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16.06.2013

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Melbourne Football Club sacks coach as part of massive restructure MP3

Halfway through the season, the Melbourne Football Club has sacked its senior coach Mark Neeld. Demon's CEO, Peter Jackson, says terrible losses, falling revenues and the fact that the club is seen as an impediment to the entire competition all demand a wholesale restructure of the club, from the top down. Source: abc.net.au

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