Tim Gossage Stands Down As Subiaco Colts Coach

Subiaco Colts Coach Tim Gossage has been forced to stand down citing personal and family reasons for the decision.

Gossage who was in his second year as head coach lead the colts to great success last year being the first team to make the finals in 10 years and developing young players such as Adam Cockie, Daniel Rich, Stephen Martin, Trent Dennis-Lane and drafted players Jarrhan Jacky & David Gourdis.

Stepping into Tim’s role will be former WAFL/AFL player and Subiaco Life Member Todd Breman. Todd who has assisted Tim at the colts for the past two seasons will share the load with fellow assistants Mark Enders, Shane Beaumont, Peter Wilson and Wayne Golding.

With nine games remaining the colts are still in the hunt for the finals however the two games coming up against ladders leaders Swan Districts & Perth are to prove big challenges for the Lions.

The Subiaco Football is completely supportive of Tim and wish him all the best. He has been a fantastic figure and coach for our young players as well as a passionate and loyal supporter of the club.