Former NRL coach Daniel Anderson has been rushed to hospital after a freak browsing accident on the NSW Central Coast.
The Sydney Morning Herald stories the ex-Parramatta and New Zealand Warriors coach was physique browsing at Troopers Seaside neat Norah Head whereas on a household vacation when catastrophe struck.
It’s believed the 55-year-old was dumped on his neck by a giant wave as relations rushed to his support.
There’s additionally stories the now Sydney Roosters recruitment boss suffered a cardiac arrest because of the traumatic accident.
Anderson was rushed to Royal North Shore Hospital and is now in a steady situation.
The SMH stories Anderson is on a ventilator and being saved beneath supervision.
Anderson has been working on the Sydney Roosters since 2019 after an extended stint within the recreation each in Australia and overseas.
The Roosters confirmed to The Each day Telegraph that Anderson was concerned in an accident on Friday.
“He obtained fast medical consideration and was transported to hospital the place he stays beneath the care of medical doctors,” a Roosters spokesperson mentioned.
“There isn’t a additional medical replace accessible presently.”
The previous Parramatta junior labored beneath Brian Smith again within the Nineties earlier than touchdown the job as Warriors head coach in 2001.
He took the membership to their first finals collection that season and their first grand remaining the next 12 months – the place they had been crushed by the Roosters.
Anderson headed to St Helens after his resignation in New Zealand, remaining on the helm of the Saints for greater than 70 video games earlier than returning dwelling to Australia.
He then led Parramatta for 3 seasons, together with to the 2009 grand remaining – the place they had been crushed by the Melbourne Storm, earlier than the membership’s wage cap controversy whereas he labored in an off-field function.
Remarkably, the Storm had been stripped of that 2009 premiership for his or her membership’s systematic rorting of the wage cap.
Anderson was later authorized by the NRL to return to the sport with the Sydney Roosters in 2019, with some restrictions, after two years away from the game.
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