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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from Sydney Olympic Park, a suburb of the greater Sydney region. They compete in the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership. The club was admitted to the New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership, predecessor of the current NRL competition, in 1935.

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Steve Price, Chris Anderson, Paul Dunn headline Canterbury Bulldogs board challenge - The Sydney Morning Herald

A ticket comprising some of Canterbury's biggest names will take on chairman Ray Dib and the incumbent Bulldogs directors at February's board elections.

Bulldogs legends and premiership-winning internationals Chris Anderson, Steve Price and Paul Dunn are among those submitting a challenge to the establishment before Thursday's cut-off for nominations.

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Steve Price, Chris Anderson, Paul Dunn headline Canterbury Bulldogs board challenge - The Sydney Morning Herald

A ticket comprising some of Canterbury's biggest names will take on chairman Ray Dib and the incumbent Bulldogs directors at February's board elections.

Bulldogs legends and premiership-winning internationals Chris Anderson, Steve Price and Paul Dunn are among those submitting a challenge to the establishment before Thursday's cut-off for nominations.

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Canterbury Bulldogs forward Greg Eastwood to be treated for irregular heartbeat - The Sydney Morning Herald

Canterbury forward Greg Eastwood has taken time away from training to be treated for an irregular heartbeat.

Eastwood has seen specialists about the setback and is scheduled to undergo a procedure this week to rectify the issue. The former Kiwi international is hoping to return to training before Christmas.

Setback: Greg Eastwood is to be treated for an irregular heartbeat. Setback: Greg Eastwood is to be treated for an irregular heartbeat. Photo: Dan Himbrechts

The 30-year-old has no history of heart problems, but experienced symptoms including dizziness and faintness on his return to pre-season training. The setback comes just months after he was sidelined with a meniscus tear in his knee.

Eastwood has been a constant in what will be a new-look Canterbury pack next season. James Graham and Sam Kasiano have left for St George Illawarra and Melbourne respectively, making room for the arrival of Aaron Woods.

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Former Canterbury Bulldogs captain Steve Price wants to make the ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

When Steve Price was last at the Bulldogs, other sporting franchises used to drop into Belmore in the hope of finding out what made the "family club" great.

The Canterbury Crusaders and West Coast Eagles were among the teams to do so before they went on winning runs of their own.

Glory days: Bulldogs great Steve Price (left) wants to put the Bulldogs back on top. Glory days: Bulldogs great Steve Price (left) wants to put the Bulldogs back on top. Photo: Craig Golding

"All we want is the Bulldogs to be the leader again," Price told Fairfax Media.

"It all comes back to what my mum always said: Instead of sitting in the corner and saying, 'geez, it's disappointing', get in there and do something about it."

Giving his all: Steve Price played 222 games for the Bulldogs. Giving his all: Steve Price played 222 games for the Bulldogs. Photo: Craig Golding

Which is why Price is attempting to return to the blue and whites. The former Canterbury captain is one of the biggest names on a ticket running for the Bulldogs board at February's...


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Andrew Fifita set to sue Canterbury Bulldogs for $3.2 million over contract offer - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Bulldogs have another legal drama heading their way after behind-the-scenes attempts failed to settle Andrew Fifita's claim against the club.

In a case that bears remarkable similarities to Des Hasler's battle with the Dogs, Fifita will claim that a document that was drawn up and signed by Bulldogs officials was a binding agreement.

Game on: Andrew Fifita may face the Bulldogs in court. Game on: Andrew Fifita may face the Bulldogs in court. Photo: AAP

Fifita's advisor, Greg Willett, will claim the Bulldogs asked for that document to be destroyed.

The document outlines a deal worth $3.2 million over four seasons. And there were further promises made.

Fifita's lawyer, Ian Denham, of Moray and Agnew, said: "We're disappointed with the way the Bulldogs have responded to our efforts to resolve Andrew's claim. So it looks like we'll have to go to the next level and start court proceedings. I don't know much about Mr Hasler's case, and...


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Steve Price's rebel ticket dismayed by Canterbury Bulldogs board decisions - Fox Sports

STEVE Price has warned members of the Bulldogs football club not to be fooled by the recent window-dressing being undertaken by the club’s board by highlighting the puzzling recent decisions that have ripped at the very heart of a proud organisation.

