The Gold Coast Suns have reportedly made an offer to Rodney Eade to coach its senior side in 2015.
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Former Sydney Swans and Western Bulldogs coach Rodney Eade is weighing up an offer to coach Gold Coast, according to reports.
AFL.com.au report\ that the Suns have approached the 56-year-old after the sacking of foundation coach Guy McKenna.
According to Melbourne radio station 3AW, Eade has been offered a four-year deal, with an announcement to follow in the coming days.
Eade is currently working at Collingwood as its director of football, a role in which he began at the beginning of 2013. He was football and coaching strategist at the Magpies for the two years previous.
The veteran coach led the Sydney Swans to the 1996 grand final, where his side fell short to North Melbourne.
He also took the Western Bulldogs to three straight preliminary finals in 2008, 2009 and 2010.