Manly Wolves appoint new Men’s Head Coach

The Manly Wolves have announced the signing of Andrew Rogers as the club’s new Men’s Premier Division Head Coach.

Rogers is an accredited AFL coach spending many years as the South Australian Under 18s Assistant Coach and the Woodville-West Torrens Football Club Defensive Coach. He was also runner for Port Adelaide during the 2013 AFL season.

Previous to his time in Sydney, Rogers was a young accomplished player himself, spending five years in the AFL playing with Geelong and Essendon, including playing in the 1992 Geelong Grand Final against West Coast. On top of this, he was an All Australian selection in 1987 and represented Australia against Ireland in the now International Rules Series. Rogers captained South Australia and is also a Life Member and Hall of Fame member of the SANFL , as well as a Life Member of the WWTFC, where he was also a Premiership player.

The Manly Wolves say they are extremely excited to have Rogers on board for what is a huge year for the club, being it’s 50th season.

For any one interested in having a run or helping out around the club, they are welcome to join and are encouraged to call the club on 0421 266 933.