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Hudson joins Saints management panel

11/10/2010 09:36:05 PM Comments (0)

Former Collingwood assistant coach Paul Hudson has joined AFL rivals St Kilda, along with ex-Port Adelaide assistant Adam Kingsley.

Hudson, who was part of head coach Mick Malthouse's premiership-winning group with the Magpies on October 2, joins the Saints as development manager.

Last week, Collingwood legend Gavin Brown also left the Collingwood coaching staff to join Carlton.

Kingsley, who played 170 games with Port including winning the 1998 best and fairest, has been on the Power's coaching panel for the past four years.

He was also a premiership defender in the Power's 2004 team.

Hudson played 245 AFL games and is also a premiership player, with the Hawks in 1991.

Kingsley and Hudson will join St Kilda's other new coaching appointments Peter Berbakov (from Sydney), Robert Harvey (from Carlton) and just-retired Saints ruckman Steven King.

"With the 2010 season only just behind us, we are pleased to have been able to secure the expertise of Adam and Paul," Saints coach Ross Lyon said.

"These are terrific appointments for the club."

The Saints have lost 2010 assistant coaches Leigh Tudor (to Sydney) and Stephen Silvagni (to Greater Western Sydney).

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