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Kew Jaliens joins Bears

February 8th, 2016

The Weston Workers Bears are delighted to announce that former Dutch International and Newcastle Jets Captain Kew Jaliens will join the Bears Coaching staff in 2016.

Jaliens whose senior career spanned in excess of 450 games in The Netherlands, Poland and Australia’s A-League along with 15 games for The Netherlands National side will come on board in a Technical role and will oversee junior development as well as participate with the senior squad.

Jaliens will also kick off a high performance junior academy with the Bears which will provide junior football talent in the lower and upper Hunter Valley a fantastic opportunity to develop their skills under a great player. The Jaliens led clinic will provide not only on field skills but the important off field technical and social development required.

Following an extensive investment during the off season The Bears will provide the facilities, equipment and training fields for Kew’s academy.

Further details will be available shortly via the Bears website.

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