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Salford part company with head coach Iestyn Harris

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Salford have announced the departure of head coach Iestyn Harris.

The former Wales boss has been absent from the Super League club for the last two months, with the Red Devils initially saying he was on sick leave, but now they have confirmed his departure by mutual agreement.

Salford chief executive Martin Vickers said: "We are pleased to have been able to come to an amicable arrangement with Iestyn Harris so both parties can now move forward.

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"We wish Iestyn all the best in his future career within the game and thank him for his efforts."

Assistant coach Ian Watson has now been placed in temporary charge. 

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Salford are currently fifth in the qualifiers. 

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