"She never had any coach" (not a good sentence in English) Is the only option I can choose! (Mobile app) "She never had a a coach" would be better.
I wonder if the tense is correct in a few of these English translations. A more natural translation to me would be "she has never had a coach". Also, unless it's for a specific sport, we would almost always say "personal trainer"
Present Perfect would be more natural for me, too, but I'm British, and my sources tell me that in American English, Past Simple is fine here. From Practical English Usage, Swan, OUP:
"In American English, it is also possible to use the simple past with indefinite past-time adverbs like already, yet, ever and yet"
Well, trainer works, "personal" is rather an addition. There's no context in Duolingo sentences, so it may have been just mentioned that we're talking about football - we don't know that.
Yeah I guess you're right.
By the way, congrats on your 256 day streak!