Following successful coaching stints at South Barwon in the Geelong Football League and Geelong's VFL side, Dale Amos is an Assistant Coach at the Carlton Football Club.
Amos started his playing career at St Arnaud and a season for St. Kilda’s VFL side before moving to South Barwon in the GFL where he played 216 games. Amos’ time at South Barwon showed his passion, knowledge and skill for the game and as Captain-Coach Amos led South Barown to a hat-trick of premierships and won two best and fairest. Held in high regard in Geelong, Amos moved to Geelong’s VFL program, and after two years, Amos moved into an assistant coaching role with the AFL program. Amos is now an Assistant Coach with Carlton.
Amos’s time at South Barwon showed his passion, knowledge and skill for the game and was regarded as an attacking half back with speed and courage. As a player or captain-coach Amos led South Barown to a hat-trick of premierships and won two best and fairest. After his time at South Barwon his time at Geelong put him in high regard and was credited with playing an important role in Geelong’s 2009 and 2011 AFL premiership wins.