Brian Kelly con Great Coaches in Pittsburgh Steelers Football: This book begins with Coach “Jap” Douds and finishes with the Mike Tomlin era. (English Edition)
This book is written for those of us who love Pittsburgh Steelers Football and who want to know the coaching secrets for all those wonderful Pittsburgh teams and their great Super Bowl victories. .
From the very beginning, the book moves you one coach at time but rapidly through the Pittsburgh Steelers ages. We meet the great immortal Pittsburgh coaches from the first, Forrest Douds to the current coach, Mike Tomlin. Douds, the first of many great coaches is the first coach of the Pittsburgh Pirates and though he coached but one year, he gave the team the boost it needed to sustain the program until the next coach could be found.
You’ve heard of these coaches over the years – Jock Sutherland, Buddy Parker, Bill Cowher, Mike Tomlin, the current coach, and the longest tenured Pittsburgh Coach, who put football on the map of Pittsburgh, the immortal Chuck Noll and the Pittsburgh teams that won four Super Bowls under his direction.
Those of us who enjoy the teams coming out every week in the fall know that it was because sixteen great Pittsburgh coaches worked with hundreds of great professional football players in 85 years to create the great Steelers tradition. . These coaches masterminded the victories while the Pittsburgh players provided the excitement.
We do know how these coaches did it. It was through hard work--discipline, conditioning and a commitment to the honor of winning. From day one, Pittsburgh has been a winning program even in the early days when wins were tough to get. Look at the recent record and you will find one of the best teams ever in the NFL. Pittsburgh Steelers fans need this book on their bookshelves to get the story from a coach’s perspective on how they pulled it off.
This book is your finest source for a great read on your favorite professional football team by studying the history of its great coaches. This book is for your reading pleasure but also is a great reference for when you want to see how a particular Pittsburgh coach performed in any particular season or game.
If you are a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. you will not want to put this book down until you know every coach’s name and a lot more about their records.