You can't get rid of him that easily.
Graeme Osborne may be stepping away from his role as coach of the Lithgow Workies Wolves premier league, but he will be sticking around to help the club in his new role.
Osborne has been appointed the coaching coordinator, in which he will help new premier grade coaches Corey Willmott and Greg Behan.
"I'm also an assistant coach to the boys so I'll help them out with skills, fitness and video work, so I'll still be pretty heavily involved," he said.
Osborne said there were a few reasons he decided to step away as coach.
"Let's put it this way, I love what I'm doing but the club is at this stage where it is in such a good position with both the players, sponsors and members that it seemed like the right time to step away," he said.
"There were also some personal reasons, and changes in work and stuff like that."
With two new coaches for the premier league side, Osborne said he wanted to help them wrap their heads around the back running of the club.
"The behind the scenes stuff like getting sponsors and paperwork and all that takes a bit of getting used to," he said.
"I think they'll do well, I hope their eagerness rubs off on the players."
While Osborne is stepping away from coaching premier league, he said he won't step away from his representative coaching duties with Group 10.
Osborne joined Workies Wolves in 2003 where he assisted coaches in all three grades before taking on a coaching role with the under 18's in 2008.
He then coached the premier league team in the Group 10 competition between 2009-2015, taking the side to their last premiership in 2012.
In 2016 and 17, Osborne shifted his focus to that of the junior players, coaching the under 16's Lithgow Storm, before returning to premier grade for the 2018-19 season.
"I've really enjoyed every moment, it's all a highlight to me, giving players a challenge and getting the best out of them, I just love being around good people," he said.
"Premierships are always a highlight, and especially the 2016 premiership because people just thought we were a bunch of misfits but we proved them wrong.
"Over the years there has been a few low lights too with grand final losses and such but that has just made the side stronger."
Osborne said that not much will change for him in 2020 as it will be similar to what he was doing this year.
"I just don't have the coach's title anymore but I'll still be there on weekends helping out," he said.
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