Salford to unveil Harris on Wednesday

Salford have confirmed the appointment of Iestyn Harris as their new head coach.

Harris, 37, will be unveiled at a press conference on Wednesday, with the future of predecessor Brian Noble still unclear.

Noble has been offered a position as director of football, but in various press interviews over the weekend, appeared unsure over his future, revealing he had sought legal advice.

Former Leeds, Warrington and Bradford stand-off Harris was released from the final six months of his contract at Wigan to make the switch to the Salford City Stadium.

He was previously a head coach in Super League with Crusaders in 2011, winning six of 28 games in charge of the doomed Welsh franchise.

Since 2009, Harris has been the head coach of the Wales national team, and led them at the recent World Cup.

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