This isn't really news, as the Adidas coaches have always been available to him.
Exactly, is it just another cop-out instead of making a decision (huge as it might be), or has he honestly not had any offers of/ or decided who would give him the best coaching from what appears to be quite a few of the top guys that are free atm? (Phew...sorry for the long sentence)
This has been mis-reported, what Andy actually says in the interview is that he will use the Adidas coaches IF he can't find anyone else. He basically admits he is actively looking for a full-time coach, either an experienced coach or talented ex-pro, but the problem has been getting someone to commit to the number of weeks that he wants someone with him for.
There isn't really much new in this story at all.
And whats with the 30-35 weeks per year now? Thought he was quoted as saying 20-25 would be all he required???
Anyway, suppose we'll see what sort of frame of mind he's in next week and at least we are back to European time zones.
Very much a big hullabaloo about nothing and you are right scotsgeek, there is no story. Why say anything at all