Eagles great Paul Lindsay may have retired following the 2007 Season, but his presence is still felt around the Club, with the former ruckman being appointed as the Club's Performance Manager over the pre-season.
, who remarkably represented the 3 major football leagues in Australia, WAFL
, VFL and the SANFL over his
career, is now in charge of the Club's Injury Prevention Program as well as the Club's Strength and Conditioning programs.
Originally from Perth, Linds' as he is known around the Club, spent his early senior years playing for East Fremantle in the West Australian Football League (WAFL).
He began playing for the Sharks in 1993, and continued to play there until he was drafted by Geelong at the end of 1997 season.
won 2 VFL Best and Fairest's and played 2 AFL games.
Despite dominating the Reserves competition, he
was released by the Cats at the end of the 2000 season.
Enter the Woodville West Torrens Football Club
trip back to his
native Perth, Linds' decided to check out a few Clubs in Adelaide.
"There were a few Clubs that rang me.
But the Eagles
stood out because they were honest and professional, which I respect."