Richmond is ready to be rocked by the departure of three-time premiership successful coach Damien Hardwick this week.
In accordance with SEN and The Age reports, Hardwick is ready to tell his gamers of the choice on Tuesday, citing “burnout” as a key issue.
Hardwick reportedly knowledgeable Tigers CEO Brendon Gale of his name on Monday and has began contacting gamers by way of cellphone.
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Richmond suffered a heartbreaking loss to Essendon on the weekend, and the match is predicted to be Hardwick’s closing match in control of the Tigers.
In accordance with The Age, assistant coach Andrew McQualter is predicted to steer the aspect in Sunday’s conflict towards Port Adelaide.
After being one of many league’s dominant groups over the past six years, Richmond has struggled to this point this season successful simply three of its first 10 video games, regardless of an aggressive low season which noticed the arrivals of star duo Jacob Hopper and Tim Taranto.
Hardwick is the longest-tenured coach in Richmond’s historical past having spent 14 seasons in cost after taking on in 2010.
The 50-year-old’s 160 wins as Richmond coach ranks first total within the membership’s historical past, having solely surpassed the legendary Tom Hafey’s 158 this season.
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