Sunday, February 10, 2013

3-Time LFL Champion Assistant Coach And Defensive Coordinator Tui Suiaunoua Retires

After three years as Assistant Coach and Defensive Coordinator for the LFL’s most successful team, Tui Suiaunoua has retired from coaching the LA Temptation. He leaves just days after the announcement of the departure of LA Head Coach David Bizub.
Suiaunoua left the following message for LFL fans, “We had one of the most amazing journeys in the 3 years that we were a part of this league. A story book finish to the greatest team ever in LFL history, the Los Angeles Temptation. We accomplished what no football team in history has ever done before….Won 3 straight World Championships!
It was an honor and a privilege to have been the D-coordinator for the 3 amazing championship teams I coached and to have served as assistant to Coach Bizub. Dave was not just a head coach and colleague of mine, he is my good friend and a great person I have the pleasure of knowing.”
LFL Chairman Mitchell Mortaza had this to say about Tui’s retirement, “Tui will always have a place in the history books of the LFL as a great defensive coach and someone who was part of a group that enabled us to get on this current incredible path to becoming something truly special.”
Tui and David’s replacements have yet to be announced.

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