West Coast Rangers confirm coaching appointments for return to Northern League

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West Coast Rangers have confirmed their coaching team for the club’s return to the Northern League next season.

Head coach Chad Coombes, who led the team to the Lotto NRFL first division title, has been re-appointed in the role for next year.

Main photo: Former All White Chad Coombes returns as head coach of West Coast Rangers for 2023.

His assistant coach will be Brock Radich (31) who joins Rangers from Fencibles United where he has been the assistant coach for the past two seasons, helping them win promotion to the first division in 2021.

Radich also coached the Fencibles U-23s who won their competition last year and has been the assistant coach for the Eastern Suburbs women’s team that have reached this year’s Grand Final in the Women’s National League.

Announcing Radich’s arrival at Rangers, the club said: “Brock has a high-energy approach to football with knowledge and experience that will make a big impact at West Coast Rangers with the first team, U-23s and U-17s.”

Chad Coombes.
Brock Radich.

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