Tag: Canterbury Bulldogs

James Graham could be forced to retire from NRL if negotiations fall through

Inspirational Canterbury skipper James Graham accepts there is a chance he may be moved on by the Bulldogs for the 2018 season as the club tries to unravel their web of roster woes. Graham has been linked to the St George Illawarra Dragons but the big Englishman says he hasn’t met with the Saints or […]

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Warriors ownership negotiations may help Knights land James Graham

The chances of Canterbury captain James Graham heading to the New Zealand Warriors are slim at best as ownership negotiations stall between current boss Eric Watson and potential suitor Paul Davys. The NZ Herald is reporting that Davys made an offer this week to purchase the franchise for $15 million but Watson is after $20 […]

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Why should other clubs be penalised because rivals overshot $9.2 million salary cap target?

BY CURTIS WOODWARD @woodward_curtis Clubs lobbying for a higher salary cap in 2018 only have themselves to blame as they prepare to meet with NRL officials on Thursday at League Central. Tensions are at boiling point but how much should you believe from the powerbrokers in club land? Canterbury Bulldogs Chairman Ray Dib invited a […]

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Gould calls for “amateurish” Bulldogs to blood new talent after another shocking performance

Premiership-winning Canterbury Coach Phil Gould has labelled the Bulldogs “amateurish” after another diabolical performance on Thursday against South Sydney. Writing for the World World of Sports, Gould believes it’s time the Bulldogs some rookies. “South Sydney players were accessed easy passage to the try line courtesy of some amateurish defensive efforts from individual Bulldog players,” […]

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