Long line of players ahead of Mbye and Reynolds in list of Bulldogs best ever playmakers

BY STAFF WRITERS

Premiership-winning duo Andrew and Matthew Johns do not think Canterbury-Bankstown’s current halves, Moses Mbye and Josh Reynolds, have the ability to drag the struggling Bulldogs off the canvas.

Andrew was scathing of the Bulldogs on the Wide World of Sports on Sunday while brother Matty used Triple M’S Grill Team show on Monday to hammer the current generals of the Bulldogs woeful attack.

“They can’t get there [to the playoffs] and it has nothing to do with Des,” Matt said.

“The fact is they haven’t got enough creativity and they haven’t got enough skill in the team.”

And here’s another twist of the dagger for Reynolds and Mbye.

With The81stMinute’s unlimited resources (cough – we mean the internet), we’ve compiled Canterbury’s top 20 playmakers in history and it’s not good reading for either of them.

Mbye scrapes into the top 20 at number 19 ahead of Ross Kino while Reynolds lands at number 13 just behind former teammate Trent Hodkinson who has since moved onto the Newcastle Knights.

Steve Mortimer and Terry Lamb top the list with fellow league legends Johnathan Thurston and Ricky Stuart at three and four.

See the full list below.

 

 

Top 20 Canterbury playmakers:
1 Steve Mortimer
2 Terry Lamb
3 Johnathan Thurston
4 Ricky Stuart
5 Brett Kimmorley
6 Braith Anasta
7 Brent Sherwin
8 Ewan McGrady
9 Roy McCarter
10 Tom Ezart
11 Ray Gartner
12 Trent Hodkinson

 

 

13 Josh Reynolds
14 Garry Hughes
15 Craig Polla-Mounter
16 Michael Hagan
17 Darryl Trindall
18 Jack Bonnyman
19 Moses Mbye
20 Ross Kino

 

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