Luke Hodge will give leadership advice next season and guide young and upcoming Lions players
LUKE Hodge returns to Brisbane in 2020, with the retired great set to re-join the club where he ended his playing career as his new mentor coach.
From next season, Hodge will take on part-time roles after he has officially announced that he will leave his retirement career at the end of last season.
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The quadruple premier player will provide & # 39; leadership advice, guide young and emerging players and help with crafting & # 39; in his new position with the lions.
It follows a hugely successful career of 346 games with both Hawthorn and Brisbane, with its last 41 games in the colors of Lions in the past two seasons.
"My family and I enjoyed our time in Brisbane and look forward to staying here next year," Hodge told the club's website.
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"I am excited about my role at the Lions and believe that the club has made real progress in recent seasons.
"I look forward to seeing what awaits us."
Luke Hodge in Brisbane has announced his retirement, but he was incredible in his prime.
Enjoy the best of his time in brown and gold. 🌟 pic.twitter.com/ndi0HFPYX6
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