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Vince Lombardi Vince Lombardi was a father and a husband and he had a great impact on todays view on professional football as well as other sports On Jun 11 1913 born and grew up in Sheepshead Bay section of Brooklyn NY first of five children 2 sisters 2 brothers to Henry Lombardi and Matilda Izzo Lombardi And in the 1920s experimented with boxing as a teenager and didnt like it In 1928 started his studies for priesthood at Cathedral Prep in Brooklyn 1930 decided not to become a priest switched high schools and went to St Francis Prep played fullback on the football team In 1933 he graduated from high school and went on to Fordham University played guard on the freshman football team And from 1934 to 1936 he played guard on the varsity football team at Fordham In 1936 was one of the Seven Blocks of Granite on the Fordham football team In 1937 graduated from Fordham University magna cum laude went on to Fordham Law School at night worked as an investigator for a finance company played semi-pro football for a couple of years including a stint in 1939 with the Wilmington Clippers of the American Football Association In 1939 took job as assistant football coach at St Cecilia High School in Englewood NJ also coached basketball and baseball and taught Latin algebra physics and chemistry for 1700 per year And in 1940 married Marie In 1946 turned down a 15000 a year construction job to keep his 3500 a year coaching job at St Cecilia In 1947 left St Cecilia to become freshman football coach at Fordham University 1948 became varsity assistant coach at Fordham An in 1949 left Fordham to become varsity offensive line coach at West Point But in 1954 took first NFL job as assistant coach for New York Giants In 1959 took job as Head Coach and GM with Green Bay arrived in
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