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Danny Maciocia
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Football Coach
    (May 26, 1967- )
    Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    Offensive coordinator for the Montreal Alouettes (2001) and Edmonton Eskimos (2002-2004)
    Head coach for the Edmonton Eskimos (2005-08) and the Université de Montréal Carabins
    He looks like Eric Mangini.
    After winning the Grey Cup in 2005, he failed to guide the Eskimos into the playoffs ending a 34 year playoff streak.
    He frequently alternated between Ricky Ray and Jason Maas during the 2005 playoffs.
    His last name is hard to spell.
    He drew the ire of many Eskimo fans when he started Ricky Ray in the Grey Cup game instead of Jason Maas.
    He is the second Canadian to be appointed head coach of the Eskimos franchise.
    He guided the Eskimos to the Grey Cup title as a rookie head coach.
    He got his start in the CFL when he took a voluntary position on the Alouettes coaching staff.
    He developed Anthony Calvillo as one of the CFL's premier quarterbacks.
    He is tri-lingual speaking English, French and Italian.

Credit: Ricky


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