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March 2009

March 2009


Stealing Signals

by: AFM Editorial Staff
© March 2009

“I think that it is part of the game. It forces you to become more creative in protecting your calls, which is a good thing both for my staff as well as our players.”
- Anonymous

“Although I never go into a game with the intention of stealing signals, if a coach on the sideline or booth picks up on something, I will use that to our advantage. I feel that if it is being done in plain view on a sideline, its fair game. However, I feel using video equipment to obtain signals crosses the line.”
- Anonymous

“We always have two young coaches in the booth trying to pick up on the other team’s signals.”
- Anonymous

“I think ‘stealing’ is misleading. If you use cameras or assign an individual to watch/record the other team’s signals then, yes, it could be seen as malicious or unsportsmanlike. H....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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