Winnipeg Free Press - ONLINE EDITION
Bellefeuille back with Bombers
Marcel Bellefeuille will be back with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers as the club's offensive coordinator.
Bellefeuille will give rookie head coach Mike O'Shea a veteran voice on his staff and some continuity.
Bellefeuille was previously head coach of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and has been a lifelong student of the three-down game first as a player and then a coach.
The Ottawa native was both a running back and defensive back with the Ottawa Gee-Gees before moving into coaching and leading his alma mater to a Vanier Cup.
Bellefeuille has held coaching positions with the Tiger-Cats, Montreal Alouettes and Saskatchewan Roughriders during his career. He joined the Bombers in August of last season first as a consultant and then as OC when Gary Crowton was fired.
Please use the form below and let us know.
Having problems with the form?Contact Us Directly
(1 of 10 articles for today)11:56 AM 0
Photo Store Gallery
- Morley, Vega cut from Bombers
- Jets Enstrom, Pardy undergo shoulder surgery
- Blue brass succeed trading experience for exuberance
- Orioles' game in Baltimore vs. White Sox postponed because of safety concerns
- Verne Gagne, legendary wrestler, promoter, dies at age 89
- Playoffs a classroom for Scheifele
- From Russia, with gold
- Scott joins Team Canada for FIFA Women's World Cup
- Morley, Vega still standing as music stops
- Winnipeg Rifles coach leaving to take on full-time coaching job at York University
- Jets captain suffering from hernia, Trouba from a broken bone in hand
- Difference between Ducks and Jets was huge
- What's next in Jetsville?
- What lies behind mystery Calgary ad?
- Jets can't fly with Ducks
- Harper launches post-budget tour in Winnipeg, will attend tonight's Jets game
- Jets coach sticks up for Byfuglien
- Stuart Olson alleges Triple B, province knew about design issues at Investors Group Field
- Turbulence at the track
- A defiant Byfuglien faces the media
- Jets realize playoff dream
- Byfuglien to face hearing for 'violent, deliberate' cross-check
- Yes, Jets fans: you can thank Edmonton for once
- Jets' first Stanley Cup playoff game against Anaheim Thursday
- Some sick goaltending: Pavs almost too good to be true, despite flu
- Shake the roof in white
- Candid Carlyle wants back in
- Jets suffer 5-4 OT loss to Ducks in Game 3
- 4-game suspension for Byfuglien cross-check
- Jets nip Canucks 5-4 in key pre-playoff game
Ads by Google