Biography of Joe Montana

Biography of Joe Montana


Joe Montana is a football player, was born on June 11, 1956 in New Eagle, Pennsylvania. Biography Joe Montana is known as the quarterback “San Francisco Fortinners”, who won the Super Bowl.

Joe started playing football in the student team of the University of Notre Dame. And in 1979 he joined the San Francisco Fortinners team. Despite the long retention of the ball, long rushes of Montana was chosen in the draft “San Francisco” only in the third round.

The magnificent game of the athlete helped the team win the Super Bowl four times: in 1982, 1985, 1989, 1990. Joe was especially famous for his calm, shown under the pressure of the game, as well as the lead in the last minutes of the match. In the mid-1990s Montana left the San Francisco team, he was replaced by a spare – Steve Young. The last two years of his career, Montana played for the “Kansas City Chefs” team. In 1995, Joe left the sport. In 2000, he was elected to the hall of fame of professional football.

Additional information: In 1993, the name of the city of Izmei, Montana, was changed to Joe – in honor of the football star. In his biography, Joe Montana was three times declared the most valuable player in the Super Bowl: in 1982, 1985, 1990. Twice the holders of the title were Bart Starr, Terry Bradshaw, Tom Brady – all the players were quarterbacks. Most of his passes Montana gave Jerry Rice.



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Biography of Joe Montana