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The AFL club and its VFL alignment, which splits its home games between Coburg City Oval and Craigieburn's Highgate Recreation Reserve, originally planned to maintain their alignment until 2014, but have mutually agreed to bring forward the termination of the agreement.
Richmond will field a stand-alone reserves side in the VFL in 2014, following the likes of Collingwood and Geelong, while Coburg will again stand on its own in the state competition, and revert back to being the Lions.
Richmond chief executive Brendon Gale said the agreement reached was the best outcome for both clubs.