Football: Hoboken coach, four-time champion Lou Taglieri will step down

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Lou Taglieri never intended to be the head football coach at Hoboken High School. In fact, when his mentor Ed Stinson left Hoboken in 2005, Taglieri tried to convince other former Redwings to take over the program before eventually accepting the job.

“I tried to give the job away. I tried to get other guys to take it like Joe Rotondi, who was the head coach at Union Hill, and Chipper Benway, who I think was the head coach at Hudson Catholic. I was trying to get them to take it,” Taglieri said. “When they weren’t interested, …read more

Source: NJ.com Hudson

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