drastically change his coaching style He went in knowing he would have to have a very good management plan As he states if you dont produce you dont last no matter what your past accomplishments are With his good management plan many of his players trusted him with their high paying jobs To make sure his management stayed compliant to all the players needs he would make minor changes to his coaching style Such as one time he accidentally let it slip that one of his players missed a key play in the game and ever since he did that he vowed to never do that again So good management has proved in the long run to be a good way to run a team Fairness to team members is also another key factor to a successful professional football team If you treat team members unfairly and give benefits to those who are more your key or star players your team will lose faith in you and let you down in the key times you need the team Chuck Noll has always believed in being fair and equal to all members on the team One time one of the star players on the team missed his curfew by 5 minutes because he was out having a pizza Chuck could have given him a break and said Well dont let this happen again but he didnt He realized that this wouldnt be fair to the rest of the team Instead he gave the player a 50 fine which the player paid without an objection That is what makes Chuck
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