The Cardinals' first season in the NFL was 1920 and their head coach was Paddy Driscoll. He was head coach from 1920-1922.
That was Dave McGinnis who was head coach of the team from 2000-2003.
1899 Chris O'Brien formed a neighborhood team, which played under the name the Morgan Athletic Club, on the south side of Chicago. The team later became known as the Normals, then the Racine (for a street in Chicago) Cardinals, the Chicago Cardinals, the St. Louis Cardinals, the Phoenix Cardinals, and, in 1994, the Arizona Cardinals. The team remains the oldest continuing operation in pro football. 1902 Baseball's Philadelphia Athletics, managed by Connie Mack, and the Philadelphia Phillies formed professional football teams, joining the Pittsburgh Stars in the first attempt at a pro football league, named the National Football League.
Leo Strang--Head Coach of the Massillon Tigers HS Football Team-- first used white shoes with his 1958 National and State Championship team (used the entire season--kid loved them, because they made them look particularly fast during Friday night lights.
the oldest currently running team is the Arizona cardinals
The St. Louis Cardinals football team moved to Arizona in 1988, becoming the Phoenix Cardinals. They changed the team name from Phoenix to Arizona Cardinals in 1994.
Yes because they have a great coach and team.
Mike Marsh is the first team coach of Liverpool Football Club.
Neil Banfield is the first team coach of the London based Arsenal Football Club.
The first team coach of Manchester City football club is Brian Kidd.
Phil Neville is the first team coach of Manchester United Football Club.
Steve Holland is the first team coach at London based Chelsea football club.
Minnesota for the first three seasons and then Florida for the last two seasons.At first Hayden Fox was coach of the football team the Minnesota State Screaming Eagles.Later in the series he became coach of the NFL Football team the Orlando Breakers(both teams are completely fictional)
Joachim Low is the coach of Germany national football team.
Alexander S. Lilley in 1890