GWS Giants coach Leon Cameron is stepping down after more than eight seasons at the club.
The Giants have set an announcement time for the 11am AEST
Cameron is reported to have advised players and staff on his departure this morning, with the split being seen as friendly.
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The 49-year-old replaced Giants legend Kevin Sheddy in 2014 and coached the club to the 2019 Grand Final.
Having reached the final in five of the last six seasons, the Giants are 15th this season, with just two wins from eight matches. It has become increasingly clear that Cameron will not be offered a contract renewal at the end of the season.
Cameron will coach the team for the last time this weekend against Carlton, before his longtime assistant Mark McVeigh reigns for the rest of the season. Four-time Premiership-winning coach Alastair Clarkson has already been named as Cameron’s potential successor.
More to come.
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