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Port appoint Hinkley

Former Geelong star Ken Hinkley has been confirmed as Port Adelaide's new coach.

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The 46-year-old will be introduced to the media on Monday, as part of the Power's revamp of their coaching structure. Alan Richardson has been named as the club's first director of coaching, while Darren Burgess is the new fitness coach.
Hinkley had been in the frame for the top job since Matthew Primus was axed, but Hawthorn assistant Leon Cameron had also been considered. Former Carlton coach Brett Ratten was also a candidate, as was former Sydney and Western Bulldogs coach Rodney Eade, but both withdrew their interest.
When Cameron opted to move to Greater Western Sydney it left Hinkley as the clear choice. Hinkley has been assistant to Guy McKenna at Gold Coast for the past two years, and was previously assistant at St Kilda, Geelong and Collingwood. He played 132 AFL matches for Fitzroy and Geelong from 1987-95.
Richardson has a wealth of coaching experience at VFA level with Coburg, and as an assistant in the AFL with the Western Bulldogs, Collingwood, Essendon and Carlton.
Hinkley was also strongly considered by Adelaide before they appointed Brenton Sanderson. He will be the first non-Port person to be appointed as coach of the club.
The club has made good strides in resolving many of its financial problems, including the appointment of a new chief executive, Keith Thomas, and of David Koch as new chairman. However, they have not made the top eight since their record 2007 Grand Final loss to Geelong.
Port Adelaide are 251.00 to win the 2013 Grand Final while Geelong are 15.00.

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