overcoach

verb
over·coach | \ ˌō-vər-ˈkōch \
overcoached; overcoaching

Definition of overcoach 

: to coach (someone) to an excessive degree The local coaches there, they send me the game film, and I'll tell him what's right and what's wrong without trying to overcoach him … —Fred Taylor After several of the losses, he took the blame. He said he was overcoaching. He said his team was giving a good effort. —Jeffrey Klein … the best little boy performance I've ever seen in an American film. He doesn't come across as an overcoached professional kid … —Roger Ebert

First Known Use of overcoach

1901, in the meaning defined above

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