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Bill Mundy resigns as North Ballarat CEO

From the Ballarat Courier
Reported by Brendan Wrigley
http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/4577076/bill-mundy-walks-from-north/

North Ballarat Football Club chief executive Bill Mundy has walked from Eureka Stadium less than four months after taking the role at the embattled organisation.

Mr Mundy offered his resignation to the board on Tuesday, just one week out from the beginning of the Victorian Football League season.

Roosters chairman John Nevett said while he had made contact with Mr Mundy, who is currently on leave, he had not discussed the reasons behind his resignation.

He said he would meet with Mr Mundy on Monday and declined to make further any comment on the matter.

** Breaking news from the Roosters **

Link to be added shortly (doing this from my phone)

Two more North Ballarat Football Club board members have stood down as the crisis at the Roosters continues.

Ray Gluyas and Di Nevett have resigned, leaving just Mark McGrath and Richard Start on the current panel.

This follows last week’s news that interim chairman Shaune Moloney and Stephen Jurica had also taken themselves off the board, following a number of others in recent times.

From Ballarat Courier
Reported by Melanie Whelan
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EXCELLENTLY prepared. Encouraging teacher and astute learner. Constantly evolving his tactics. Highly respectful of the game, the league and its players. Genuinely interested in the stories behind his players and the staff he works alongside.

Fiercely competitive.

These are consistent themes in how peers and players describe Gerard FitzGerald’s coaching style, characteristics fine-tuned in his tenures with North Ballarat Roosters. This is how he plans to sign off.

FitzGerald will close a coaching chapter with the Selkirk Roosters in the Victorian Football League on Saturday. He will lead the club into battle against standalone club Coburg, a team led by long-time friend and rival Peter German.

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