If you could work for one major sports team who would it be
Let's say that you had the ability to work in any non-influential position on any major sports team. What would you do?
And by non-influential, I mean you can't make yourself the GM, owner, VP of operations, head coach, manager, etc. I'm thinking more along the lines of an assistant coach, director of travel, clubhouse manager, Jumbotron operator, audio, announcer, etc.
Personally, Give me equipment manager for the Phoenix Coyotes getting to work around/with The Great One every day, would be awesome.
I'll be Chairman of the Equipment for Hannover 96 or maybe assistant coach for the Mariners.
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