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Ross Lyon - Senior Coach
Ross Lyon was appointed as the club’s Senior Coach at the end of the 2011 season. Before his appointment, the father of three had been the senior coach for five seasons at St Kilda, where in 121 games he took the Saints to four finals’ series and three grand finals in two years (including the 2010 drawn grand final). His tenure at St Kilda followed assistant coaching roles at Sydney (2004-2006), Carlton (2000-2003) and Richmond (1996-1999). As a player, Lyon notched up 127 games with Fitzroy over 10 years, and a further two for Brisbane before a knee injury ended his career in 1995.

Michael Prior - Defensive Coach
Starting as a skills coach at Fremantle in 2008, Prior became a development coach (2009-10), opposition coach (2011) and assistant midfield coach (2012) and has been assistant defensive coach since 2013. Played 81 games with Essendon in 1994-2000 and nine for West Coast in 2001-2002. 

Simon Eastaugh - Midfield Coach
Shared the midfield duties with Anthony Rock in 2017. Played 17 games for Essendon from 1998-2000, before joining Fremantle in 2001, where he played 12 games in two seasons. He was the Fremantle Dockers' ruck coach from 2003-05, coached WAFL club Perth in 2006 and 2007 and later was WA recruiting manager at Port Adelaide. He was ruck coach at West Coast from 2010-13. 

Anthony Rock - Midfield Coach
Joined the club as a development coach at the end of 2015. Played 222 games with North Melbourne and Hawthorn and was a member of the Roos' 1996 premiership side. Coached in the TAC Cup before working as an assistant at Melbourne (2005-06), St Kilda (2007-08) and North Melbourne (2009). Coached premierships with Greenvale (Essendon District FL) and St Bernard's (VAFA) before returning to AFL ranks. Shared midfield duties with Simon Eastaugh in 2017. 

David Hale - Forwards Coach
Played 237 games with North Melbourne and Hawthorn and was part of three consecutive premierships with the Hawks. Joined Fremantle in 2016 in a development/specialist coaching role after his retirement and moved into an assistant's role in 2017, looking after the forward line. 

Marc Webb - Senior Development Coach
The 2012 Claremont premiership coach became a development coach in 2014. Had a decorated career at Subiaco, playing in four flags, including three as captain from 2006-08. Shared the midfield coaching duties in 2016 and was appointed senior development coach in 2017. 

Roger Hayden Development Defensive Coach
The highly regarded former defender joined Fremantle as a development coach in 2012 and played a key role with the backline after assistant coach Todd Curley departed. Helped fast-track many of the first-to-fourth year players in 2017. Retired at the end of 2011 after 128 games for Fremantle since 2002. 

Brent Guerra - Development Forwards Coach
Moved into a development coaching role in 2017 after sharing the defensive duties with Michael Prior in 2016. Played 255 games with Port Adelaide, St Kilda and Hawthorn, where he won flags in 2008 and 2013. Did some part-time coaching work at Hawthorn and the Oakleigh Chargers in the TAC Cup after his retirement. 

Adam Read - Development Midfield Coach
Originally from South Australia, Read worked as an Adelaide-based recruiter for Fremantle in 2007 and 2008 before heading west for a three-year stint in football analysis. After the arrival of Ross Lyon in late 2011, Read moved into the role of coaches' assistant and then became a development coach in 2017, in his 11th year at the club. 

Tendai Mzungu - 
Next Generation Academy Coach
Tendai Mzungu was appointed as Fremantle’s inaugural Next Generation Academy Coach in the lead up to the 2018 season. 
The utility played 102 games for Fremantle during his 106 game career and kicked the club’s first goal in a Grand Final in 2013. At Fremantle, Mzungu won the Beacon Award as the club’s best first year player as well as the Best Clubman in 2012. Mzungu was known particularly for his fitness and versatility and was highly regarded for his contribution to the club both on and off the field. He has a BA in Sports Science and is completing a Diploma of Education, which will be key in his role of developing the next generation of Indigenous and multicultural talent.