There’s something in the water: ANOTHER AFL coach mysteriously splits with his high school sweetheart wife after 15 years of marriage – the third shock breakup to rock the footy world within weeks
Yet another AFL coach has split from his long-term partner after a tumultuous 2020 season that saw teams constrained to living in Covid bubbles.
Melbourne Football Club coach Simon Goodwin has separated from his high-school sweetheart, ending their 15 years of marriage.
The two have three teenage children got hitched in 2005, but the former couple have been living apart for the past three months, the Herald Sun reported.
Goodwin joined the Demons in 2016 from Essendon and had a stellar playing career racking up 275 games for the Adelaide Crows and winning two premierships.
He is the third AFL coach in the past few weeks to separate from his wife.
In December, Collingwood head coach Nathan Buckley and his wife Tania called it quits after 18 years of marriage.
Later that same month Richmond coach Damien Hardwick had split from his wife Danielle also ended their relationship.
More to come.