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Oct 06, 2021   |  12:51AM AET

Melbourne Victory welcomes new Head of Human Performance to the Club

Melbourne Victory welcomes new Head of Human Performance to the Club

Melbourne Victory is pleased to announce the appointment of Justin Crow as the Club’s Head of Human Performance.

The newly created role will see Crow work across the A-League Men, Women and Academy programs, overseeing the Human Performance functions of the Club including medical, strength and conditioning and health and wellbeing services.

Crow brings to the Club extensive experience with over 10 years in elite high performance roles, most recently leading Paralympics Australia as their Senior High Performance Manager at Tokyo 2020.

Prior to that, he was the High Performance Manager at Essendon Football Club and was Collingwood Football Club’s Rehabilitation Physiotherapist.

Director of Football, John Didulica, said Crow is a well-established High Performance Manager and will bring expertise from a range of sports to the Club.

“I am extremely pleased to announce that Justin will be joining the Melbourne Victory team this season,” Didulica said.

“He will ensure there is an integrated approach to human performance across the club.”

Crow said he was looking forward to joining Melbourne Victory Football Club.

“I’m thrilled to be leading the Human Performance team at Victory ,” Crow said.

“The Club is going through an exciting time, on and off the field, and I’m looking forward to using my expertise to maximize the teams physical performance at all levels.

“There is a real opportunity at Melbourne Victory to be best in class in all we do and I am looking forward to being a part of this next chapter.”

Crow will be joined by newly appointed A-League Men Physiotherapist, Nick Leman and work alongside the Club’s previously appointed Strength and Conditioning Coach, Scott Smith.