Ross Aloisi appointed Assistant CoachPosted: July 27, 2015
Despite the ongoing financial dramas surrounding the club, Brisbane Roar have this afternoon confirmed the appointment of Ross Aloisi as the clubs new assistant manger.
Ross has a fair amount of coaching experience behind him, with a spell in charge of Adelaide’s W-League side leading to him being named as Alen Stadjic’s assistant at the recent Women’s World Cup in Canada.
As a play, Ross has extensive national league experience with a five year spell – 2003-2007- with Adelaide United spanning both the NSL and the A-League, before he went across the Tasman to finish his playing career with the Wellington Phoenix. Prior to his stint at the Reds, Ross spent a few years abroad in Europe.
Aloisi joins Brisbane as a replacement for the now departed duo of Jeff Hopkins and Rado Vidosic, who left in the off-season as John Aloisi revamped his coaching set-up.
In addition to brother Ross, Brisbane have added Karl Dodd to the coaching staff as strength and conditioning coach. John Aloisi now appears to have his coaching staff together ahead of the new season.