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Geelong Cats to offer coach Chris Scott two-year extension

Sydney Morning Herald Monday, 20 March 2017
Geelong Cats to offer coach Chris Scott two-year extensionGeelong will offer Chris Scott a revised two-year contract extension after the premiership coach's management rejected the Cats' move to put a minimum payout clause into the new deal.
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