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Perth Now
New top Dog hints at final Lichaa callformer Bulldogs premiership-winner Andrew Farrar has been announced as the new
Perth Now / Posted 4 days ago
former Bulldogs premiership-winner Andrew Farrar has been announced as the new football manager and club legend Steve Mortimer has returned to the board. Their salary cap position and roster is also clearer, after the club released... Read more
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The Courier Mail
New top Dog hints at final Lichaa callformer Bulldogs premiership-winner Andrew Farrar has been announced as the new
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
former Bulldogs premiership-winner Andrew Farrar has been announced as the new football manager and club legend Steve Mortimer has returned to the board. Their salary cap position and roster is also clearer, after the club released... Read more
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News.com.au
New top Dog hints at final Lichaa callformer Bulldogs premiership-winner Andrew Farrar has been announced as the new
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
former Bulldogs premiership-winner Andrew Farrar has been announced as the new football manager and club legend Steve Mortimer has returned to the board. Their salary cap position and roster is also clearer, after the club released... Read more
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10d
Canberra Times
Steve Mortimer backs Ray Dib at Canterbury Bulldogs electionsSteve Mortimer will lend his heavyweight support to Canterbury chairman Ray Dib
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
Steve Mortimer will lend his heavyweight support to Canterbury chairman Ray Dib at the upcoming elections after satisfying himself the Bulldogs are on track to regain the culture that made them the "family club". The blue and whites have gone back... Read more
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10d
The North West Star
Mortimer backs Dib at Bulldogs electionsSteve Mortimer will lend his heavyweight support to Canterbury chairman Ray Dib
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
Steve Mortimer will lend his heavyweight support to Canterbury chairman Ray Dib at the upcoming elections after satisfying himself the Bulldogs are on track to regain the culture that made them the 'family club'. Steve Mortimer will lend his... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Steve Mortimer backs Ray Dib at Canterbury Bulldogs electionsSteve Mortimer will lend his heavyweight support to Canterbury chairman Ray Dib
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Steve Mortimer will lend his heavyweight support to Canterbury chairman Ray Dib at the upcoming elections after satisfying himself the Bulldogs are on track to regain the culture that made them the "family club". The blue and whites have gone back... Read more
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10d
The Age
Steve Mortimer backs Ray Dib at Canterbury Bulldogs electionsSteve Mortimer will lend his heavyweight support to Canterbury chairman Ray Dib
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
Steve Mortimer will lend his heavyweight support to Canterbury chairman Ray Dib at the upcoming elections after satisfying himself the Bulldogs are on track to regain the culture that made them the "family club". The blue and whites have gone back... Read more
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14d
Canberra Times
Andrew Fifita sacrificed pay day and risked credibility to ‘honour heritage on world stage’It was many hours after this shot that Cameron Smith finally parted with his pl
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
It was many hours after this shot that Cameron Smith finally parted with his playing kit. Photo: NRL ImageryBack on board Steve Mortimer had no hesitation when Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib asked him to return to the football club board. You'll... Read more
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14d
The Age
Andrew Fifita sacrificed pay day and risked credibility to ‘honour heritage on world stage’It was many hours after this shot that Cameron Smith finally parted with his pl
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
It was many hours after this shot that Cameron Smith finally parted with his playing kit. Photo: NRL ImageryBack on board Steve Mortimer had no hesitation when Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib asked him to return to the football club board. You'll... Read more
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14d
Sydney Morning Herald
Andrew Fifita sacrificed pay day and risked credibility to ‘honour heritage on world stage’It was many hours after this shot that Cameron Smith finally parted with his pl
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
It was many hours after this shot that Cameron Smith finally parted with his playing kit. Photo: NRL ImageryBack on board Steve Mortimer had no hesitation when Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib asked him to return to the football club board. You'll... Read more
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19d
News.com.au
Sorry, but Storm aren’t the greatestGillespie, Steve Folkes, Peter Tunks, Paul Dunn, Andrew Farrar, Terry Lamb, Pau
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
Gillespie, Steve Folkes, Peter Tunks, Paul Dunn, Andrew Farrar, Terry Lamb, Paul Langmack, Tony Currie and, off the bench, Steve Mortimer. The 1998 Broncos side was packed with Test talent. Photo: Mark EvansSource:News Limited This Melbourne team... Read more
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20d
Daily Liberal
Pay wants a return to the ‘Dogs Of War’ daysin 2004, with Pay becoming their fifth NRL coach since then. His predecessor H
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 days ago
in 2004, with Pay becoming their fifth NRL coach since then. His predecessor Hasler was criticised by club greats such as Steve Mortimer and Terry Lamb as not understanding the DNA of the "the family club". Pay also revealed star recruits Kieran... Read more
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21d
Geelong Advertiser
Grand final tips: our expert selectionsThe Cowboys are bruised and could take a beating.media_cameraWill Billy Slater
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 21 days ago
