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North Melbourne approaches Adam Simpson to coach, West Coast Eagles, David Noble, review, contract

North West coach Adam Simpson has tried to hunt down North Melbourne, The West reports, further casting doubt on David Noble’s future.

According to the report, the Premier League Eagles captain “has just been heard before the Rice Show coach before the 2020 season.”

West Coast He is said to be confident in keeping the Simpson, which he led to the 2018 flag and contracted by the end of 2024, but knows he has been approached.

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“Adam used to tell me many things. Finally, he has a contract and we are happy with it, West Coast CEO Trever Nisbet told the newspaper.

Earlier in the year, as the West Coast moved to a 1-12 start, Simpson was asked about his near-term plans to stay at the club.

“I’ll be here as long as the club wants me here and I’m not in the fight,” he told Sebat Perth.

“I haven’t read much news or seen much talk (when analysts ask for work). I can continue my work and do what I can with what I have.

In April, Simpson told the Fox Foot AFL 360 that he was “very committed to what we do” and “known for his energy.”

Simpson is great for Northern Melbourne, playing 306 games and winning two Premier League titles and captaining the club between 2004 and 2008.

Adam Simpson was arrested in 2007 while playing for Heath Scotland.Source: Fresh News Limited

David Noble has been in charge of the Kangaroo since the start of the 2021 season, but the club review, which began on Monday, is considered “unlikely to survive.”

Led by long-time pedestrian manager Geoff Walsh, the “foot section from top to bottom” is expected to last until July, with the club set at the bottom of the ladder with a record of 1-13.

After two seasons since 1972, the second wooden spoon is bigger.

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