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HEIGHTENED EXPECTATIONS FOR SUNS NEW SEASON

Gold Coast Suns vice captain Dion Prestia says expectations are already higher, with the addition of their new senior coach. Rodney Eade will be back on deck next week after returning to Melbourne to finalise his move. Read More »

NEW SUNS COACH CUTS SHORT HOLIDAY FOR TRAINING

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Talk about dedication, the new Suns’ coach hasn’t officially clocked on yet, but he interrupted a Kingscliff holiday to watch over the first day of pre-season training. There was already a noticeable change on the paddock, more footies. Read More »

RODNEY EADE PROVING POPULAR

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If first impressions are anything to go by, Rodney Eade is going to be a popular coach at the Suns. The 56-year-old’s first press conference was a family affair, as he was declared the right man for the job. Read More »

EVERY SUNS HOME GAME ON A SATURDAY

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If you’re a Suns fan, the 2015 season just got a whole lot brighter – every home game is on a Saturday. But we’re still waiting on official word about Rodney Eade taking over the coaching reins. Read More »

RODNEY EADE TO LEAD SUNS

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Rodney Eade has been announced as the new coach of the Gold Coast Suns. It’s understood the former Sydney and Western Bulldogs mentor agreed to take up the position this afternoon. The 56-year-old will take over from Guy McKenna. In the 90s, Eade coached the Sydney Swans to a grand final and also led the Western Bulldogs to three-straight preliminary finals from 2008. He then moved to Collingwood and last year became their football director. Read More »

MITCH HALLAHAN HOPES TO PROVE HIS VALUE AT SUNS

Mitch Hallahan left Hawthorn looking for more opportunity, but has been given no guarantees at the Gold Coast Suns. The 22-year-old couldn’t crack the Hawks midfield and understands it won’t be any easier on the coast. Read More »

RODNEY EADE OPTIONED TO HEAD SUNS

Former Sydney Swans and Western Bulldogs coach, Rodney Eade is being touted as the man to take the Suns forward in 2015. Today the suns introduced recruit Nick Malceski to the Coast. Read More »

ABLETT BACKS MCKENNA

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Gary Ablett believes Guy McKenna is the man to take the Suns forward in 2015 despite the club currently reviewing his position. Last night Ablett finished third in the Brownlow count, despite missing several games through injury. Read More »

ABLETT TACKLES SHOULDER PROBLEMS

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Eight weeks post surgery and Gary Ablett is still in uncharted territory. Ablett had never had an operation before injuring his shoulder in round 16, and admits the experience has helped him grow. Read More »

JACK MARTIN NOMINATED AS RISING STAR

Gold Coast young gun Jack Martin has finally received an AFL rising star nomination. Martin was a stand-out in the Suns loss to West Coast on the weekend, after what has been a difficult debut season. Read More »

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