One of the most decorated coaches in the history of the National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s competition, Brian ‘Bomber’ Brown, has mutually parted company with the Bonnyrigg White Eagles as the club’s head coach.
Under Brown, the White Eagles achieved three Premierships respectively in 2010, 2012 and 2014 alongside two Championships in 2013 defeating the Rockdale City Suns at Penrith Stadium in front of over 8000 spectators thanks to a solitary goal from Former Adelaide United Striker Robbie Younis.
The club continued their Championship winning feat in 2015 with a 2–0 victory of arch rivals and Brown’s former team Blacktown City at Leichhardt Oval in-front of a crowd of 3000.
The club also reached the 2010 and 2012 NSW Premier League Grand Finals but lost to Blacktown City and Marconi Stallions respectively.
In 2016, Bonnyrigg White Eagles qualified for the FFA Cup round of 32 after beating Parramatta FC in the final qualification round. This was Bonnyrigg’s debut appearance in the final rounds of the Cup.
Brown also steered the White Eagles to a round of 32 spot in 2018 where the side will face Hakoah Sydney City East.
Much respected by the entire NPL NSW Men’s fraternity, Brown will leave a legacy at the club having seen so many players develop and nurture throughout the years.
Current first team assistant Milan Susak has been appointed as interim coach for the White Eagles till the remainder of the 2018 season and has been tasked with steering the club away from relegation.
-Bonnyrigg White Eagles Press Release