David Noble

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David Noble

David Noble (born May 15, 1967) was senior coach at Glenelg in 2003 and 2004, taking the side to 8th and 7th positions.

He left Glenelg in controversial circumstances (allegedly in breach of his contract) to take up an appointment as an assistant coach to Neil Craig at the Adelaide Crows (AFL), leaving Glenelg without a senior coach at short notice.

Noble was a premiership player at North Hobart in both 1987 and 1989, as vice captain. Fitzroy (VFL/AFL) picked him up with the 111th pick of the 1989 VFL Draft and he was fortunate enough to make his league debut on his home ground, the North Hobart Oval. It was however a poor day to debut, as Hawthorn assessed 231 points, at the time the third highest in VFL/AFL history. Noble had 18 disposals and 12 the following Round when he appeared in a more respectable loss to North Melbourne at the MCG. These were to be his only two Senior appearances at this level.

Noble was an assistant at the Western Bulldogs (AFL), for five years, before taking up the Glenelg coaching appointment.


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