The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Des Hasler part ways, effectively immediately.
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The Warriors' on field success this year could count against them.
The club is in the process of re-signing its big name players, although clubs from Australia and England are now starting to take an interest in the Warriors after the great start to the season.
Warriors CEO Mick Watson says the team is working hard to hold off any poaching, although English clubs are a concern, because the anti-tampering laws do not apply.
Watson says he is confident of signing all the players the club needs for next year and beyond.
The Warriors remain fourth on the NRL points table despite their 34-12 win over defending champions Newcastle on Friday night.
The Warriors share 16 points with the Knights who are ahead of them on points differential.