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Adrian Lam: Wigan Warriors head coach to leave at end of 2021 Super League season |  Rugby League News


The former Wigan Lam player took over as head coach in 2019 and guided the Cherry and Whites to League Leaders’ Shield success last year; “I think this is the right time to pursue other opportunities and I will be leaving at the end of this current 2021 season,” he said.

Last update: 08/31/21 4:00 p.m.

Adrian Lam to leave Wigan at end of 2021 Super League season

Adrian Lam will leave Wigan Warriors at the end of the 2021 Super League season, the club have confirmed.

The former Wigan scrum-half took charge of his former team two years ago, initially as interim head coach, with that post later becoming permanent after Shaun Edwards opted out of joining the Warriors. .

Last year he saw him guide the Cherry and Whites to League Leaders’ Shield success and the Super League Grand Final, where they were beaten by St Helens, and named Competition Coach of the Year. .

However, in a statement released by the club on Tuesday afternoon, Lam said he wanted to move on when his contract expires at the end of the current campaign.

“I think it’s a good time to pursue other opportunities and I will be leaving at the end of this current 2021 season,” Lam said.

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