Tigers on the hunt for new Head CoachWednesday, October 16, 2013 - 9:11 AM

Claremont Football Club is seeking a new Head Coach following the departure of Marc Webb to join the Fremantle Dockers in a full-time development role.

Webb, 34, lead the Tigers to a premiership and a Foxtel Cup win in his two seasons as head coach. He was also WAFL State Team coach in this year's win over Victoria in Northam.

Webb was also a four-time premierships player with Subiaco, three of those as captain, and won the Simpson Medal in the 2006 grand final.

His appointment to AFL ranks follows a simliar path to his Claremont predecessor Simon McPhee, who left to join St Kilda after taking the Tigers to a premiership in 2011.

Claremont football manager Dean Horsington said the club had already started searching for a new coach, with applications closing on Wednesday, October 23.

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