Don Shula, the coach of the National Football League, died at 92. He was a great player and gained many victories throughout his career.

In 1997, Shula made it to the Football Hall of Fame. His extraordinary efforts and team performance gave him this honorable position. He had always been very particular about the training sessions and mistakes made by the players. According to him, there was no tolerance for even the slightest of mistakes.

Due to Shula’s undefeated efforts, he won two super bowl titles. During the 1960s, Shula took retirement from Miami Dolphins and joined Baltimore Colts, a football team based in Baltimore.

He was a vigilant coach who always trained his team in a way that they’d be performing well by coping up with any situation that occurs during the game.

The Maestro of FootballDon Shula made an awe-inspiring record of 347 wins while being the coach in National Football League. His teams barely witnessed any failure throughout his 33 years of career.

His team appeared in six Super Bowl leagues and won twice. He has trained two well-known football players, Johnny Unitas and Earl Morrall.

His career is full of victory stories and his moves against the opponents. During a game in the ‘70s, Shula pushed over a 5-yard penalty after seeing the defensive backs.

Although it was not considered to be in his team’s favor, he still gave it a shot. It resulted in pass-first offenses after some years.

Shula stated his rules and strategic plans that he used during his gaming career. According to him and his fellow executives of the committee, stars made the game prominent.

They had to impose the penalty against the defenders for the preservation of the stars in the game. He emphasized the presence of big and popular players in the game.