Discussion in 'Canterbury Bulldogs' started by S J, Jul 11, 2013.
Those three at the front on the left will make a feisty halves combination
Good win to Dogs 26 - 14 over Gold Coast.
Over the salary cap
Offloaded their coach
No wonder they haven't had a good year.
On the bright side Desi is a Premiership winning coach so if any club is needing one????
His resume' for 2017 isn't that good but he did beat the Dragons when they least needed it.
Plenty of Wigan fans hoping he'll come in this direction. Especially after our shambolic performance against Castleford in our 'must win' game at the weekend.
Dean Pay as head coach for 2018.
Lichaa likely to stay put.
Canterbury have sent fullback Brad Abbey to Canberra in a move that sees them fall under the salary cap for 2018.
Lock Clay Priest will become a Bulldog next season as part of the deal.
Moses Mbye preparing for a switch to fullback ?
With a few other moves where are the Morris boys going to play ? They are on big money.
The Bulldogs have promised young Newcastle playmaker Jack Cogger the starting halfback position as part of their pitch to lure him to Belmore next season.
THE BEST 17
1. Moses Mbye
2. Brett Morris
3. Josh Morris
4. Will Hopoate
5. Marcelo Montoya
6. Josh Cleeland
7. Kieran Foran
8. Aaron Woods
9. Michael Lichaa
10. Aiden Tolman
11. Josh Jackson
12. Adam Elliott
13. David Klemmer
14. Fa’amanu Brown
15. Danny Fualalo
16. Raymond Faitala-Mariner
17. Clay Priest
OTHERS: Asipeli Fine, Francis Tualau, Greg Eastwood, Ofahiki Ogden, Renouf, Toomaga, Rhyse Martin, Zac Woolford, Chase Stanley, Kerrod Holland, Matt Frawley, Reimis Smith.
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have confirmed the signing of Jack Cogger, one of the best young prospects in the NRL, on a two-year deal to potentially become Kieran Foran's halves partner.
He never looked all that to me, I have to say, although they did seem to talk him up.
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