Introduction:There is a movie out about Vince Lombardi's life. It is an excellent movie. If you are a fan of Vince Lombardi, be sure to either rent the movie, buy the movie, or check your local library out to see if they have the movie. You will enjoy watching it and learning all about Vince Lombardi and his life. He was a remarkable person.
Vince Lombardi was the head coach for the Green Baby Packers in 1959-1967. Vince Lombardi was the coach of the year in 1959. He was the 6th head coach for the Green Bay Packers.
Vince Lombardi was born on June 11, 1913 in New York. He passed around in September 1970 in Washington D.C. Vince Lombardi was married in 1940 and had two children.
Vince Lombardi had colon cancer. He was diagnosed in 1970. This came as a big shock to him and his family. He died shortly after being diagnosed with cancer.
Vince Lombardi received several awards during his life. He received AP NFL coach of the year, Pro Football Hall of Fame, Super Bowl Champion twice, as well as several other awards.
Vince Lombardi was interested in becoming a catholic priest at one time. When he was just 15 years old, he decided to go to college and studied to be a catholic priest. Two years later, he decided that he did not want to be a priest and at that time switched colleges and became interested in football.
Vince Lombardi was a remarkable man. He was an awesome coach that the Green Bay Packers looked up to. Green Bay has a street named after him. They give out the Lombardi trophy to whoever wins the Super Bowl.
Thanks for the facts about Vince Lombardi. H5
I didn't know anything about Lombardi but, thanks to your list, now I do!
Lombardi as a priest would have probably meant no championships for Green Bay!
These are interesting facts, especially #5.
Vince Lombardi is a very liked man even for non sports fans. Thank you for the h5 list.
lovely tribute to Lombardi, a worthy man. Thanks for this HI5 list.
Interesting facts about Lombardi.
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