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Adelaide Crows, Don Pyke

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BREAKING: Don Pyke has stepped down as coach of the Adelaide Crows. MORE:

12.9.2019

BREAKING: Don Pyke has stepped down as coach of the Adelaide Crows . MORE:

Don Pyke has stepped down from his role as Adelaide Crows senior coach , claiming the club wouldn’t progress if he remained at the club as he was “part of the problem”.

“I came here with the aim of helping our players to individually and collectively be the best they can be and this has been my driving force.

Adelaide becomes the fifth club to see its senior coach depart in 2019, following Carlton (Brendon Bolton), Fremantle (Ross Lyon), North Melbourne (Brad Scott) and St Kilda (Alan Richardson).

Pyke first raised the idea of him leaving the club two weeks ago in a meeting with Adelaide chairman Rob Chapman and CEO Andrew Fagan.

“Coaching is a very demanding career and we not only thank him but also his family - to his wife Jodie and daughters Ashton and Chandler - for sharing their husband and father in recent years. We wish them the very best for the future.”

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