Kangaroos take ‘united’ stance after staff layoffs

North Melbourne is forming a “united” front, despite confirmation that the list manager resigned this week because he felt unsupported.

Glenn Luff resigned on Tuesday, while longtime national recruiting manager Mark Finnigan and recruiting officer Ben Birthisel have also left the club, which is languishing in penultimate place on the ladder with one win from 10 games.

The exodus of the three recruiters comes on the eve of the mid-season draft.

Kangaroos chief executive Ben Amarfio said Luff had cited a lack of support as the reason for his decision to leave the club.

“I think there are a number of reasons why Glenn left and that’s one of many reasons,” Amarfio told an Arden Street media conference on Thursday.

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