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1989 was the forty-fourth season for the San Francisco 49ers. During the offseason they hired George Seifert to lead the team. Seifert previously was the defensive coordinator of the San Francisco 49ers and has a total of nine years of coaching in the NFL. They finished the season 14-2-0 in the regular season and 3-0 in the playoffs eventually winning the NFL championship against the Denver Broncos 55-10 for the team's fifth championship. At the conclusion of the season one different people were recognized for their successful seasons: Joe Montana, Super Bowl Most Valuable Player, AP Offensive Player of the Year, and Most Valuable Player.
Head Coach: George Seifert Offensive Coordinator: Mike Holmgren Defensive Coordinator: Bill McPherson Quarterbacks Coach: Mike Holmgren Wide Receivers Coach: Sherman Lewis Offensive Line Coach: Bobb Mckittrick Running Backs Coach: Al Lavan Tight Ends Coach: Lynn Stiles Defensive Line Coach: John Marshall Linebackers Coach: Bob Zeman Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Ray Rhodes Special Teams Coach: Lynn Stiles Physical Development Assistant: Jerry Attaway Physical Development Coordinator: Jerry Attaway Defensive Assistant Coach: Tommy Hart Coaching Administrator: Neal Dahlen