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Kristian Woolf named new St Helens head coach

Kristian Woolf has been declared as St Helens’ new head coach for next season.
Woolf, who finished the NRL year will take a two-year contract up as Saints’ new head coach on November 1.
He succeeds Gold Coast Titans-bound Justin Holbrook along with St Helens chairman Eamonn McManus considers the club can be taken by Woolf .
“We believe that Kristian is qualified and positioned to build upon the current success of the group and the team,” McManus said.
“He has got the experience and expertise to deliver the best out of our existing squad and also to improve it further.
“We are very confident that the Saints will seriously compete for honours under his tenure and that we’ll continue to play with appealing and exciting soccer league”
The 44-year-old, who has signed up a two-year handle the option for a further year, comes to Super League with a wealth of training experience in both Australia and globally with Tonga.
Woolf enjoyed successful spells using North Queensland Cowboys’ youth groups and Intrust Super Cup side Townsville Blackhawks, along with serving as an assistant at both the Knights and Brisbane Broncos.
Woolf oversaw their increase from 14th to fourth in the world rankings along with their run to the 2017 Rugby League World Cup semi-finals, which contained a shock success against New Zealand.
“I’m excited and privileged to be linking St Helens as head trainer,” Woolf said.
“It is something I have always wished to do and it’s a terrific opportunity for me personally. St Helens is still a heart with an awesome history and I’m convinced we could achieve amazing things together.”

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