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Great Lakes United Football Club Seek Coaching Staff

December 13th, 2016

For season 2017 GLUFC are pleased to announce the Wallis Lake  Coach Brian Tyrrell has agreed to stay on board for season 2017 as part of the coaching staff, while we regret to inform that 2016 First Grade Coach Peter Masterantonio has decided to go out on a high and take more time to spend with his beloved young family.

Therefore the club is seeking expressions of interest from those interested in being part of the coaching staff for season 2017. ]

For enquiries contact President Ray Brady at 0400222944

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