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Panthers boss says there's 'something wrong with the system' after Bulldogs snare Burton
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NRL 2020

Panthers boss says there's 'something wrong with the system' after Bulldogs snare Burton

Frustrated Panthers chief executive Brian Fletcher says the NRL should consider helping clubs that develop their own players after losing another junior to a rival club.

  • by Adam Pengilly

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Bulldogs roll out the blue and white carpet for Josh Addo-Carr

Bulldogs roll out the blue and white carpet for Josh Addo-Carr

Fresh from his State of Origin heroics, Storm star Josh Addo-Carr was given a tour of Bulldogs headquarters on Tuesday as part of a pitch to join the ''family club''.

  • by Adrian Proszenko
'We'd love Matt on board': Barrett keen on Penrith ace

'We'd love Matt on board': Barrett keen on Penrith ace

Trent Barrett started work at Canterbury on Monday, and made his intentions known about Penrith playmaker Matt Burton.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
I want Bulldogs to be 'club everyone wants it to be': Hansen

I want Bulldogs to be 'club everyone wants it to be': Hansen

Former World Cup-winning All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says he has no plans to bring the cream of New Zealand's rugby crop to his new gig at Canterbury.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
All Blacks legend joins Bulldogs in stunning coup for NRL club

All Blacks legend joins Bulldogs in stunning coup for NRL club

One of rugby union's most successful coaches will help Trent Barrett's revolution at Belmore – and the club hopes it will open the door to a wealth of New Zealand talent.

  • by Adam Pengilly
Tatt's not all, folks: Addo-Carr to ink latest title ... then Sydney future

Tatt's not all, folks: Addo-Carr to ink latest title ... then Sydney future

Melbourne winger will commemorate his second premiership with a new tattoo, and still has plenty of room to mark a third title with his future Sydney club.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
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The Bulldogs men to replace trio who walked away in face of coup

The Bulldogs men to replace trio who walked away in face of coup

Canterbury have ended months of boardroom unrest after appointing three new directors to replace chair Lynne Anderson and two others.

  • by Adam Pengilly
Canterbury under scrutiny in Liquor and Gaming NSW investigation

Canterbury under scrutiny in Liquor and Gaming NSW investigation

Turmoil at Belmore has drawn the attention of the government watchdog, which has sent investigators to Canterbury League Club and made contact with the Bulldogs.

  • by Chris Barrett
Bulldogs great ready to return to save the club that sacked him

Bulldogs great ready to return to save the club that sacked him

Garry Hughes could be returning to the corridors of power at Belmore 16 years after his controversial sacking in the wake of the club's Coffs Harbour scandal.

  • by Adrian Proszenko
'This club has to unite': Bulldogs name new chair after bloodletting

'This club has to unite': Bulldogs name new chair after bloodletting

John Khoury, a former member of Lynne Anderson's ticket in 2018, says the boardroom drama will have no impact on Trent Barrett's arrival.

  • by Adam Pengilly
Laundy Hotels plans to stick solid with Dogs despite boardroom drama

Laundy Hotels plans to stick solid with Dogs despite boardroom drama

The boss of Laundy Hotels had threatened to walk away if there was a change at the top at Canterbury. Here's why the major sponsor will staying put.

  • by Adrian Proszenko