Coaching staff depart Victory

Melbourne Victory has announced that assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny and goalkeeping coach Steve Mautone have decided leave the club for personal reasons.

de Marigny joined Melbourne Victory in 2013 as assistant coach from Marconi Stallions and has decided to return home to Sydney to be with family.

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"It was a difficult decision to leave Melbourne Victory after such a successful season but I have family commitments in Sydney that I need to put first," de Marigny said.

"I specifically want to thank Kevin for the opportunity to work with him at such a professional club and also to the chairman, board of directors, players and staff for making me feel so welcome."

Mautone leaves Melbourne Victory after nine years and says his decision to leave the club after a long period of time has been made with great sadness.

"With the ever-growing commitment this job requires, my decision is purely based on me wanting to spend more time with my young family," Mautone said.

"In my nine years at Melbourne Victory, I have worked with a lot of great people and I want to take this opportunity to thank the chairman, board of directors, Kevin and everyone associated with the club for making my time at Melbourne Victory such a memorable one.

"I wish Kevin and the team all the best for next season and beyond."