Club culture draws Wrigley
- Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Subiaco have ushered a change in the Colts head coaching position with Sean Wrigley taking the reigns in 2015
Wrigley joins Subiaco with extended football experience and is excited at the opportunity to join the team at Medibank Stadium.
“I had a chat with Jarrad Schofield in regards to coaching opportunities at the football club and a position at Colts level had become available,
“One of the things that attracted me the most was the tradition and culture of the Subiaco Football Club. It’s a club that value their people and drive for the highest standard possible..” said Wrigley
Wrigley presented himself as a perfect suitor for the Subiaco Football Club with around 13 years of experience in football. With roles in junior development and the Western Australian State 18’s last year the football strategist was excited to get started.
“I met the playing group on Monday and I was really impressed with how they approached the first session.”
“The goal for the coaching staff and myself is to motivated these players to achieve their best on and off the field. We really want to make sure these players are achieving their potential and hopefully that can result in them transitioning into senior football down the track.”
The Subiaco Colts coaching staff. Photo: SFC
Sean Wrigley fills the role left vacant by ex-West Coast premiership player Steve Armstrong who decided to expand to other opportunities.
Armstrong coached the Lions Colts for three years and was responsible for mentoring young stars such as Dominic Sheed, Michael Wood and Joshua Deluca during his tenor.
The Subiaco Football Club appreciates Armstrong’s contributions and wishes him all the best in future endeavors.
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