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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Dave Tippett took a risk by forgoing plans to spend time with his wife at their off-season home in Minnesota to become coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, a franchise with a murky future after being cast into bankruptcy protection. Four years later, Tippett has taken another leap into uncertainty, agreeing on a long-term contract to continue coaching the Coyotes despite an ownership situation that still hasnt been resolved. "I just felt like this was the best fit because of the people you get to work with," Tippett said on Monday from Jobing.com Arena. "We all have a similar vision for how we would like to build this team. Theres some challenges ahead. We put a foundation in place, but its about taking it to the next level." Tippett took his initial gamble in the desert in 2009, joining the Coyotes during training camp after being fired by the Dallas Stars the previous season. The franchise was swirling in instability when Tippett took over, taken into bankruptcy protection three months earlier by former owner Jerry Moyes, who attempted to sell the team to a buyer who wanted to move the franchise to Hamilton, Ontario. Despite numerous suitors and near-misses, the franchise went into this past off-season still without an owner, still being run by the league. Finally, it appears an end to the saga could be near -- one way or another. Last month, the NHL agreed to sell the team to Renaissance Sports & Entertainment, a group headed by Canadian investors George Gosbee, Anthony LeBlanc and Daryl Jones. RSE still had to work out a lease agreement with the city of Glendale for Jobing.com Arena and the two sides have been negotiating the past few weeks. Glendales City Council is expected to vote on the lease deal on July 2, a decision that will either keep the team in Arizona or send it packing, possibly to Seattle. After waiting to see how the ownership situation would play out, Tippett decided last week to re-up with the Coyotes, giving the franchise another dose of stability after general manager Don Maloney, assistant GM Brad Treliving and two assistant coaches signed in recent weeks. "I always felt fairly certain that we could find a way to make a deal," Maloney said. "Obviously, it took a little longer than maybe you would have liked because of the uncertainty with the team, but the good thing is that this saga is ending fairly soon." Tippett has shaped the Coyotes into a winner despite the limitations that came with the ownership saga. He had an immediate impact on the franchise after moving behind the bench, leading the Coyotes to the playoffs for the first time since 2002 while earning the 2010 Jack Adams Award as the NHLs coach of the year. Phoenix made the playoffs again the next year despite the limitations of being run by the league and had the best season in franchise history under Tippett in 2011-12, winning its first NHL division title and reaching the Western Conference finals for the first time. The Coyotes missed the playoffs for the first time under Tippett last season, but it had more to do with injuries and the off-the-ice distractions finally catching up to the players than anything the coach did. "We all know the job Tipp has done the four years hes been here," Maloney said. "Between the patience hes shown and the respect he has in the locker room, hes a great fit for us and a key part of our future to continue to build a franchise here in Phoenix." Tippett likely would have gotten a bigger payday someplace else. One of the NHLs best tactical coaches, he would have been a hot commodity when his contract expired, with teams that had coaching vacancies and even some that didnt calling for his services. "His phone probably would have started ringing at 12:01 on July 1," Maloney said. But that wasnt what Tippett wanted. Loyal and someone who doesnt like to leave unfinished business, he said all along that he wanted to return to the Coyotes, even showing up at Maloneys news conference after the GM signed a contract extension. Tippett waited to see how the ownership situation played out, but once Treliving, associate head coach Jim Playfair and goalies coach Sean Burke joined Maloney in signing to stay in the desert, he decided to join them despite some uncertainty still in the air. "Once Don signed, once Brad signed, theres a distinct direction our management team was going and it made it a lot easier for me to justify staying with the group," Tippett said. Tippetts signing gives the Coyotes even more direction. Exactly where theyre headed is still up in the air. Homer Bailey Jersey . 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"This will help a lot of people that really do need that help," Kluwe said.Some of the Sonnen quotes that Silva has taken offense to are:"I dont like this guy," and "I want to beat him up," but it goes much further than that. Sonnen says that while he grew up talking about technology, medicine, and American ingenuity, (Anderson) Silva was outside in Brazil playing in the mud.""Brazil isnt a bowing country. You bow in Brazil theyll hit you over the head and take your wallet out of your pocket.""He (Wanderlei) has got the worst record in the history of the UFC and I cant imagine how I could be demoted down to need to compete with him. And I dont even say that to be a jerk. Those are the numbers.""(Anderson Silvas) got a black belt under the Nogueiras. I think a black belt under the Nogueiras is saying, like, I got a free toy in my Happy Meal. I dont really understand what the big deal is. One of ems a punching bag, and the other one I just ignore; hes really irrelevant."On the first episode of the show, Silva threatened to quit if Sonnen didnt apologize for those comments and Sonnen, of course, refused.In the sixth episode, Silva confronted Sonnen again, which led to an unscripted fight and resulted in Andre Dida, one of Silvas coaches, striking Sonnen in the back of the head several times and ultimately led to Dida getting expelled froom the show.ddddddddddddCourtesy: FanSidedDespite Sonnens comments about Brazil, the UFC Brazil Facebook page has been flooded with near-unanimous support for Sonnen. Here is a selection of some comments translated to English:Rafhael Passos: Im Brazilian guy, but Im rooting for Sonnen even he said that shit from Brazil, what he said is true, Brazil is a country with no schools, education, corrupt government. I hate the guy because he speaks the truth of my parents? Im rooting for Sonnen because that Wanderlei is a coward! #GoSonnenDouglas Doriguetto Fricks: Wanderlei is an idiot… Representing Brazil with attitude of a clown!! Murilo Alonso: I am Brazilian, and I lost respect for Wanderlei as an athlete and professional. I never thought Id say this one day, but I hope Sonnen wins!Rafael Bortolotti: Wanderlei is being an idiot. Sonnen, since the beginning of the program, showed professionalism and commitment to turn those people into real fighters in the UFC. While Wanderlei is trying to turn this into a circus.Leandro Breves Pinto: Nobodys watching Chael Sonnen be disrespectful, rude or provoking the Wanderlei Silva during the program, you see just the opposite and only this ... Unfortunately it is being a disgrace to Brazilians!Sonnen and Silva will fight at UFC 175 on July 5th in Las Vegas. 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