CEO Raelene Castle, coach Des Hasler and captain James Graham have all left Belmore in differing circumstances with Price pointing to the season-long conjecture surrounding Hasler’s future and the treatment of spiritual leader Graham as proof the club has lost its way.

In recent times the club has appointed former Bulldogs legend Dean Pay as the new head coach and brought a raft of former greats back into the fold but Price argues that more is needed, his prospective Bulldogs board boasting deep connections to the club stretching back almost 40 years.

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Andrew Fifita set to sue Canterbury Bulldogs for $3.2 million over contract offer - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Bulldogs have another legal drama heading their way after behind-the-scenes attempts failed to settle Andrew Fifita's claim against the club.

In a case that bears remarkable similarities to Des Hasler's battle with the Dogs, Fifita will claim that a document that was drawn up and signed by Bulldogs officials was a binding agreement.

Game on: Andrew Fifita may face the Bulldogs in court. Game on: Andrew Fifita may face the Bulldogs in court. Photo: AAP

Fifita's advisor, Greg Willett, will claim the Bulldogs asked for that document to be destroyed.

The document outlines a deal worth $3.2 million over four seasons. And there were further promises made.

Fifita's lawyer, Ian Denham, of Moray and Agnew, said: "We're disappointed with the way the Bulldogs have responded to our efforts to resolve Andrew's claim. So it looks like we'll have to go to the next level and start court proceedings. I don't know much about Mr Hasler's case, and...


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Steve Price's rebel ticket dismayed by Canterbury Bulldogs board decisions - Fox Sports

STEVE Price has warned members of the Bulldogs football club not to be fooled by the recent window-dressing being undertaken by the club’s board by highlighting the puzzling recent decisions that have ripped at the very heart of a proud organisation.

CEO Raelene Castle, coach Des Hasler and captain James Graham have all left Belmore in differing circumstances with Price pointing to the season-long conjecture surrounding Hasler’s future and the treatment of spiritual leader Graham as proof the club has lost its way.

In recent times the club has appointed former Bulldogs legend Dean Pay as the new head coach and brought a raft of former greats back into the fold but Price argues that more is needed, his prospective Bulldogs board boasting deep connections to the club stretching back almost 40 years.

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Des Hasler suing Canterbury Bulldogs - NEWS.com.au

Des Hasler suing Canterbury Bulldogs

November 21, 2017 9:43am

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FORMER Canterbury coach Des Hasler is reportedly suing the club for breach of contract after he was sacked this year.

The 56-year-old lost his job after the Bulldogs finished a disappointing 11th in 2017. Earlier in the year he signed a two-year contract extension to remain at Belmore until the end of the 2019 season, but Hasler was shown the door in September.

Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib said the two-year deal was only a “heads of agreement” and was “non-binding” when explaining how it was possible to get rid of Hasler, denying there was anything untoward about the situation.

But Channel Nine reporter Danny Weidler said Hasler’s lawyers have filed papers in the Supreme Court to begin legal action against his former...


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Des Hasler suing Canterbury Bulldogs - NEWS.com.au

Des Hasler suing Canterbury Bulldogs

November 21, 2017 9:43am

Des Hasler

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FORMER Canterbury coach Des Hasler is reportedly suing the club for breach of contract after he was sacked this year.

The 56-year-old lost his job after the Bulldogs finished a disappointing 11th in 2017. Earlier in the year he signed a two-year contract extension to remain at Belmore until the end of the 2019 season, but Hasler was shown the door in September.

Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib said the two-year deal was only a “heads of agreement” and was “non-binding” when explaining how it was possible to get rid of Hasler, denying there was anything untoward about the situation.

But Channel Nine reporter Danny Weidler said Hasler’s lawyers have filed papers in the Supreme Court to begin legal action against his former...


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Des Hasler suing Canterbury Bulldogs - NEWS.com.au

Des Hasler suing Canterbury Bulldogs

November 21, 2017 9:43am

Des Hasler

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FORMER Canterbury coach Des Hasler is reportedly suing the club for breach of contract after he was sacked this year.

