Pittsburgh Power announced inaugural head coach PDF 

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The Power of Pittsburgh in the Arena Football League, announced today the hiring of head coach of the franchise inaugural Chris Siegfried.

"We are very pleased to add Coach Siegfried in the organization of power Pittsburgh, and we look forward to creating a team, may lead to victory. Beyond his achievements in the field, especially with the expansion franchise, Chris has shown the character and behavior that we aspire to a team, "says the owner and general manager Matt Shaner after the announcement.



About Chris Siegfried:
Chris Siegfried has 10 years of coaching experience in the power of the Arena Football Pittsburgh. As head coach, most recently in 2007-2009 with the Arkansas Twister AF2 League, Chris has compiled a record of victories and defeats from 1979 to 1940 and received the honor of AF2 Coach of the Year while leading the championship Spokane Shock ArenaCup.

Also coached the expansion team that play in the ArenaCup in the AF2 league history. Chris defined the style of training as offensive coordinator, helping his team compile a 32-19 record victories and defeats. Chris has led AF2 Rookie of the year, a year after the AF2 Lineman, two offensive players of the year AF2, and AF2 playmaker years. Siegfried coach was the offensive coordinator of the expansion Sharks Jacksonville in 2010, a team that finished 12-4 during the regular season and won the top seed in the AFC playoffs. He joined the Sharks coach next season as Arkansas tornadoes arenafootball2. Siegfried was the second winningest "coach in the history of ten years in the league. Before his arrival in Little Rock, spent the 2007 season as offensive coordinator of the AFL Kansas City Brigade. In 2006, with the Spokane Shock , who led the club to expand ArenaCup championship and was honored as the Coach of the Year AF2. AF2 As the first player to be named head coach in the league, Chris enjoyed immediate success as a coach when he was named head coach at Cape fear before the 2002 season. 38-16 finish in three years, Siegfried bringing the franchise to the playoffs three two division titles. Siegfried played college football at Division II Millersville University (PA) and obtained a degree in administration business. It was an entry in three years and led the team to average exchange release. The West Hazleton graduate also appeared on television and film. He ran on "American Gladiators Orlando Live" and appeared in "The Waterboy" as a trick tricks soccer stage related and "Radio", as an assistant coach. Siegfried is married to the woman and two children Kody and BAYLEE couplehas Tammi.