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Bulldogs assistant departs club

  • Bulldogs assistant departs club

    DARWIN, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 23: Brett Montgomery of the Bulldogs takes a break from swimming laps of the Parap pool during the Western Bulldogs AFL Community Camp February 23, 2006 in Darwin, Australia. (Photo by Mark Dadswell/Getty Images)

The Western Bulldogs have today announced that assistant coach Brett Montgomery and the club have parted ways, as Montgomery looks to explore further opportunities within the AFL. 

Former team-mate and now Director of Football Chris Grant says that he was a tireless contributor to the side.

“Brett has been a tireless contributor and has added great value to our Club over many years. Firstly as a well-respected player and then since returning as Assistant Coach in 2010.

“The decision to part ways at this time of the year was a mutual one, allowing Brett more time to start planning for the next phase of his career.”

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“We are sure that Brett has a bright career path in football ahead of him and we wish him and his family the very best for the future.”

Montgomery spent the last six years at the club as an assistant coach and was elevated to senior assistant, where he was also crowned the best assistant coach in the league back in 2014. 

Montgomery is one of just four coaches taking part in the AFL's Level Four coaching course.

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