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Gerry Dee Joins The Podcast – Available Now

Apr 2, 2020 | Uncategorized

A trade-off of veal sandwiches in return for more playing time for a player on his hockey team? 

Gerry Dee lets us in on this story, and others like it, from his high school coaching days on Episode Four of The OFSAA TIMEOUT Podcast.

The popular host of Family Feud Canada and Mr. Dee certainly has the real life background across high school athletics to inform and entertain.

  • What sports did he enjoy coaching the most?
  • What life lessons did he like to impart on the student-athletes that he coached?
  • And, oh, what could go wrong when supervising kids’ dodgeball and indoor Marco Polo in the small confines of the gymnasium?

Be sure to give it a listen and thank you for supporting The OFSAA TIMEOUT Podcast which is available on all of your favourite podcast platforms or at https://anchor.fm/ofsaatimeout.

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