Dante Scarnecchia

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Dante Scarnecchia

Dante Scarnecchia is a man who contributed most of his career for football and he is an Amerian football offensive line coach. Many people are not made for the camera but they sharpen the person to perform well in front of the camera, and Dante is one of them. Dante is not known to many people as Football stars but he is the one behind the success of his team.

Name Dante Scarnecchia
Birthday February 14, 1948
Age 72 years
Gender Male
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Profession Football Coach
Net Worth $ 1 Million to $5 Million
Married/Single Married
Wife Susan Scarnecchia
Education Degree in Physical Education from California Western University

Dante’s career as a coach started in the year 1970 when he coached California Western as Offensive line coach. Then his career ran smoothly as a coach and he had trained more than a dozen teams. Dante’s career as a coach is so smooth and successful that he won the Super Bowl Championship 5 times and that is an impressive achievement. But the sad news for football fans is the great passionate coach has announced his retirement.

10 Facts on Dante Scarnecchia 

  1. Dante was born in the year 1948 and he celebrates his birthday on February 14 each year.
  2. Dante is the Californian man as he was born in Los Angeles of California.
  3. Scarnecchia, 72 years old, married Susan Scarnecchia and the couples were blessed by children. Dante has not mentioned their name to date in public.
  4. Educated man Dante has gained a degree in Physical education from the California Western University.
  5. Dante was the National Offensive line coach for England and he made many football fans proud of their team.
  6. Dante is the National coach and he has a net worth in the range $1 Million to $5 Million.
  7. Dante’s nationality is American and he belongs to the White ethnic group.
  8. Dante has the zodiac sign of Aquarius.
  9. Dante doesn’t seem active in social media but many hashtags exist in his name in social media.
  10. Dante announced his retirement after 30 years working for England Patriots.