GOLD Coast duo George Horlin-Smith and Anthony Miles have both retired. 

Horlin-Smith, 27, played 58 games throughout his 10-year career, including eight seasons with Geelong.

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Miles, 28, played 88 games during his decade in the AFL spanning stints with Greater Western Sydney, Richmond, and eventually the Suns. 

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The pair join Pearce Hanley as Gold Coast players to retire this year.

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Miles said he wouldn’t change a thing in his time in the game.

"I probably haven’t had your typical 10-year career, but I am extremely grateful for the opportunities that my journey has afforded me," Miles said. 

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 "The people I have met throughout the industry have helped to shape the person I am today, and that’s something that won’t be lost on me as I take the next steps in my career."

Horlin-Smith said both Geelong and Gold Coast had a big impact on him after being drafted as a 17-year-old. 

"My time at Geelong afforded me a host of experiences, including my debut game, however I want to also thank the Suns for the opportunity they gave me to continue my career," he said.

Both players came to the club following the 2018 season and Gold Coast's general manager of football Jon Haines said their influence went far beyond what happened on the field.

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"Their selfless and humble nature coupled with elite preparation and competitive instincts were exactly what this club required at the end of 2018 and we are incredibly grateful for the legacy that George and Anthony will leave on the football club," Haines said.