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Crows, coach part ways

September 17, 2014 6:17 PM

Brenton Sanderson of the Crows talks to his players during the 2014 AFL Round 21 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Richmond Tigers at the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide on August 16, 2014. (Photo: James Elsby/AFL Media)

Brenton Sanderson of the Crows talks to his players during the 2014 AFL Round 21 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Richmond Tigers at the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide on August 16, 2014. (Photo: James Elsby/AFL Media)

The Adelaide Football Club and Senior Coach Brenton Sanderson have agreed to part ways.

This follows an extensive review of the Club’s entire football operations.

Chairman Rob Chapman, Board directors Andrew Payze and Mark Ricciuto, Head of Football David Noble and Sanderson have been involved in the post-season analysis.

“Brenton is a quality person and accomplished coach, but recent weeks have unearthed a need for change,” Chapman said.

“Both parties have realised they have different perspectives on where we are at as a footy team.

“It is a tough decision but one the Club feels pushes us closer to realising our ambitions.

“We would like to thank Brenton for his contribution and wish him every success.”

The Club is embarking upon a nationwide search for a new Senior Coach.