Richard Agar has been involved with several sides in his career both at the national and international level, and he will now join the New Zealand Warriors as an assistant coach for the next two seasons.
Agar, who has previously had head coaching roles with Hull FC, the Leeds Rhinos, Wakefield Trinity and the Warrington Wolves, brings a depth of international knowledge and experience to the Warriors side.
Agar, who has also coached the French national team and currently assists with the Samoan national side, is an addition that Warriors CEO Cameron George believes will help the club.
“Richard has tremendous experience in top level coaching and will add huge value to our coaching team,” said Vodafone Warriors CEO Cameron George.
“He’ll provide terrific support for our new head coach Andrew Webster in his role alongside his fellow assistant coaches Stacey Jones and Justin Morgan.”