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Daniel Anderson has become the second coach this week to part company with his club, with the former Parramatta Assistant Coach today confirming his departure from the New Zealand Warriors.
It follows a horrible form slump that has seen the Warriors go from premiership contenders to likely wooden spooners in the space of six months.
Anderson resigned from his position this morning, according to media reports coming out of New Zealand.
"We didn't sack Daniel, he resigned," Warriors owner Eric Watson told TV station One News.
"Daniel's done a fantastic job in the time that he's been with us. As we know the Warriors have come from a very difficult position just a few years ago and rebuilt to the standard of the last couple of years.?
Anderson?s departure follows the sacking of Rabbitohs coach Paul Langmack earlier this week.
Warriors Assistant Coach Tony Kemp will lead the side into Sunday?s clash with Canberra at Ericsson Stadium.