The 56-year-old lost his job after the Bulldogs finished a disappointing 11th in 2017. Earlier in the year he signed a two-year contract extension to remain at Belmore until the end of the 2019 season, but Hasler was shown the door in September.

Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib said the two-year deal was only a “heads of agreement” and was “non-binding” when explaining how it was possible to get rid of Hasler, denying there was anything untoward about the situation.

But Channel Nine reporter Danny Weidler said Hasler’s lawyers have filed papers in the Supreme Court to begin legal action against his former...


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Steve Price, Chris Anderson, Paul Dunn headline Canterbury Bulldogs board challenge - The Sydney Morning Herald

A ticket comprising some of Canterbury's biggest names will take on chairman Ray Dib and the incumbent Bulldogs directors at February's board elections.

Bulldogs legends and premiership-winning internationals Chris Anderson, Steve Price and Paul Dunn are among those submitting a challenge to the establishment before Thursday's cut-off for nominations.

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Steve Price, Chris Anderson, Paul Dunn headline Canterbury Bulldogs board challenge - The Sydney Morning Herald

A ticket comprising some of Canterbury's biggest names will take on chairman Ray Dib and the incumbent Bulldogs directors at February's board elections.

Bulldogs legends and premiership-winning internationals Chris Anderson, Steve Price and Paul Dunn are among those submitting a challenge to the establishment before Thursday's cut-off for nominations.

Why Peter FitzSimons is against rebuilding Sydney's stadiums

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Steve Price, Chris Anderson, Paul Dunn headline Canterbury Bulldogs board challenge - The Sydney Morning Herald

A ticket comprising some of Canterbury's biggest names will take on chairman Ray Dib and the incumbent Bulldogs directors at February's board elections.

Bulldogs legends and premiership-winning internationals Chris Anderson, Steve Price and Paul Dunn are among those submitting a challenge to the establishment before Thursday's cut-off for nominations.

Why Peter FitzSimons is against rebuilding Sydney's stadiums

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Why Peter FitzSimons is...


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Read more: Steve Price, Chris Anderson, Paul Dunn headline Canterbury Bulldogs board challenge - The Sydney...
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Canterbury Bulldogs forward Greg Eastwood to be treated for irregular heartbeat - The Sydney Morning Herald

Canterbury forward Greg Eastwood has taken time away from training to be treated for an irregular heartbeat.

Eastwood has seen specialists about the setback and is scheduled to undergo a procedure this week to rectify the issue. The former Kiwi international is hoping to return to training before Christmas.

Setback: Greg Eastwood is to be treated for an irregular heartbeat. Setback: Greg Eastwood is to be treated for an irregular heartbeat. Photo: Dan Himbrechts

The 30-year-old has no history of heart problems, but experienced symptoms including dizziness and faintness on his return to pre-season training. The setback comes just months after he was sidelined with a meniscus tear in his knee.

Eastwood has been a constant in what will be a new-look Canterbury pack next season. James Graham and Sam Kasiano have left for St George Illawarra and Melbourne respectively, making room for the arrival of Aaron Woods.

The former Bronco, who celebrated his...


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Canterbury Bulldogs forward Greg Eastwood to be treated for irregular heartbeat - The Sydney Morning Herald

Canterbury forward Greg Eastwood has taken time away from training to be treated for an irregular heartbeat.

Eastwood has seen specialists about the setback and is scheduled to undergo a procedure this week to rectify the issue. The former Kiwi international is hoping to return to training before Christmas.

Setback: Greg Eastwood is to be treated for an irregular heartbeat. Setback: Greg Eastwood is to be treated for an irregular heartbeat. Photo: Dan Himbrechts

The 30-year-old has no history of heart problems, but experienced symptoms including dizziness and faintness on his return to pre-season training. The setback comes just months after he was sidelined with a meniscus tear in his knee.

Eastwood has been a constant in what will be a new-look Canterbury pack next season. James Graham and Sam Kasiano have left for St George Illawarra and Melbourne respectively, making room for the arrival of Aaron Woods.

The former Bronco, who celebrated his...


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Canterbury Bulldogs forward Greg Eastwood to be treated for irregular heartbeat - The Sydney Morning Herald

Canterbury forward Greg Eastwood has taken time away from training to be treated for an irregular heartbeat.

