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Greg is new women's head coach

Updated: Sep 13, 2022

Chairman Ben Parkin welcomes Greg Bradley to his new role as Head Coach of the Senior Women

Greg Bradley has been appointed head coach of Moreton Bay United’s Senior Women’s team.

He has agreed a long-term deal and starts immediately, combining this with his role as Head of Female Football.

Greg’s extensive resume includes coaching Senior Men, Senior Women, Juniors and Futsal sides to premierships and grand finals.

He was also Football Brisbane's Male Coach of the Year in 2021 after ACE Reserves did the double without losing a game.

However, Greg said his top priority now was to assemble a “very competitive squad” for the challenge of FQPL 1 Women’s next year.

Players wishing to join should email Greg at

“We’re looking to retain players from this season and sign players who want to help drive the club forward and enjoy their football,” he said.

"We want to keep bringing our great juniors through with experienced players to help them. While relegation is not what we wanted, it gives us a chance to hit the reset button.

"With our new facilities coming to Brendale (part of the $18 million women's centre of excellence and youth academy) and our great junior set up, it’s an exciting time to be involved at Jets and I’m looking forward to the challenge.

“Things went against us a bit this season with injuries, especially with the recovery of some players from serious injuries, taking far longer than we expected.

Greg Bradley with Jets' Under 16 Girls last season.

“However, our juniors have proved top shelf for a number of years and I believe we have exciting times ahead of us.”

Indeed, Jets' Under 23s, who Greg has coached this season, yesterday secured a place in the NPL finals by winning six and drawing one of their last eight games.

Jets’ chairman Ben Parkin described Greg as a “great appointment" and "someone passionate about Moreton Bay United and women’s football."

“I look forward to working with Greg on driving standards and engagement in the group to helping gain promotion back to the NPL for 2024," the chairman said.

“Greg's been a major influence on our girls’ program for years and has a chance to work with many players he’s already helped, as they transition to senior football.”

The chairman thanked Mac Smith and Matt Poole for coaching our Senior Women this year in tandem with their roles as Head of Junior Development and Technical Director.

Greg has coached teams to five Premiership with Senior Men and Senior Women at ACE, The Gap and Pine Hills.

He also coached teams to five Senior Grand Finals with ACE, North Star, The Gap and Pine Hills - and has won Junior outdoor and Futsal Premierships with Moreton Bay United, ACE and Arana United.

Off the field, Greg was Chairman of Moreton Bay United and is currently Senior Vice-President of ACE.

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