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Port Adelaide signs new development coach

Aaron Greaves
Aaron Greaves
Former Geelong Falcons coach Aaron Greaves will be reuniting with old colleagues when he joins Port Adelaide’s coaching line-up.

The 35-year-old has been an assistant coach with Melbourne for the past two years and will now move to Alberton to take on a coaching development role.

Greaves will also be responsible for ruck coaching.

“I Know Ken Hinkley and Garry Hocking and I respect them as people and what they’ve managed do with their careers in football,” Greaves said.

“I’m looking forward to learning and developing my skills with them and the other experienced coaches like Alan Richardson.”

Director of Coaching, Alan Richardson, welcomed Greaves to Port Adelaide saying he has a great sports performance background.

“Look, Aaron has broad range of coaching skills that we believe make him very well suited to developing our younger players and ruckmen,” Richardson said.

A former school teacher and VFL player, Greaves also worked with elite athletes at the Victorian Institute of Sport for three years.
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