Chris Siegfried is the former head coach of the Arkansas Twisters, while that team was a member of the now-defunct arenafootball2. He was previously the offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Brigade, a team in the Arena Football League and the Jacksonville Sharks, the head coach of the Spokane Shock (2006), the South Georgia Wildcats (2005), and the Cape Fear Wildcats (2002–2004) of the af2. While at Spokane, he led the first year expansion team to a 14-2 regular season record and the ArenaCup Championship.
On September 15, 2010  he was named the first head coach of the expansion Pittsburgh Power of the Arena Football League. He led the Power to a 9-9 inaugural season; however, after a 2-8 start in 2012 he was fired.
- ↑ Seaton, Philip (January 23, 2009). "Arkansas Twisters' Roster Starting to Take Shape in Preparation for Upcoming Season". Arkansas Sports 360. http://www.arkansassports360.com/13122/arkansas-twisters-roster-starting-to-take-shape-in-preparation-for-upcoming-season. Retrieved October 25, 2012.
Chris Siegfried at the Internet Movie Database
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