AFL: Blues set to name Malthouse as new coach

Carlton are set to name Mick Malthouse as their new coach in a press conference scheduled for tomorrow morning.

Malthouse, 59, has been the favourite to take over at Carlton since Brett Ratten was sacked two weeks ago.


Details regarding Malthouse’s contract will be revealed at 10am tomorrow at VISY Park, however the early word is that the three-time premiership coach will put pen-to-paper on a three year deal worth in excess of $3 million.

Malthouse began his coaching career at Footscray in 1984, winning premierships with West Coast (1992 and 1994) and Collingwood (2010).

The Carlton squad are currently on their off-season break following a disappointing 2012 campaign, and will begin pre-season training in late October.

Stay tuned to From the Sideline tomorrow morning as Riley Beveridge brings you all the latest from VISY Park.

Riley Beveridge.


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