Eastwood has seen specialists about the setback and is scheduled to undergo a procedure this week to rectify the issue. The former Kiwi international is hoping to return to training before Christmas.

Setback: Greg Eastwood is to be treated for an irregular heartbeat. Setback: Greg Eastwood is to be treated for an irregular heartbeat. Photo: Dan Himbrechts

The 30-year-old has no history of heart problems, but experienced symptoms including dizziness and faintness on his return to pre-season training. The setback comes just months after he was sidelined with a meniscus tear in his knee.

Eastwood has been a constant in what will be a new-look Canterbury pack next season. James Graham and Sam Kasiano have left for St George Illawarra and Melbourne respectively, making room for the arrival of Aaron Woods.

The former Bronco, who celebrated his...


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Read more: Canterbury Bulldogs forward Greg Eastwood to be treated for irregular heartbeat - The Sydney...
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Former Canterbury Bulldogs captain Steve Price wants to make the club great again - The Sydney Morning Herald

When Steve Price was last at the Bulldogs, other sporting franchises used to drop into Belmore in the hope of finding out what made the "family club" great.

The Canterbury Crusaders and West Coast Eagles were among the teams to do so before they went on winning runs of their own.

Glory days: Bulldogs great Steve Price (left) wants to put the Bulldogs back on top. Glory days: Bulldogs great Steve Price (left) wants to put the Bulldogs back on top. Photo: Craig Golding

"All we want is the Bulldogs to be the leader again," Price told Fairfax Media.

"It all comes back to what my mum always said: Instead of sitting in the corner and saying, 'geez, it's disappointing', get in there and do something about it."

Giving his all: Steve Price played 222 games for the Bulldogs. Giving his all: Steve Price played 222 games for the Bulldogs. Photo: Craig Golding

Which is why Price is attempting to return to the blue and whites. The former Canterbury captain is one of the biggest names on a ticket running for the Bulldogs board at February's...


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Read more: Former Canterbury Bulldogs captain Steve Price wants to make the club great again - The Sydney...
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Former Canterbury Bulldogs captain Steve Price wants to make the club great again - The Sydney Morning Herald

When Steve Price was last at the Bulldogs, other sporting franchises used to drop into Belmore in the hope of finding out what made the "family club" great.

The Canterbury Crusaders and West Coast Eagles were among the teams to do so before they went on winning runs of their own.

Glory days: Bulldogs great Steve Price (left) wants to put the Bulldogs back on top. Glory days: Bulldogs great Steve Price (left) wants to put the Bulldogs back on top. Photo: Craig Golding

"All we want is the Bulldogs to be the leader again," Price told Fairfax Media.

"It all comes back to what my mum always said: Instead of sitting in the corner and saying, 'geez, it's disappointing', get in there and do something about it."

Giving his all: Steve Price played 222 games for the Bulldogs. Giving his all: Steve Price played 222 games for the Bulldogs. Photo: Craig Golding

Which is why Price is attempting to return to the blue and whites. The former Canterbury captain is one of the biggest names on a ticket running for the Bulldogs board at February's...


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Read more: Former Canterbury Bulldogs captain Steve Price wants to make the club great again - The Sydney...
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Former Canterbury Bulldogs captain Steve Price wants to make the club great again - The Sydney Morning Herald

When Steve Price was last at the Bulldogs, other sporting franchises used to drop into Belmore in the hope of finding out what made the "family club" great.

The Canterbury Crusaders and West Coast Eagles were among the teams to do so before they went on winning runs of their own.

Glory days: Bulldogs great Steve Price (left) wants to put the Bulldogs back on top. Glory days: Bulldogs great Steve Price (left) wants to put the Bulldogs back on top. Photo: Craig Golding

"All we want is the Bulldogs to be the leader again," Price told Fairfax Media.

"It all comes back to what my mum always said: Instead of sitting in the corner and saying, 'geez, it's disappointing', get in there and do something about it."

Giving his all: Steve Price played 222 games for the Bulldogs. Giving his all: Steve Price played 222 games for the Bulldogs. Photo: Craig Golding

Which is why Price is attempting to return to the blue and whites. The former Canterbury captain is one of the biggest names on a ticket running for the Bulldogs board at February's...


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