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 (lŏm-bär′dē, lŭm-), Vincent Thomas Known as "Vince." 1913-1970.
American football coach who led the Green Bay Packers to six conference titles and five league championships between 1960 and 1967.

Lombardi

(lɒmˈbɑːdɪ)
n
(Biography) Vincent Thomas. 1913–70, American football coach, whose team won the first two Superbowls, and after whom the Superbowl trophy is named
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More than thirty-five years after his death, Vince Lombardi is still identified with an almost legendary status with respect to his practices, attitudes and accomplishments coaching the Green Bay Packer football team from 1959 to 1967.
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