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´╗┐Football coaching as a Career can become your goal!


Almost every boy in American has played football at some time in his childhood. For some, playing the game is just a pastime, where as for some it is a lifelong love. Many professional football players started playing football as young children and continued playing in high school and into college and finally the pros. Many prefer football coaching as a career. Some football players are injured while playing the game and have to retire. Other athletes just enjoy the concept of coaching the game more than physically playing the game. Often a player will play football until he is ready to retire from the game and then go to football coaching as a career.

There are many reasons why athletes choose football coaching as a career. Many athletes have an excellent knowledge of the game and how to play to win, but can't play the game themselves. These types of people usually make excellent football coaches. Lou Saban had football coaching as a career, but only after he played professional football for a few years. By the time he became a coach, he was knowledgeable enough of the game to make an impact as a coach, no matter what team he went for.

There is more to football coaching then just knowing the game, however. A certain amount of college and education must be completed before a person decides to have football coaching as a career. Sometimes, athletes excel in sports in high school and are granted a sports (or football) scholarship to college. There they are groomed in football even more, and if good enough, can compete for professional football.

Mike Shanahan is an athlete that chose football coaching as a career many years ago. He began playing football in high school, then went on to college at Eastern Illinois University. When a football injury to his kidneys ended his football-playing career, he had to make some life changes. Since he could no longer play the game he loved so much, he chose football coaching as a career. He went through a few different assistant coach and coach positions in the Northern Arizona University and University of Arizona before he was hired on with the NFL, where he is today. As a coach for the Denver Broncos, Mike Shanahan has been very successful. He took his team to two Super bowl championships in 1997 and 1998 as well as leading them to the playoffs year after year. I don't think there's any players on the Denver Broncos team that aren't glad Mike chose football coaching as a career.

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