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Bulls coach quits

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Paul Fimmano.
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Harvey Bulls coach Paul Fimmano has shocked the South West Football League community and resigned from the club after just one win from four rounds.

Fimmano took the Bulls to three-consecutive preliminary finals after taking over the role as coach in 2015.

However, 2018 has not started as he planned, with a heartbreaking one-point loss to Augusta-Margaret River on Sunday putting the Bulls’ top-three hopes in danger.

Bulls co-captain Brendon Jones will take over the role of coach for the remainder of the season.

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Brandon Jones will coach the Bulls for the remainder of the season.
Camera IconBrandon Jones will coach the Bulls for the remainder of the season.

Fimmano told the South Western Times he decided to step away because he could not give 100 per cent to the club.

“In a nutshell, (I quit) because of work and family commitments,” he said.

“I could not give 100 per cent to coaching and I think I am doing the wrong thing by that.”

Fimmano denied the three early-season losses had contributed to his decision.

For more grab this Thursday’s South Western Times.

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