Coach Daniel Anderson suffered a cardiac arrest.

Australian media are reporting that former New Zealand Warriors coach Daniel Anderson has been rushed to hospital. Check out full news.

Coach Daniel Anderson suffered a cardiac arrest.

Anderson coached 144 games in the NRL with the New Zealand Warriors and Parramatta, with a three-year spell in the English Super League with St Helens sandwiched in between.

Coach Daniel Anderson suffered a cardiac arrest.

He first took charge of the Warriors in 2001, taking the club to its maiden finals appearance in the same season.

After returning to the NRL in 2009, Anderson led Parramatta to their first Grand Final in eight years.

Former Warriors and Parramatta Eels coach Daniel Anderson is in critical condition after a freak surfing incident on the New South Wales central coast.

The Sydney Morning Herald reports the ex-Parramatta and New Zealand Warriors coach was body surfing at Soldiers Beach neat Norah Head while on a family holiday when disaster struck.

Also it’s believed the 55-year-old was dumped on his neck by a big wave as family members rushed to his aid.

There’s also reports the now Sydney Roosters recruitment boss suffered a cardiac arrest as a result of the traumatic accident.

Anderson was rushed to Royal North Shore Hospital and is now in a stable condition.

The SMH reports Anderson is on a ventilator and being kept under supervision.

Coach Daniel Anderson suffered a cardiac arrest.

Anderson has been working at the Sydney Roosters since 2019 after a long stint in the game both in Australia and abroad.

“He received immediate medical attention and was transported to hospital where he remains under the care of doctors,” a Roosters spokesperson said.

“There is no further medical update available at this time.”

Also his family rushed to aid him, and he was transported to Royal North Shore Hospital, where he is in a stable condition. He is on a ventilator and is under supervision.

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