Glenn TreacyA PLAYER revolt has aided in thesacking of Smythesdale coach Glenn Treacy.
The Bulldogs moved quickly to release Treacy from his position on Wednesday night, just days after senior players approached club president Nick Gray to raise their concerns following a 342-point drubbing at the hands of Central Highlands Football League powerhouse Bungaree.
Gray told The Courier Treacy’s style of coaching didn’t suit the group currently at the club.
“The main reason being there was a bit of unhappiness with Glenn’s style and the way he was coaching from the players,” Gray said.
“It was either going to be one or the other. If we lost our players, at this time of year, you don’t want to be doing that.”
Gray said the decision to release Treacy wasn’t made lightly.
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