Artavilla takes reins

FAMILIAR FACES: Myrtleford Savoy president Zac Mirt (right) with former assistant and 2015 coach Joe Artavilla (centre) and his assistant Jayden Vescio (left).

FORMER Myrtleford Savoy assistant coach Joe Artavilla will take charge of the senior team for the upcoming Albury Wodonga Football Association season.

Artavalla takes over from Nathan Mirt who stood down – following one season at the helm – so that he can fully focus on his play again.

Originally crossing from Shepparton South – where he was coach for a number of seasons – Artavilla spent the 2012 and 2013 seasons with Myrtleford as Michael Sacco’s assistant coach before returning to his former club as an assistant last year.

After his successful two year stint here Artavilla is pleased to be back at Savoy Park.

“It’s a really good club so I’m happy to be back and looking forward to working with the boys again,” Artavilla said.

“I enjoyed my time here in 2012 and 2013 so this was a good opportunity to return to the club.”

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