The Cowboys are bruised and could take a beating.media_cameraWill Billy Slater and the Storm be celebrating on Sunday night?STEVE MORTIMER First try-scorer: Suliasi Vunivalu The Storm’s defence is the best in the game and defence is your platform... Read more
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21d
Daily Telegraph
Grand final tips: our expert selectionsThe Cowboys are bruised and could take a beating.media_cameraWill Billy Slater
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
The Cowboys are bruised and could take a beating.media_cameraWill Billy Slater and the Storm be celebrating on Sunday night?STEVE MORTIMER First try-scorer: Suliasi Vunivalu The Storm’s defence is the best in the game and defence is your platform... Read more
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21d
The Courier Mail
Grand final tips: our expert selectionsThe Cowboys are bruised and could take a beating.media_cameraWill Billy Slater
The Courier Mail / Posted 21 days ago
The Cowboys are bruised and could take a beating.media_cameraWill Billy Slater and the Storm be celebrating on Sunday night?STEVE MORTIMER First try-scorer: Suliasi Vunivalu The Storm’s defence is the best in the game and defence is your platform... Read more
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21d
News.com.au
Grand final tips: our expert selectionsare bruised and could take a beating. Will Billy Slater and the Storm be celeb
News.com.au / Posted 21 days ago
are bruised and could take a beating. Will Billy Slater and the Storm be celebrating on Sunday night?Source:Getty Images STEVE MORTIMER First try-scorer: Suliasi Vunivalu CC Medal: Cooper Cronk The Storm’s defence is the best in the game and... Read more
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22d
Canberra Times
Canterbury Bulldogs to become the 'family club' again: Dean Payhoping to have Jimmy here." Much has been made of the culture that makes Cante
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
hoping to have Jimmy here." Much has been made of the culture that makes Canterbury unique. Legendary former halfback Steve Mortimer felt Hasler never understood the "DNA" at Belmore and that it was a job for a former player. Pay fits the... Read more
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22d
The Age
Canterbury Bulldogs to become the 'family club' again: Dean Payhoping to have Jimmy here." Much has been made of the culture that makes Cante
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
hoping to have Jimmy here." Much has been made of the culture that makes Canterbury unique. Legendary former halfback Steve Mortimer felt Hasler never understood the "DNA" at Belmore and that it was a job for a former player. Pay fits the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canterbury Bulldogs to become the 'family club' again: Dean Payhoping to have Jimmy here." Much has been made of the culture that makes Cante
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 days ago
hoping to have Jimmy here." Much has been made of the culture that makes Canterbury unique. Legendary former halfback Steve Mortimer felt Hasler never understood the "DNA" at Belmore and that it was a job for a former player. Pay fits the... Read more
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23d
Illawarra Mercury
Canterbury Bulldogs to announce Dean Pay as new NRL coachhas been a feeling Hasler, despite taking the Bulldogs to two grand finals, was
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 23 days ago
has been a feeling Hasler, despite taking the Bulldogs to two grand finals, wasn't the right fit at Belmore after Steve Mortimer questioned whether he understood the 'DNA' of the blue and whites. The former Manly mentor was one of the few... Read more
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24d
Canberra Times
Canterbury Bulldogs appoint Dean Pay as coachhas been a feeling Hasler, despite taking the Bulldogs to two grand finals, was
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
has been a feeling Hasler, despite taking the Bulldogs to two grand finals, wasn't the right fit at Belmore after Steve Mortimer questioned whether he understood the 'DNA' of the blue and whites. The former Manly mentor was one of the few... Read more
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26d
Canberra Times
Why Cooper Cronk as captain-coach could be perfect fit for Canterbury Bulldogsfor Cronk at Belmore, offering to swap two players for him a couple of seasons
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
for Cronk at Belmore, offering to swap two players for him a couple of seasons ago. But former Canterbury players, such as Steve Mortimer and Terry Lamb, demand the appointment of a head coach with the Bulldogs DNA. Do the Bulldogs really know... Read more
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26d
Sydney Morning Herald
Why Cooper Cronk as captain-coach could be perfect fit for Canterbury Bulldogsfor Cronk at Belmore, offering to swap two players for him a couple of seasons
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 days ago
for Cronk at Belmore, offering to swap two players for him a couple of seasons ago. But former Canterbury players, such as Steve Mortimer and Terry Lamb, demand the appointment of a head coach with the Bulldogs DNA. Do the Bulldogs really know... Read more
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26d
The Age
Why Cooper Cronk as captain-coach could be perfect fit for Canterbury Bulldogsfor Cronk at Belmore, offering to swap two players for him a couple of seasons
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
for Cronk at Belmore, offering to swap two players for him a couple of seasons ago. But former Canterbury players, such as Steve Mortimer and Terry Lamb, demand the appointment of a head coach with the Bulldogs DNA. Do the Bulldogs really know... Read more
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The North West Star
Dog days are over: Hasler's highs and lows at Canterbury.of the greats: Terry Lamb took him to task last year, saying he did not underst
The North West Star / Posted 26 days ago
of the greats: Terry Lamb took him to task last year, saying he did not understand the club's culture and club director Steve Mortimer later in 2016 claimed the Bulldogs were "losing our DNA" under Hasler. Salary cap mess: Back-ended contracts... Read more

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