Re: Narron setting clear path for Reds (2/20)
Every player under relatively new management will say that the manager has the respect of the guys in the club house, it is how the managers lead their teams through the bumps in the road that make them good or bad. Dave Miley did have the respect of every player in the club house, but he lost it when the team started losing. It seems to me that Miley was the type of guy that would let a lot of things slide when they were winning, but he tried to become a more stern leader when they began hitting tough stretches in the season and the players didn't like it. He more or less lost the respect of the players because he tried to change who he was. Hopefully Narron can stick to his guns and retain the respect of his players in the club house.
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