Brumbies see off chiefs at NRL premiership meet and coach says he will not make changes
Wes Walker and Brett Morris have both been released from the Western Bulldogs’ senior coaching ranks for the 2013 season.
Walker, who has been a member of the West Coast Eagles senior coaching team since 2007, was released in a contract dispute at the end of last season after three years as Eagles head coach.
Morris was released at the end of last season after having worked under the Bulldogs for five years.
The pair are on the sidelines for the West Coast Eagles for the duration of this season, along with Geelong players Andrew Gaff, Jack Trengove, Jeremy Cameron, Matthew Kreuzer and Josh Walker.
On the same day, Bulldogs CEO Steve Johnson gave an update at the club’s annual general meeting.
Johnson said he was confident in the club’s ability to produce a high-quality team for the 2013 season and that the Bulldogs had the righ대전 마사지t personnel in place to win a premiership.
Johnson said the coach and co-captain were 퍼스트 카지노looking forward to working together for the 2013 season, a year that could see the Bulldogs’ young players reach the heights they have already been achieving, particularly on defence.
“When we meet again in the next couple of weeks, we’ll begin talking about changes to our coaching and other personnel,” he said.
“That’s goingm카지노 to be part of our discussions and we’ll decide whether there will be changes to the staff.”
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