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A 16-6 loss to Newcastle on Friday night at Suncorp Stadium in the Magic Round opener proved the final straw for Bulldogs officials, who spent the weekend discussing Trent Barrett's future.

Barrett took the decision out of the board's hands, stepping down from the role effective immediately on Monday morning.

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When the pinch comes the common people will turn out to be more intelligent than the clever ones. I certainly hope so.

George Orwell

You either own NFTs or women’s phone numbers but not both

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6 hours ago, THE RED ROOSTER said:

What Phil Gould says in public isn't always what he says in private

I'm not sure who's in the running to take on the coaching job, but don't rule out Brad Fittler


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Aaaaannnnnd MIck Potter has picked up this slippery baton  according to here. https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/news-2022-canterbury-bulldogs-coach-mick-potter-trent-barrett-quits-phil-gould/7994342f-02aa-43e9-9516-0fce5678b617

Best of luck to him going to another basket case front office after his stint at the Tigers

As a Bulls fan I have a lot of time for him and hope he does well this time round!

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Gus Gould took a training session for the Bulldogs while Trent Barrett was the coach.

He had no chance to stay in the role after that.

"The history of the world is the history of the triumph of the heartless over the mindless." — Sir Humphrey Appleby.

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