Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Andre Snyman Leaves Glendale

Andre Snyman has left his position at the Glendale Raptors according to the club. He let the team know yesterday that he would be pursuing "business opportunities that will allow him to spend more time with his family."

According to the team's release Snyman said, “I have valued my time as head coach of the Glendale Raptors Rugby Football Club and have enjoyed watching many of the athletes develop into exceptional rugby players during my tenure. It has been an honor working with the entire Glendale Raptors organization and words cannot express my appreciation for the time and effort invested in me and my family. I wish this great organization continued success in the seasons to come. I know in my heart I am, and always will be, a Raptor."

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“It has been a pleasure having Andre Snyman as coach of the Raptors since 2011," added Director of Rugby Mark Bullock. "Since becoming the head coach 4 seasons ago, he has developed a successful program, winning two Pacific Premiership titles and placing 15 players onto the PRO Rugby’s Denver Stampede team during their inaugural season. We will miss Andre’s contribution to the Glendale Raptors Rugby program and wish him good fortune in his next endeavors.”

The club has announced that they will begin an immediate search for a replacement.

1 comment:

  1. Yesterday Andres attended our practice for the Arapahoe warriors rugby club and weven were very fortunate to have him teach up very handy tips and tricks about the game