CSU president Jeff Angel.
CHARLES Sturt University is in the process of injecting some fresh blood into the club as the Bushpigs fight to recover from a horror on-field season.
Having won just one game in first and reserve grade collectively, CSU is going on the front foot to turn things around for 2015.
The club has already begun its hunt for a senior coach – or coaches – following the confirmation Brett Garrett will not extend his contract beyond this season.
The Bushpigs are also hoping to pick up a handful of quality players to bolster the list.
First and foremost, CSU president Jeff Angel is focused on locking down a replacement for Garrett.
Angel revealed the committee compiled a list of candidates immediately after Garrett confirmed his departure.
“Obviously a lot of local guys have still got a fair bit of footy left in the season so hopefully we can sit down and start meeting a few as soon as possible,” Angel said.
“We’re pretty flexible with what structure we adopt, it just depends who is interested in which positions.
“Whether we choose a co-coach system or have a coach and assistant.
“We’re going to look at anything we can.
“We can’t close our eyes to the situation we’re in at the moment.”
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