Rohan Smith was promoted to Assistant Coach role in season 2013 and has since been responsible for the Bulldogs’ backline, after previously fulfilling the role of Skills Aquisition Coach in 2012.
Smith repsonsible for the Bulldogs backline that helped steer the Club to its historic second AFL premiership in 2016, before assuming responsibility for the Club’s AFL Development program ahead of the 2017 season.
Smith played 300 games and kicked 254 for the Bulldogs before retiring in 2006.
Smith was named an All-Australian on two occasions (1997, 2003) in his 16 year AFL career.
He also won the 1998 E.J. Whitten Medal as the best Victorian player in the State of Origin clash against the Allies.