Saturday, December 28, 2013

D.W. Hinoi named new offensive coordinator of Magi Football

D.W. Hinoi named new offensive coordinator of Magi Football

By Natsumi Koshigaya
The Daily Magi
January 12, 2060


This week, Mitakihara Magi football quarterbacks coach Daisuke "D.W" Hinoi was named the new offensive coordinator of the team after outgoing offensive coordinator Raul Chaser was named head coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish following Yuuji Kousaka's retirement. As a result, a new face will be coaching the quarterbacks. Makoto Naegi, a former gunslinger on the sprint football team, will be taking over the duties from Hinoi starting next season.

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Kyouko Kirigiri, the wife of Makoto Naegi, the new quarterbacks coach for Mitakihara Magi football.

"My wife, Kyouko, told me about Mitakihara University and how it can be a new beginning after all the ordeals we went through in high school," Naegi said at a press conference at Hakurei Centre. "We just graduated from the university and we're on the lookout for new opportunities. My wife is working as a secretary for one of the major companies based here in MetroTech, and I also need to find a way to begin my career.

"I always wanted to be a head coach. Coaching the game of football was something that I liked to do, and I didn't want to just focus on coaching the game on my console. I wanted to do it in person. So now I get a big opportunity to do it by coaching the quarterbacks at Madoka.

"I was a star quarterback on the sprint football team when I was a student, and the lessons I learned from Coach [Sam] Tremblay and the advice he gave me, I am planning to apply to the new group of gunslingers that will be coming to this program. In this offense, the quarterback holds the keys, and it's my job to teach these field generals the right way to run the offense, whether by running the ball or passing.

"It won't be an easy journey, but no one at this school told me that it would an easy job to replace Coach Hinoi, who is my superior when it comes to running plays. I look forward to learning from him and Coach Kaname on the best practices in terms of being a coach. This is an exciting time in my life, and I'm ready to go to work."

"I think Coach Mako's gonna do a great job as the quarterbacks coach because we have full faith in his abilities to lead by example," Coach Kaname said. "Mako's got youth and new ways of thinking, and the way he influences his players is going to be a telling sign as to whether or not our teams succeed or fail in the coming years."

"I'm excited to see Mako take a shot at this position and perhaps follow my lead," Coach Hinoi said at the press conference. "He's got a unique upside to him that just rubs off on you. And the players love his outgoing personality and sense of humor. They also are fans of his wife and two young girls, and the fact that he's a father and a family man. So I'm sure Mako's gonna be a great addition to our team. We're happy to have him."

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